About the University
The University of South Wales was founded following the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales. It can trace its roots back to 1841 and is now one of the largest universities in Britain, with over 25.000 students from 120 countries enrolled, 95% of the graduates of the University of South Wales are in employment or further study within six months of graduation.
Courses across the USW have been set up with advice and guidance from professional bodies and leading companies, to leave graduates from the institution in the best position to get a job once they have completed their qualifications. USW graduates went to work for companies such as Sony, the BBC, the SLIM and British Airways.
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- Cardiff Campus
- Newport Campus
- Pontypridd Campus
- Dubai Satellite Campus
With a huge variety of clubs, societies and sports to be a part of, the University of South Wales encourages students to get involved in the community as much as possible. The Student Union manages over 50 clubs itself and an advice and support service independently aids students in times of need. All the university campuses are close to town centres and therefore benefit from excellent nightlife and social opportunities.
Maciej Dakowicz (photographer), Emma Darwin (author), Christine Whittler (writer/presenter), Christopher Chung Shu-kun (politician), Teddy Soeriaatmadja (film director)