UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH WALES

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH WALES

The University of South Wales is among the largest of universities in the UK, with 23,000 students attending over 500 courses. It has three campuses based in South Wales, making it a great location to study your degree with coastline, mountains and city life on your doorstep.

USW holds an excellent reputation for teaching quality, this is backed up with all undergraduate students being assigned a personal academic coach to guide them. All the degrees at the University of South Wales are 100% focused on what an employer is looking for in an employee, this is shown in results by 95% of graduates being in work or further education within six months of finishing their studies.

USW has a large community of diverse students, with 3,000 international students from over 124 countries, making it a great choice for international students. The University of South Wales has three faculties across their campuses, that each hold courses around a large choice of subject areas for undergraduate and postgraduate students over two intakes throughout the academic year (January & September).

The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science comprises of eight subject areas:

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineering 
  • Biological and Forensic Sciences
  • Built Environment and Civil Engineering
  • Chemical and Environmental Sciences
  • Computing and Mathematical Sciences
  • Cyber Security
  • Informatics and Electronics

The Faculty of Business and Creative Industries comprises of 12 subject areas:

  • Accounting and Finance 
  • Business Management 
  • Culture and Animation 
  • Fashion, Photography and Marketing
  • Film and TV 
  • Games and Design 
  • Global Business 
  • Law 
  • Leadership and Public Services 
  • Music and Drama 
  • Operations Management 
  • Professional Development 

The Faculty of Life Sciences and Education comprises of 14 subject areas: 

  • Allied Health and Chiropractic
  • Community and Professional Practice Nursing
  • Health and Social Care
  • ITE and Educational Practice
  • Nursing (Adult)
  • Nursing (Learning Disability, Mental Health, Child)
  • Operational Policing
  • Policing and Criminology
  • Post Compulsory Education
  • Professional Learning in Education
  • Psychology 
  • Sport
  • Therapeutic Studies
  • Youth, Community and Social Work
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