University of South Wales
University of South Wales,Pontypridd,Wales, UK,CF37 1DL
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.
The University of South Wales has campuses in South Wales, Cardiff, Newport and Pontypridd, UK and Dubai, UAE. South Wales has a dynamic life in the city, arts, great restaurants, music festivals, award-winning beaches, outdoor recreation, heritage and beautiful countryside.
It’s a secure, accessible, and engaging study venue. At USW students enjoy the warm atmosphere. All the campuses are within easy reach by road , rail and air.
- Roger Cecil, painter, mixed media artist
- Carole Bromley, poet
- Asif Kapadia, film maker
- Harry Greene, television personality
- Felinfoel Brewery in South Wales, the oldest in Wales, was the first to sell beer in cans outside the United States in 1931.
- Wales has more castles per square kilometer than any other European country, with Caerphilly being the largest in Wales and the second largest in Europe behind Windsor. Sadly, many have been built as a way of controlling the citizens of Welsh.