The University of South Wales has state-of-the-art facilities and equipment that are available for hire by external organisations such as industry, charities and media production companies.
Whether you are looking for high-spec labs and equipment to support you in the research and development of new products and systems, or want access to our industry standard laboratories, studios or sports facilities, we can help.
Our Advanced Materials Testing Centre (AMTeC) is a modular multi-disciplinary engineering centre with ongoing research and consultancy work in Civil Engineering. With UKAS Accreditation, it can also provide industrial consultancy and facilitate manufacturing to validate products.
Our specialist, on-campus Aerospace Centre boasts cutting edge facilities including:
Our state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Centre replicates an acute care NHS environment to provide training for a wide range of healthcare professionals.
Our Creative Industry Facilities provide a number of spaces and studios, including:
A number of realistic crime scene simulations can be created at our Crime Scene Training Facility, ranging from domestic burglaries to more complex scenes such as homicides and fires.
Our Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Facilities include:
Our Online Studio contains state-of-the-art camera kit, professional set/stage lighting, a stage, backdrop, lectern and seats. Book this room to record and present live:
Our Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Analysis is a diverse instrument utilised in a vast range of industries, capable of variable pressure, which enables hydrated samples, biological specimens, food, etc. to be analysed.
Our Spectroscopy, Chromatography and NMR Facility are purpose built industry-standard laboratories housing:
Our Sport Park boasts top of the range facilities including:
Our Teams Boardroom has been kitted out with the latest software for delivering hybrid events or boardroom meetings. Some of the delegates can attend in person and others can tune-in from home/elsewhere, and everyone gets the same voice around the table. It’s the next generation in meeting room technology.
The Wireless and Optoelectronics Research and Innovation Centre are composed of two optoelectronics laboratories and two RF equipped with £1 million worth of experimental equipment and modelling facilities.