The University of South Wales is a popular choice amongst Bahraini students and has been welcoming students from Bahrain to its five campuses for many years.
Popular courses amongst Bahraini students are the MBA (including associated pathway options) and Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering and computing.
Students from Bahrain have appreciated the scholarships offered by the University and have enjoyed the high standard of living but relatively low cost of living that South Wales offers. Students appreciate the friendly, safe and welcoming environment of the university and benefit hugely from the location – surrounded by breathtaking scenery and impressive historical landscapes, boasting excellent transport links and the buzz of two dynamic Welsh cities.
We hope you find the information for Bahraini students in this section of the website useful. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries!
Pontypridd Campus, Treforest
The University offers the following scholarships for self-funding international students. You will be automatically considered for one of these awards when we receive your application.
Courses starting in February 2020
Courses starting in September 2020
For more information visit the international scholarships page.
Foundation Years are available to students who don't meet the academic requirements for entry directly onto year 1 of a Bachelor degree.
Students who have a good level of English (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) will be considered for our Faculty Foundation Years.
Students who have a 2 year Diploma from a recognised institution can be accepted onto the first year of a degree programme.
Applicants who have followed the A-Level curriculum can be considered for undergraduate entry – the normal UCAS tariff will be applied.
Applicants who have followed the IB Diploma curriculum can be considered for undergraduate entry – the normal UCAS tariff will be applied.
Applicants who hold a Higher National Diploma (HND) and studied for a duration of 3-4 years will be considered for advanced entry of an undergraduate programme.
4 year degree with a 2nd class and above (50% or a GPA of 2 or above on the scale of 4, 4 being the highest).
For admission on to an LLM, you will need a 4 year LLB degree with a 2nd class or above.
3 year Honours degree with a 1st Class or 2nd Class will be considered for direct entry onto a Masters course if they have additional work experience.
Proficiency in English is essential for study at the University of South Wales. The university recognises the following English Language qualifications:
Please note that some courses may require a higher level of English language proficiency than the University’s standard requirements.
Please see the course page for further information.
Don’t worry if you do not meet English language requirements as we offer a range of English Language Courses to prepare you for academic studies.
If your qualification is not covered above or you do not meet the set criteria please contact us and we will see how we can assist you.
Please contact us with any questions you may have about studying and applying to the University of South Wales.
International Recruitment Officer
Telephone: +44 1443 654445
University of South Wales,
Treforest, South Wales,
For information on the expected standards of service you can expect from the University’s recruitment agents, please contact the recruitment officer responsible for your region.
Oasis Training Center
1581B, Road 80, Block 473, Abu Saiba, Bahrain
Tel: +973 17330823
Flat 104, Building 106, No 20, Block 331, Mahooz Bahrain
Tel: +973 17255909
Office 4122, Level 12, West Tower
Bahrain Financial Harbour
King Faisal Highway
Manama Kingdom of Bahrain
Assakaf Education Services
47-61 City Road
Cardiff CF24 3BL
Tel: +44 2921321098
Mobile: +44 786332207/ +44 7532222212