The University of South Wales has been welcoming students from Greece for many years and it is a popular choice amongst Greek students, who enjoy the high standard of living at relatively low cost that South Wales offers.
With more than 33,000 students from all over the world, state-of-the-art facilities and teaching excellence, the University of South Wales is a great place to study. We offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in a range of areas; popular choices amongst our Greek students are Law, Business Management, Engineering, Computer Science, Computer games development, Psychology, Forensic Science, Media and Design.
The University will be travelling to Greece during the year, join our USW International Office Facebook group to keep up to date with upcoming trips. You can also visit our Hellenic & Cypriot Society at USW if you wish to get in touch with our current students.
We hope you find the information for Greek students useful. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries!
Pontypridd Campus, Treforest
Ptychio TES/TEL or Ptychion TEE (Higher Diploma Cycle B) or;
Apoytirion with a minimum score of 12
Foundation Years are available to students who don't meet the academic requirements for entry directly onto year 1 of a Bachelor degree.
The Executive Board at DOATAP in Greece has granted the University of South Wales recognised institution status.
The University regularly provides DOATAP with information on the studies of Greek students who wish to apply for recognition in Greece of their higher education qualifications. These students will be considered by DOATAP through its regular processes and timescales.
If any Greek students wish to apply for recognition of their qualifications and have not already done so, they may request the University to send their details to DOATAP by emailing the Assessment and Awards Unit, Student Administration Services (Email: email@example.com)
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 654266
University of South Wales,
Treforest, South Wales,
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