The University is based in South Wales, UK with campuses in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypridd.
International and EU students from more than 120 countries study at the University of South Wales each year and we have a vibrant Indian community on campus.
We are a popular choice with Indian students as there is a high standard of living and Cardiff is one of the most cost-effective cities in the UK with a large Indian community and a good selection of Indian restaurants and Gurdwaras. Cardiff is also home to the India Centre which organises cultural events through the year.
Our International Office works closely with our Indian community to celebrate important events such as Diwali and Holi; Follow us on our social media, Instagram (check out our USW India highlight), Facebook and Twitter.
We are excited to announce the launch of our MBA Global. It is a unique 2 year MBA where students can gain up to 10 months of work experience in the UK, either through an external work placement or an internal consultancy-based internship at the USW Business Clinic.
Other popular courses among our Indian students include:
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 2021
For more information visit the international scholarships page.
Proficiency in English is essential for study at the University. The University of South Wales recognise the following English language qualifications:
Don’t worry if you do not meet these requirements as we offer a range of English Language courses
Please contact us with any questions you may have about studying and applying to the University of South Wales.
Telephone: Tel: +44 (0)1443 654257
USW International, Llantwit Road,
Treforest, South Wales, CF37 1DL
We have representatives in many cities throughout India. Please contact our International Officer Sally Fairburn.
Please follow our advise on applying for your tier 4 student visa here.
Universities UK (UUK) have produced a video outlining the visa process. It shares the experience of Indian students but will have relevance to any student making a Tier 4 application overseas.