Dropping by at an Open Evening at the University of South Wales is the ideal way to find out more about part-time or full-time postgraduate courses. many of which start early in the new year.
Come and join us and discover the range of courses, facilities, campuses and experiences on offer. During the evening, you will have the chance to talk to our academic staff, and find out about other aspects of studying, such as student finance and scholarships.
Our next Open Evening is: Wednesday 22nd January 2020, 3.30pm-6.30pm
This is a drop-in event. Please feel free to visit us anytime between these times.
Let us know why you're interested in jumping back into postgraduate course and we'll be happy to advise on the range of options available to you, including what course would best suit your needs.
You may be eligible for loans, grants or bursaries to help towards your tuition fees and living costs. Come and speak to one of our Student Money Advisors at the event.
Our academic staff are the people to talk to when it comes to understanding course setup, modules and career prospects.
Supervised by a team of experienced academic staff with relevant expertise in your research area, your research provides solutions to the challenges faced by our society and the economy, working across disciplines to help businesses, communities and policy makers.
Get all the information you need around studying a research degree at USW by visiting our Grad School website. Alternatively, a dedicated staff member from the research team will be available to discuss your options at an open evening at our Cardiff or Treforest campuses.
MA Games Enterprise Graduate
"I had great support from tutors and used amazing equipment, and now I’m a full-time game designer. I turned my passion into a career. All I had to do was jump back in".
MSc Music Engineering and Production Graduate
"I worked on a studio album and had amazing support from my tutors, who built up my confidence. Postgraduate study was the perfect step to help me achieve my dream".
Studying PhD, graduate of MSc Computer Systems Security
"After working in computing for 12 years, I knew I had to learn about the latest technologies to progress. I’m working towards my Doctorate, researching the latest worldwide 5G network".
MA Leadership in Sport Graduate
"I’ve gained technical knowledge and learned skills from great football managers and experienced students. My extra time in education helped establish my reputation in industry".
A postgraduate course, whether full-time or part-time, is the ideal way to top up your education and make a head start in your career. There are a number of ways to fund your postgraduate study. This can be through student finance, bursaries or help from grants, trusts and charities or a combination of all three.
There are a number of bursaries available depending on the type of course you study and where you live. We can explain these at an Open Evening, but there is also information available via our website:
We’re a modern, industry-focused University that will broaden your horizons and progress in your career. We have campuses located across the region's vibrant cities and inspirational countryside, in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypridd.
Each campus offers its own unique experience. Come along to an Open Evening and we'll be happy to tell you more about living and studying at one of our campuses. Alternatively, take a look at our virtual tours:
If you can’t make an Open Evening, we also offer campus tours. To request a tour, please e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are available upon request and are subject to availability.
Studying at a UK university will provide you with many exciting opportunities and experiences, as well as a chance to meet people from all over the world. It is an opportunity to make new friends, gain experience, build your confidence and create your path in life.