So December is here and the University of South Wales is spreading Christmas Joy and treating students across our campuses.
#USWsanta has been out and about meeting and treating students – on the Caerleon campus he was giving out mince pies, handing out Christmas crackers on the Glyntaff Campus, giving presents from his sack on the Cardiff campus, treating students on the Newport City campus to slices of chocolate log and finally on the Treforest campus he got his hands on some mistletoe and gave out more presents from his sack.
Take a look at our short videos to see what he got up to for yourself!
Caerloen campus – Mince Pies
Glyntaff campus – It’s a Cracker
Cardiff campus – Presents from Santa’s Sack
Newport campus – Chocolate Log
Treforest campus – Mistletoe
Enrolling onto a university programme can sometimes mean that you will feel out of your comfort zone, often experiencing new things and meeting new people from all over the world but as you can see from the #USWsanta videos, we are very friendly at the University of South Wales. Right from the very start of your journey at USW we encourage you to participate in various activities which can often lead to new friendships, broadening your social circles or even joining a new club or society.
Here at the University of South Wales we always put our students first. We offer a friendly and academically challenging environment with an excellent reputation for teaching quality, state-of-the-art study facilities and supportive staff.
With more than 33,584 students from all over the world, flexible study options and teaching excellence in more than a dozen subjects, you can study in areas from drama and music to business, computer science and engineering.
The University of South Wales has over 500 courses available, outstanding graduate employment rates and has invested £160 million into its facilities, so there’s no better time to study at the University of South Wales!
Employability is at the heart of everything we do, with teaching informed by what happens in the real world. Our graduates have the skills that are essential for the workplace and value our employability schemes, business start-up support and opportunities to get actual experience, often as part of your course. It’s an approach that works – 95% of our graduates are in employment or further study within six months of graduation. The University of South Wales is committed to not only offering you an internationally recognised qualification but also to enhancing your employability. Employability is all about developing your workplace knowledge, skills and experience, therefore increasing your chances of gaining employment after your studies.
There’s a great selection of accommodation here at the University of South Wales – from halls of residence on campus to privately rented rooms in the local area – so you should be able to find something that is right for you.
The University provides various Arrival Services for newly arrived international students. These services are available throughout the year. If you would like to use these services, you must pre-book and give us the exact details of your arrival five working days before travelling by completing and sending us an Arrival Services Booking Form. Alternatively, you may decide to travel to the University Independently.
International Welcome Programme (IWP) is an important social orientation programme that runs prior to Freshers’ week each September and February. It includes events, activities and information sessions to help acclimatise new international students to living and learning in the UK during the main University arrival period.
For more information about the University of South Wales please visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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