University of South Wales
University of South Wales is one of the largest universities in UK with over 33,000 students and more than 300 courses to choose from. The university was created in 2013 by joining University of Glamorgan and University of Wales. The students can use state-of-the-art simulated environments, including an internationally acclaimed clinical simulation centre, a courtroom, a forensic scene-of-crime house; film, fashion and music studios; a stock trading floor; an aerospace centre which includes a real Jetstream 31 airplane and flight simulator; and sporting facilities used and endorsed by world champions.
University of South Wales has built a reputation through its dedication to the arts with an internationally acclaimed film school, industry standard animation facilities, broadcasting studios, one of the UK’s oldest photography schools, award-winning poets, scriptwriters, and authors, and the national music and drama conservatoire. In addition, the university is a major public policy think-tank, offering independent advice to government and employers across the UK on health, education, economic growth, social policy and governance.
Their partners are Rolls Royce, Microsoft, the BBC, Sony and British Airways. The range of their course selection is wide offering almost everything from business, law, the arts to medicine. 93% of the graduates find themselves in employment or further study six months after course completion