Why University of Wales, Newport?
- The University of Wales, Newport has been involved in higher education since 1841 and attracts students from all over the world.
- 88% of Social Studies students said they were satisfied with their course according to the latest statistics from The National Student Survey – that’s a 10% increase from last year’s figures. Students also placed ‘Academic Support’ and ‘Organisation and Management’ top in this reputable survey.
- The University is internationally recognised and renowned for many of its highly advanced facilities. It has some of the best-equipped and serviced workshops and studios in Europe.
Where is the University of Wales, Newport?
The University of Wales, Newport is currently building a new multi-million pound campus in Newport’s City Centre. Newport is the third largest city in Wales and has a multi-cultural population of 140,000. It’s situated halfway between Bristol and Cardiff and has great transport links to locations throughout the UK. London is one hour and forty minutes away and Birmingham two hours by high speed trains which operate hourly.
Degrees at the University of Wales, Newport
It has a long tradition of providing high quality undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. The University has well-qualified and experienced academic and support staff who care about all students and indeed the Quality Assurance Agency gave the University a ‘confidence’ rating (the top rating given) for the quality of its academic teaching standards. The courses are modern, challenging and relevant to the needs of the 21st Century.
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