The University of South Wales was formed in 2013 through a merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport to become one of the largest universities in the UK and the largest in Wales. The University has campuses throughout South Wales, in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypridd. Their unique locations mean you can enjoy everything the region has to offer – city life and culture, stunning beaches and breathtaking countryside.
Chevening and the University of South Wales
Since 1985, 22 Chevening Scholars from 13 countries have enrolled at the University of South Wales and have gone on to secure prestigious leadership positions across the world.
The University of South Wales says: 'We are proud to partner with Chevening. The Chevening Scholarship programme is a prestigious international scheme which each year provides awards to outstanding scholars with leadership potential from more than 160 countries. We are looking forward to working with Chevening to offer opportunities for a greater number of Chevening Scholars, who might not otherwise be able to study in the UK.'
Who does the University of South Wales support?
This year, the University of South Wales is generously co-funding a number of Chevening Awards available to applicants from any Chevening-eligible subject to support any one-year taught master's programme at South Wales.
All applicants who wish to be considered for an award at South Wales are encouraged to select the university as their first preference in their Chevening application.