View of the Old College building of Aberystwyth University at Aberystwyth seafront.

Aberystwyth University

Founded in 1872, Aberystwyth University has a long tradition of academic excellence. Teaching is research-led, and the town is a vibrant and inexpensive place to live.

Main Building

Bangor University

Located near Snowdonia, Bangor University enjoys one of the most beautiful settings of any UK university, and balances academic excellence with a great student experience.

Main Building

Cardiff University

Ambitious, innovative and creative, Cardiff University is the largest in Wales and part of the prestigious Russell Group, with a global reputation for research excellence.

Aerial view of University

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Cardiff Met is a modern university with a strong focus on employability, where students benefit from a close-knit community, small class sizes and supportive tutors.

Arial view of the Swansea Bay campus of Swansea University

Swansea University

With two campuses on the waterfront, Swansea is a welcoming, research-centred university that’s highly rated for both teaching quality and student satisfaction.

Open day at Treforest Campus, students walking up steps to main building

University of South Wales

Spread across three campuses in South Wales, USW is a modern, ambitious university offering practice-led courses that prepare students for life after graduation.

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University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Known for its community atmosphere, UWTSD is a forward-thinking, inclusive university. It provides high-quality teaching from lecturers who are active in research or industry.

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Wrexham Glyndŵr University

Small and friendly, Glyndŵr University is an industry-led university where students receive a high level of support and personal attention.

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How to apply

Applying to study in Wales is straightforward. Here’s how to start the process, and where you can find further information.

Student life

How our universities will help you make the most of all the opportunities and experiences on offer outside the library and lecture theatre.

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Why Wales?

Nearly 130,000 students are enrolled on courses at our universities. Here are 10 reasons why you should join them.

Funding Options

International and domestic students in Wales may be eligible for financial support, including scholarships, grants and bursaries, depending on where you live.

Life after university

This will shape my career

Welsh universities are committed to producing the most innovative, creative and employable graduates in the UK.