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We are still taking applications for all international applicants. To give yourself as much time as possible to complete the process to study with us, we recommend that you submit your application as early as possible.
On the course page, click the Apply online link for your chosen course and start date
You’ll be taken to our online portal where you’ll need to create a login for your application
Work through each section on the online form. If you need to find copies of any documents, you can save your application and return to it later, just remember to use the login details you created in step 2.
You’ll have a chance to review your application before finally submitting it, make sure all of your supporting documents are attached.
Submit your application through the online portal
Your application will be reviewed and our Admissions Team will confirm the next steps via email to the address provided on your submitted application.
Applying to study at USW
Using the Apply online button on our course pages is the only way for pathway applications. This method allows you to upload your supporting documents at the time of application and automatically receive your student application number.
When you apply for a pathway programme, you must state which undergraduate course you are intending to progress on to, upon successful completion of your programme.
You can apply online to study our programmes by clicking on the Apply Online button for your chosen duration (2 or 3- term), if applicable.
If you are accepted you will receive one offer letter for the International Foundation Programme or International Year One, followed by the appropriate degree programme. Once you have successfully completed the International Foundation Programme or International Year One and achieved the required grades, you can gain direct admission to your chosen degree at the University of South Wales.
Find out more about our programmes and find links to complete your application on our course pages: