The University of South Wales collaborates with many different
education providers both in the UK and abroad. Courses
range from short bite-sized modules to more extensive Higher Education.
Got a question about USW’s services?
For the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science or the Faculty of Creative Industries contact Ryan
Powell / 01443 482910 / Ryan.Powell@southwales.ac.uk.
For the Faculty of Business and Society or the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education contact Danielle
Bush / 01443 654815 / Danielle.Bush@southwales.ac.uk.
USW's Virtual Learning Environment.
Access USW's Library Resources.
Most USW courses require students to use the Harvard Referencing Style. Make sure you're familiar with the Referencing Guides for your course.
All USW Students have to enrol (register) with the University of South Wales. You can do this online.
You will need your USW student ID number and your USW password to access your results.
If something unexpected affects your ability to suceed at an assessment, you can apply for extenuating circumstances.
If you think someone made an error in the mark recorded for your work, or there have been irregularities in the written instructions or the conduct of exams, you can make an Academic Appeal.
Find out all you need to know about our Graduation Ceremonies.
USW Advice Zones
USW's Advice Zones can help with queries about appeals, extenuating circumstances and other academic matters.
USW Progression Bursary
We offer our Progression Bursary to students who choose to top up their USW HND or foundation degreee to a full honours degree at one of our USW campuses.
Careers and Employability
Find out what USW's Careers and Employability Service offers to students based at partner colleges.
Earn a Grad Edge Award to prove your skills, experience and career drive to employers.
Study Skills Resources
Access USW's Study Skills guides and resources. For study skills support with a tutor, please contact your college.
USW Regulations and Policies
USW's regulations, policies and procedures set out the rules and expectations that the University and its students are expected to adhere to.