University of South Wales
Rhondda Cynon Taf
|Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive||Professor Julie Lydon|
|Chair of Governors||Professor Michael Gunn|
The University of South Wales was formed in April 2013 following the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport.
The University is mainly located in Treforest, Pontypridd. In addition, it has campuses at Glyntaff (Faculty of Health, Sport and Science) and in Merthyr Tydfil (Faculty of Further Education). In September 2007, the University opened a new campus in central Cardiff - named “ATRiuM” - to house the Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries. The City Campus in the heart of Newport city centre houses the University's Faculty of Arts and Business. City Campus has the focus of bringing together business, creative subjects and entrepreneurship activity.
|Academic profile 2016/17 (Source: HEFCW End of Year Monitoring Survey)|
|Total student enrolments||22,480|
|Full-time student enrolments||15,620|
|Sandwich year out student enrolments||70|
|Part-time student enrolments||6,790|
Note: data is subject to rounding.