On Tuesday 4 December, the National Assembly for Wales’ Children, Young People, and Education Committee published ‘Degrees of Separation? The Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education’. The report looks at the challenges Brexit poses for higher education in … »
92% of Welsh graduates are employed within six months of leaving higher education
Welsh universities' overall satisfaction rate is at 86% (NSS)
Welsh universities generated 10% of all UK graduate business start-ups
Research at Wales' universities has led to ground-breaking discoveries that have transformed our economy and society
Universities UK’s #MadeAtUni campaign launched today to celebrates the transformational impact of universities, including showcasing case studies from eight Welsh universities. The UK’s Best Breakthroughs List has been launched to mark the inventions, discoveries and social initiatives from universities … »
Welsh universities – committed to Widening Access Widening access is about increasing opportunities for people from a diverse range of backgrounds to higher education. Universities in Wales are committed to ensuring that everyone with the determination, skills and desire to access higher education should be … »
A university education is not necessarily something that people pursue in their country of residence. In 2011, worldwide, there were 3.7 million internationally mobile students. Wales is proving to be a very attractive destination to students, offering a unique, vibrant experience.
Spanning the length of the country, our universities offer a diverse range of locations and learning experiences – from world-class cities to breathtaking seaside locations.