Make Glamorgan Your Number One University Choice for Study in Wales

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), February 26, 2009 | Go to article overview

Make Glamorgan Your Number One University Choice for Study in Wales


There has never been a better or more exciting time to be a university student in Wales. And studying at the University of Glamorgan is certainly a popular choice! In fact, recent results show that applications to the University of Glamorgan this year have risen by an amazing 18.4%, that's more than twice the UK average of 7.3%! Its not difficult to see why...

Cardiff is home to one of Europe's most stateof- the-art campuses for the creative industries, and is training the top arts, media and design professionals of the future.

The University of Glamorgan's Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries can be found at our new ATRiuM building in the heart of Cardiff city centre. The pounds 35m development is a hub for all things creative and cultural and is a real landmark for the capital city.

The School brings together the creative disciplines within the University of Glamorgan, including art & design, media & communication and drama & music. In this hi-tech teaching and learning facility, like-minded individuals from a broad range of subject areas can work together in an exciting environment, sharing expertise.

Exciting developments are also happening at our Pontypridd campus where our law school is now located in impressive new accommodation that includes a moot courtroom where mock trials take place.

As part of a pounds 140m investment in our facilities, health, sport and science students will study in brand new facilities from this September. These state-of-the-art labs and equipment will be in the renovated Grade II listed building on our extended Glyntaff campus. Our 30-acre playing fields and sports facilities are some of the best in Wales and are used by the world's major football and rugby teams.

In fact, whatever your aspirations, the University of Glamorgan has a course to suit you; we even offer a range of courses through the medium of Welsh. …

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