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Number of Students

  • Total student population: 33,584
  • EU student population: 1,030
  • There are currently 11 Hungarian students studying at the University of South Wales.

Our students enjoy the high standard of living at relatively low cost that South Wales offers. They also benefit from the reduced fees that the Welsh Government offers.

The university has a friendly, safe and welcoming environment and benefits hugely from the location – surrounded by breathtaking scenery and impressive historical landscapes, boasting excellent transport links and the buzz of two dynamic Welsh cities.

The University will be travelling to Hungary during the year, join our USW International Office Facebook group to keep up to date with upcoming trips.

We hope you find the information for Hungarian students useful. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries!

Fees and Scholarships


There are undergraduate scholarships available to EU students and the University offers a Centenary Postgraduate Scholarship to EU students worth £1,500 or £2,000. Further information can be found here.



Please refer to our Undergraduate Fees and Funding page.


For the latest information, please check Postgraduate Fees and Funding page.

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate Entry Requirements

  • Erettségi with an average score of 4 (Intermediate level).
  • Holders of other qualifications, please contact us.
  • Certain programmes, such as LLB Law or International Wildlife Biology, have different entry requirements. For further information please contact us.
  • Erettsegi English at advanced level with a score of 4 or above is considered an equivalent to IELTS 6.0

Postgraduate Entry Requirements

  • Oklevél/Egyetemi Oklevél with a grade of 3/közepes
  • Applicants with Alapképzés/Bachelor degree/ Foiskola Oklevel will be considered on an individual basis.
  • Holders of other qualifications, please contact us.
  • For entry to MBA programmes, applicants should have one of the above and ideally 1 year of work experience.

English Language

Proficiency in the English Language is essential for study at South Wales. Please check the Undergraduate and Postgraduate requirements on the English language certificates page.


Nadia Jones

International & EU Recruitment Officer

Marketing and Student Recruitment,
University of South Wales
CF37 1DL, UK

Telephone: + 44(0) 1443 654409
e-Mail: nadia.jones@southwales.ac.uk


For information on the expected standards of service you can expect from the University’s recruitment agents, please contact the recruitment officer responsible for your region.


Website: http://studyguide.eu/
StudyGuide contact: Marton Kovacs

Telephone:+36 30 510 9804

IEC - International Education Centre

Külföldi Egyetemek Hivatalos Képviselete
1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út. 61 I em/ 9 ajtó

Website: www.ieconline.hu