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Number of Students

The University of South Wales is a popular choice amongst Kurdish students and has been welcoming students from Kurdistan to its five campuses for many years.

Students from Kurdistan have appreciated the scholarships offered by the University and have enjoyed the high standard of living but relatively low cost of living that South Wales offers. Students appreciate the friendly, safe and welcoming environment of the university and benefit hugely from the location – surrounded by breathtaking scenery and impressive historical landscapes, boasting excellent transport links and the buzz of two dynamic Welsh cities.

We hope you find the information for students from Kurdistan in this section of the website useful. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries!

Fees and Scholarships


Students from Kurdistan are eligible to receive our International Academic Scholarships which are available across all levels of study.

  • International Academic Scholarships of £1,500 for undergraduate students
  • International Academic Scholarships of £2,000 for postgraduate students
  • International Academic Scholarships of £1,500 for MBA students

Additional information regarding scholarships can be found here.


Undergraduate Fees
Please refer to our Undergraduate Fees and Funding page.

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

Entry Requirements

Foundation Entry Requirements

Please contact us for further information about entry requirements.

Student Profiles

Sharif Khoshnaw (Chevening scholar), Kurdistan, MSc Renewable Energy and Resource Management

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Sally-Anne Awcock

International Recruitment Officer

USW International,
University of South Wales,
Llantwit Rd,
Treforest, South Wales,
CF37 1DL

Telephone: +44 1443 654445
e-Mail: sally-anne.awcock@southwales.ac.uk