It is Not Too Late to Apply.

By University of South Wales Modified on May 16, 2019

It’s still not too late to make an application for a course starting in September 2019 at the University of South Wales!


If you have been thinking about studying an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in the UK but have not made your mind up yet, it’s still not too late to make an application for a course starting in September 2019 at the University of South Wales.

Just visit to research our courses, fees and scholarships. If you still have some questions, you can email our Admissions Team or chat to to discuss any questions you may have.

We work to a direct application deadline of August 20th but we will continue to accept applications for as long as there are spaces in the course and if students are able to get a visa.

You can apply for your course online, using the My USW portal or ask a representative to apply on your behalf. We aim to respond to your application within ten working days; sooner if we can.

You will need to submit as many of the following documents as possible with your application: Results from high school or university qualifications (certificates and transcripts), academic reference and a personal statement.

If your offer is unconditional, you will then need to decide whether you would like to accept the offer.

If your offer is conditional, you can still accept, then when your conditions are met, just send us your documents and we will update your offer.

If you’re applying through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), the UK-based organisation that operates a central application process for universities in the UK, the last date you can apply to UCAS is 20 September 2019.

If you apply by 30th June 2019, your application will be processed through the UCAS main scheme. If you apply after that date, your application will go straight into Clearing. Clearing is how universities fill any spare places they still have in their courses.

If you have already applied via UCAS but you've submitted fewer than five choices and haven't accepted a place, you can still add more choices to bring your total up to five.

Find out about studying in the UK, our location, living costs, student life and employability by visiting You’ll also find information on entry requirements, visas and accommodation options too. You can also take a virtual tour of our campuses by visiting .

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