The beautiful bridge and river beside Tu Hwnt i'r Bont Tea rooms, River Conwy, Llanwrst, Snowdonia.  ©

VisitBritain Bob Radlinski

With three national parks – Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecon Beacons – covering 20 per cent of Wales, you will experience some stunning landscapes when you choose to study in Wales.

As well as the mountain ranges, rugged coastline and historic capital, Cardiff, Wales is famous for its distinctive Welsh language and love of sport.

Receive a world-class education in Wales 

There are 129,000 students enrolled at the eight universities in Wales and 22,000 international students from 132 countries. And each university has established industry partnerships and supportive learning that are at the heart of a rewarding student experience.

There is a long history of innovation and ground-breaking research and within six months of leaving, 92 per cent of graduates are in employment. 

Castle surrounded by water and boats in the UK
Caernarfon castle overlooking the Menai straits, Wales ©

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