University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus located at 86-88 Adam St, Cardiff CF24 2FN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0345 576 0101

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University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus cardiff
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University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus cardiff
University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus cardiff
University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus cardiff
University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus cardiff

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Shiekh Haza

1 Google Rating

I don’t recommend to study in this university. Bad staff. Their deal with students very oppressive

1/ 5

I don’t recommend to study in this university. Bad staff. Their deal with students very oppressive. I wish give them less than one star.

Jacob Davies

1 Google Rating

Coming in here almost every single day i am constantly disappointed (The Atrium). The computer and k

1/ 5

Coming in here almost every single day i am constantly disappointed (The Atrium). The computer and keyboards are filthy, there is rubbish left here and never cleaned up and the library opening hours are dreadful! Terrible environment for a student who wants to get work done.

khayri abusef

5 Google Rating

nice place to study

5/ 5

nice place to study

Keith Williams

4 Google Rating

More a building than a campus, but still a lovely place in a lovely city.

4/ 5

More a building than a campus, but still a lovely place in a lovely city.

ambi

5 Google Rating

I wanted studying aeronautic engineering and i see that the university is explicitly growing well in

5/ 5

I wanted studying aeronautic engineering and i see that the university is explicitly growing well in that aspect and will wish to study there.

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