Facts about studying in Wales
In 2013/14 there were 19,135 international students from outside of Europe enrolled on higher education courses in Wales: an increase of 5.8% from 2012/13. These students make up about 14.8% of enrolments at Welsh higher education institutes, excluding the Open University.
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- Wales welcomes international students from over 170 countries enrolling onto over higher education 2700 courses.
- Today the student population in Wales is large and diverse; there are 8 universities and 15 further education colleges and institutions. We have around 172,000 learners studying at further education institutions per year.
- If you’re interested in joining the 19,135 international students from over 170 countries currently enrolled in higher education here, contact one of our universities.
[International Students outside Bangor University, North Wales]
- We are proud of the level of personal support we offer to our international students. Institutions offer a wide range of services, such as pre-departure briefings and handbooks.
- Access to free English language support is available at all of Wales' universities.
- Our universities offer lots of help for funding your studies including international scholarship schemes.
- Our students are happy! Aberystwyth has been voted best university town in Britain and Swansea University has won an award for being the best student experience in the UK.
[Students celebrating outside Cardiff City Hall, after recieving their honours degree]
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