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Professional courses for a professional World University of South Wales London Centre

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As a global hub at the centre of professional, cultural, government and academic networks, London offers prospective and current students, as well as academic staff, an unrivalled base from which to develop and explore a diverse range of opportunities.

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Contents Welcome

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London Centre courses

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Undergraduate courses

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Postgraduate courses

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Professional short courses

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English pre-sessional

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Fees and scholarships

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Student support and library services

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Careers and employability

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APEL

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Location

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Student life / Accommodation

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Entry requirements / How to apply

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What next?

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London was ranked number one in 2013 by the Global Financial Centres Index. This is due to the large number of internationally significant banks, businesses, and stock exchanges that are based in the city.

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Welcome Welcome to the University of South Wales in London The University of South Wales is proud to announce the launch of our new London Centre in summer 2014. The University will offer a range of distinctive, high-quality postgraduate, undergraduate top-up and professional short courses in Law, Finance, Business and Computing. This exciting new development will enable both busy executives and full-time students to benefit from the wealth of knowledge and expertise that exists within the University of South Wales. Students on our London-based courses will be able to take advantage of a truly metropolitan experience, with the opportunity to study and work in the heart of the world’s financial markets; in a city that is an international trading centre. This vibrant, culturally diverse city is a fantastic setting for you to immerse yourself in the academic and practical sides of global professional services.

*As the University of Glamorgan.

The London Centre is located at Docklands Academy, in the financial district of London, and will provide our students with first-class facilities and an inspirational environment to learn and grow professionally. It is also close to plenty of transport links, making travel to and from the Centre easy and convenient. Students at our London Centre will have access to a range of learning resources, including a fully equipped library, and an extensive range of online support materials including access to e-journals, e-databases, e-books, and e-newspapers. They will also benefit from the kind of excellent student support that saw the University awarded the prestigious Times Higher Award for Outstanding Support for Students in 2012.* For more information on the London Centre, including regular updates and detailed course content, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london

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London Centre courses Undergraduate

Start Dates

Mode of Study

Duration

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Top-up)

February 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

BA (Hons) Business and Finance (Top-up)

February 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

BA (Hons) International Business (Top-up)

February 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

LLB (Hons) Law (Accelerated Route)

September 2015

Full-time

2 years

Foundation Degree in Paralegal Studies

September 2015

Full-time

2 years

Postgraduate

Start Dates

Mode of Study

Duration

LLM in Intellectual Property Law

October 2014 / 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

LLM in International Commercial Law

October 2014 / 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Finance

October 2014 / 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Computer Systems Security

February 2015

Part-time, block delivery

18 months

MSc Cyber Security

February 2015

Part-time, block delivery

18 months

MSc Forensic Audit and Accounting

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Management and Development of International Financial Systems

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Trading and Risk

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Islamic Banking and Finance

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Accounting

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

MSc Accounting and Finance with ACCA

September 2015

Full-time / Part-time

1 year / 2 years

10 week pre-sessional English courses are also available to international students. For more information see page 14.


The University of South Wales, London Centre, offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional short courses. More information about our London Centre courses can be found on pages 6-14, or by visiting: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/study

Professional Short Courses

Mode of Study

Course Fee

Forensic Readiness, Policies and Procedures

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Information Assurance Governance

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Malicious Software Analysis

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Network Security and Network Defence

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Computer Forensics

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Computer Incident Investigation and Analysis

One day – 9am-5pm

£495

Tiger Scheme: Penetration Testing (course and exam)

Three days – 9am-5pm

£1,500

 ur professional short courses run monthly, starting from July 2014. For more information visit: O www.southwales.ac.uk/london/cpd

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Undergraduate courses LLB (Hons) Law (Accelerated Route)

Foundation Degree in Paralegal Studies

This two-year LLB course is recognised as a qualifying degree for professional purposes in the UK and has been designed for those who already have higher education qualifications; whether you are a graduate or you have successfully completed an HND or one year of study at university.

This Foundation Degree in Paralegal Studies offers a flexible, work-related learning experience that provides the skills to succeed in the legal sector. You can study full-time, or part-time while you are working, so it is ideal if you already work in the profession and want a recognised and transferable qualification.

In addition to specific knowledge of the law and its applications in the real world, you will gain a vast range of transferable skills such as the ability to communicate effectively, retrieve and handle information competently, analyse and solve problems, and have the confidence to present logical, reasoned arguments. Such emphasis on the acquisition of skills means that our graduates are well-equipped for the challenges of the workplace.

Throughout the course, you will be encouraged to transfer your learning directly to and from the work environment. This approach benefits you and your employer, as course content and assessment methods are based on work-related knowledge and skills. Students who are already working can gain accreditation for their work experience and qualifications.

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Top-up Degrees Specifically designed for students who may have already obtained an HND or equivalent qualification, a top-up degree allows you to gain a full Bachelor degree in less than a year.

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Top-up) On the BA (Hons) Business Studies degree you will examine business strategy and global business issues. During this one year ‘top-up’ course, you will examine core aspects of business such as strategy and communication, while also getting the chance to conduct a real investigation into a business problem, allowing you to apply your business acumen to a real-life scenario.

BA (Hons) Business and Finance (Top-up) During this one year ‘top-up’ course, you will examine core aspects of business such as strategy and communication in a global context, while also getting the chance to conduct an investigation into a business problem, which allows you to apply your business acumen to a real-life scenario. Top-up to a Masters degree in just two years at our London Centre If you apply for and successfully complete one of our BA (Hons) top-up courses with a 2:2 or above, we will guarantee you a place to study on one of our Accounting and Finance related Masters degrees. This means you could gain a BA (Hons) and Masters qualification in just two years, greatly enhancing your career prospects.

BA (Hons) International Business (Top-up) The BA (Hons) International Business gives focus to the increasingly globalised world we live in. Having a strong understanding of the key aspects of doing business on a global scale will certainly give you an advantage in the workplace. During this one year ‘top-up’ course, you will gain a better understanding of how international trade works and learn about the different issues facing global business, including how this might affect the traditional business management functions such as marketing, human resources, and purchasing and supply. There is also an opportunity undertake a specialist module on international culture and communication, which will allow you to explore the role culture plays in shaping organisational communication.

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Postgraduate courses LLM in Intellectual Property Law The LLM in Intellectual Property Law is a specialist course that will develop your understanding of intellectual property law and regulation. The course reflects the growing importance of intellectual property law to the global economy, providing engagement with theoretical and current issues of debate on contemporary areas of intellectual property law. You will develop the skills needed to deal with the legal rules relating to intellectual property law and practice, and the ability to analyse and critique those rules in a practical and academic context.

LLM in International Commercial Law The LLM in International Commercial Law is a specialist course which will develop your understanding of the nature of international commercial law and regulation. This course provides an opportunity to study aspects of commercial law that have international relevance, and consider specific issues that arise in commercial www.southwales.ac.uk/london

and consumer law. You will also explore different aspects of globalisation and how the law influences and responds to these.

MSc Finance This MSc Finance aims to equip you with rigorous training in various financial theories, corporate governance and policy, while improving your analytical and technical expertise. The course has been designed to prepare you for a career in the exciting and fastmoving world of finance. The course provides you with advanced knowledge and understanding of the underlying theories of financial management techniques, corporate governance, and quantitative methods for financial market. Your study will offer a stimulating and intellectually challenging learning experience through academic reading and use of simulation software and powerful financial databases such as Traderex and Thomson Reuter Eikon.

MSc Computer Systems Security The security of computer systems is increasingly important, as the use of information systems is now widespread

in the lives of individuals, business and society. The significance of information security and the demand for relevant skills has been emphasised recently by high-profile incidents concerning the privacy of personal data and security of financial information. This specialist MSc focuses on the technical aspects of computer systems security and systems administration, particularly penetration testing. It is accredited by the TIGER Scheme and will give you exemption from some of its examinations.

MSc Cyber Security Building on the proven track record of the Information Security Research Group at the University of South Wales, this MSc in Cyber Security will equip you with the skills and general knowledge required to operate successfully in the cyber security area of business and government. The course combines the technical and management/governance principles that underpin cyber security into a single coherent body of knowledge, focusing upon business requirements in terms of management/governance and technology.


MSc Forensic Audit and Accounting Forensic accounting and auditing are fast-developing areas in the commercial world, with the demand for expertise in this area growing dramatically in recent years. The major professional accounting firms now have departments offering specialist forensic accounting and audit services. As a result, there is a need for people who can undertake fraud investigations, valuations, assist in dispute resolution, prepare expert reports, and conduct fraud and forensic analysis.

“ Forensic accounting is a lucrative and growing area, and having an academic qualification from a good university makes an individual very marketable in a highly competitive business environment. I was able to secure a job with KPMG Forensics and it is without doubt that attending the University enhanced my ability to secure the job.� Anne Adedoyin Agbedahunsi, MSc Forensic Audit and Accounting

Linking the core disciplines of accounting, audit and finance in a legal context, this Masters course will introduce you to some basic principles of forensic accounting, and concepts allied to investigative and legal skills. You will gain an overview of the roles undertaken in the profession, and the specialist techniques and procedures employed by practitioners.

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Postgraduate courses MSc Management and Development of International Financial Systems

aspects of trading in global markets with practical experience of trading, using the realistic simulated environment of our trading floor. This develops your academic understanding of the trading environment, as well as practical trading floor expertise.

Financial institutions have been forced to engage in the international financial market by the globalisation of trade and finance. Without a knowledge and understanding of international banking theory, practice and procedure, finance managers cannot take the strategic steps required to restructure financial systems and to operate effectively and efficiently in this new and evolving environment.

The objective is to prepare you for a career as a high-earning professional trader. Students will need an interest in financial markets, together with the determination to succeed in the demanding environment of financial trading.

This international financial systems course will equip you with the concepts and tools to operate successfully in the rapidly changing world of finance. It combines academic rigour and cutting-edge practices with a policy orientation.

MSc Trading and Risk This course has been developed in conjunction with a leading global financial trading company. It interlinks theoretical

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MSc Islamic Banking and Finance Islamic finance is experiencing growth rates of approximately 15-20% per annum, with predictions from rating agency Standard and Poor’s suggesting that the total number of assets controlled by Sharia compliant institutions could exceed $4 trillion. This performance in the current recessionary climate is a good indicator of the viability of Islamic finance on a global scale, with Western banks also opening Islamic sections. Moreover, governments around the world are introducing new bills to incorporate Islamic banks into their financial systems.

This MSc Islamic Banking and Finance will provide the knowledge and analytical skills for you to explore and explain the principles and practices of Islamic banking and finance. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of the financial, economic and legal environments in which Islamic banking operates.

MSc Accounting This Masters course will allow you to gain an advanced understanding of accounting practices that are vital in the modern business world. The course is ideal if you want to pursue a successful career in a finance, accounting or management role. You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to effectively analyse, interpret and make decisions based on financial information. The course focuses on refining your business skills with an emphasis on accounting and assurance. It has been designed to allow you to develop a strong understanding of how financial data underpins the decision-making process, and how outcomes are effectively communicated and evaluated.


MSc Accounting and Finance with ACCA (subject to validation) This highly innovative course is designed for students who have passed (or who are exempt from) the Fundamentals Level papers of the ACCA Professional Qualification, and who wish to complete their ACCA Professional Level studies and obtain a Masters qualification simultaneously. The syllabus for each module is mapped to key parts of the syllabus of the equivalent ACCA paper. Students will cover the MSc syllabus and will then top up to the full ACCA syllabus. MSc assessments will be sat before the external ACCA exams, which are available at the beginning of December and June.

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Professional short courses The University offers a range of professional short courses that provide professional development in areas that include, computer forensics, information assurance and network defence.

Computer Forensics This one-day course provides a basic knowledge of digital forensic examinations, and shows how evidential findings are applied within criminal and civil cases. You will gain an overview of the tools and techniques used, the types of digital storage media likely to be encountered, and clear explanations of the terminology and software commonly found within cases involving computer evidence. The course also highlights the areas of law most relevant to cases involving digital forensic evidence. Finally, the course reviews the topics covered in relation to two actual cases.

Computer Incident Investigation and Analysis This one-day course is designed to give managers a detailed picture of many primary challenges that arise in leading an incident response team.

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Key topics include: communication inside and outside the incident response team; cryptographic and data protection issues; incident response team management issues such as hiring and media relations / team work environment; hotline and triage functions; incident response practices and strategies; information gathering methods; setting task priorities and balancing workloads; vulnerability assessment and intruder threats.

Forensic Readiness, Policies and Procedures This one-day course is designed to provide managers with a detailed understanding of the issues, tools and techniques associated with the creation and testing of forensic readiness, policies and procedures. Key topics include: an introduction to digital forensics; concepts and an overview of the key terms associated with forensic readiness and how these should be adopted by an organisation; the benefits of having a forensics readiness plan, risks of not having one and costs associated with forensic readiness; an examination

of the common principles for forensic readiness and how organisations should consider the extent of applicability of each principle; associated planning practices required for the creation of a suitable forensic readiness plan.

Information Assurance Governance This one-day course is designed to give managers a detailed understanding of the issues, tools and techniques associated with information assurance governance. Key topics include: corporate governance and risk management; information assurance and managing the risks; corporate information assurance and risk management.


Malicious Software Analysis This one-day course is designed to give managers a detailed understanding of the issues, tools and techniques associated with malicious software analysis. The course will help forensic investigators, incident responders and IT administrators acquire practical skills for examining malicious programs that target Microsoft Windows. This training also teaches how to reverse-engineer web browser malware implemented in JavaScript and Flash, as well as malicious documents, such as PDF and Microsoft Office files. The malware analysis process taught in this class helps incident responders assess the severity and repercussions of a situation that involves malicious software, and plan recovery steps.

Network Security and Network Defence This one-day course is designed to give managers a detailed understanding of the issues, tools and techniques associated with network security and network defence.

Key topics include: demonstration of a comprehensive and critical understanding of security architecture theory; attack mechanisms on networks; a critical and comprehensive analysis of the key technologies used to defend a network; how, where and why particular defence mechanisms are used; develop critical awareness and understanding for the application of defence mechanisms and methodologies; important research developments in security architectures and network defence.

Tiger Scheme This three-day course is designed to provide managers with a detailed understanding of the issues, tools and techniques associated with the QSTM/CTM qualification. Key topics include: legal and regulatory frameworks for security testing; reconnaissance techniques such as network scanning and OS finger printing; vulnerability identification and validation; understanding test errors and testing methodologies; introduction to exploitation and exploitation frameworks; web applications and OWASP. For further information about our London-based professional short courses, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/cpd

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English Pre-sessional University of South Wales courses require international students to have achieved an IELTS score of 6.0 for undergraduate degree courses (with at least 5.5 in each component) and 6.5 (with at least 5.5 in each component) for postgraduate study. The University’s London Centre offers a pre-sessional English course for students with an existing IELTS level below the required standard, to ensure they meet the required level for progression to academic study.

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These courses provide support and guidance to improve your Englishlanguage ability academically and socially, within a UK university environment. Our staff are qualified and professional teachers of the English language. They have lots of experience in working with international students, so they understand and are supportive of students’ needs and ambitions.

We offer a 10 week pre-sessional course at the London Centre. Entry to this course requires a minimum IELTS score of 5.0 or above. We currently have courses starting in October 2014 and July 2015. For more information, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/ international


Tuition Fees Finance and funding are important factors when choosing where and whether to study. At the University of South Wales, we offer specialist support and advice to help you make sense of it all.

Course fees 2014 / 2015 *

Living costs

Course

UK/EU

International

MA / MSc / LLM

£12,000

£12,000

BA (Hons) Top-up

£9,000

£11,300

Pre-sessional English (10 week course)

£3,250

Scholarships

It is difficult to estimate how much it will cost you to live and study in London, because so much depends on your lifestyle. The UK Border Agency suggests that students living in London should allow approximately £1,000 per month for their living costs. International students should also consider any additional costs of travelling to and from their home country.

Launch scholarships To celebrate the opening of the University of South Wales, London Centre, we are offering a variety of launch scholarships which are available for UK, EU and International students. The launch scholarships apply across a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses running at the London Centre for entry in October 2014 / February 2015. The launch scholarship values for 2014/15 entry are:

Course

UK/EU

International

MA / MSc / LLM

£3,500

£3,500

BA (Hons) (Top-up)

£750

£3,050

For detailed information on fees, funding and scholarships, including eligibility criteria and application deadlines, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/money Scholarships do not apply to the pre-sessional English course. *Per year of study.

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Student support and library services Our London Centre has its own library, providing a range of services and resources. These include a variety of study spaces, as well as access to books, journals, PCs and Wi-Fi. Many of our resources are available online too, so you can access e-books, e-journals, e-databases and check your library account. Students will also have free access to all City of London libraries. At the University of South Wales, we understand the needs of students and our Student Services department is available to offer you personal development through a range of services. The high standard of our student support has been recognised by the 2012 Times Higher Award for Outstanding Support for Students.* Our services are available to all students, no matter what campus they study at. We offer many kinds of personal support and you can access all information on UniLife, your personalised student portal. This includes information on career development, study skills development, health and wellbeing, and disability and dyslexia issues. Our Student Money Advice Team can also provide information on student funding, offering advice on everything from applying for a tuition fee grant to budgeting. www.southwales.ac.uk/london

*As University of Glamorgan.


Careers and employability Students can engage with our GradEdge programme, a University-wide programme aimed at the development of skills, careers and work placements. The Careers and Employability Service has a team of experienced advisers who work in partnership with academic colleagues to help with all aspects of your career. They will help you plan your career development and offer advice on how to make the most of your new qualification. Our online services range from helping with CVs and application forms to one-toone guidance via Skype. We have excellent links with leading UK and international employers, as well as smaller local and national companies, so we can help you find a way to advance in your chosen profession. Our staff are also able to help alumni with career advice after they have graduated.

To find out more about student support at our London Centre, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/support

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“ Demand has increased for better qualified and increasingly experienced employees. This new programme offers a unique opportunity for graduates to work for these companies and gain high level skills in the sector� Anne Middleton, HR Manager at Atradius

Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) The University offers employers an Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) scheme. APEL allows employees to use their experience and in some cases prior qualifications, to be mapped against modules and gain credits towards a number of our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. If all criteria are met, employees are exempt from the teaching, assessment and the cost of undertaking that module of study. We can also support the business development needs of those already working in the law and finance sectors. Your employees can now access APEL and gain credits towards a number of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications at our London Centre, including, MSc Finance, LLM International Commercial Law, and LLM Intellectual Property Law. For a full list of eligible courses and more information, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/apel

University of South Wales student H M Jakir Hassan undertaking a work placement at Atradius


Location: London Our London Centre is located at City Harbour, just two minutes walk from Crossharbour station on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), or a 15 minute walk from Canary Wharf Tube station on the Jubilee line.

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For more information about the London Centre and our location, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/location

We are located in the heart of one of the world’s top business and financial districts, which gives our students the ideal opportunity to network with local professionals.

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What makes London a great place to study? •

Around 6,000 restaurants with menus from over 70 countries and regions.

More than 300 museums and art galleries, many of them free to visit.

Over 160 international destinations have direct flights to London.

Stunning parks and gardens that offer an escape from the buzz of the city.

World-famous venues for live events, including the O2 Arena and Wembley Stadium.

Host city for the 2012 Olympic Games, London is home to a number of globally renowned professional sports teams and arenas, including six Barclays Premier League football clubs, Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Lord’s Cricket Ground and Twickenham rugby stadium.

To find out more about student life at the London Centre, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/life

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Student life in London By choosing to study at our London Centre, you can look forward to a fantastic experience as a student, combining excellent teaching and support services with the opportunity to study in the UK’s capital. Ranked as one of the top student cities in the world by the QS Best Student Cities list 2013, London is a bustling and cosmopolitan city. It is an ideal place to live and study, with a diverse social scene, lively nightlife, vibrant culture, sports, fantastic shopping and wealth of sightseeing opportunities. Students at our London Centre can take advantage of discounted rates at a number of nearby sporting facilities, including the Lucozade Powerleague Docklands 5 a side football centre and Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre.

Accommodation At the University of South Wales, London Centre, we have developed partnerships with local accommodation providers in and around central London. This enables us to offer a fantastic range of affordable, centrally located accommodation, all of which provides a safe, secure and sociable base for your university experience. A number of accommodation options are available to suit your requirements and budget. These include student halls of residence, and rooms in private sector accommodation around London.

For more information about accommodation options in London, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/accommodation

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For further details or to complete an application, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/apply

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Entry requirements The entry requirements for courses offered at the London Centre vary, depending on the level of study and nature of the course. Find out more, including specific requirements for international applicants, at www.southwales.ac.uk/london.

How to apply Undergraduate and postgraduate study UK/EU applicants Applications for full or part-time study on postgraduate, undergraduate or top-up courses at our London Centre should me made directly at: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/apply International applicants For more information about the application process for our London Centre, including recognised qualifications, English language requirements and our network of in-country representatives, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/international

Professional short courses To register for one of our professional short courses in computer forensics, information assurance and network defence, visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london/cpd

General enquiries For all general enquiries about courses and applying to study at the London Centre, E-mail: londonenquiries@southwales.ac.uk Call: +44 (0) 20 3600 0002

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What next? If you are interested in studying at the University of South Wales in London, why not come and find out more? We hold a number of open events and online information sessions throughout the year. These provide a great opportunity to speak to academics about our courses, and to find out more about the benefits of studying with us.

Book your place today Visit: www.southwales.ac.uk/london Call: +44 (0) 20 3600 0002

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