University of South Wales
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The University of South Wales ((ウェールズ語:Prifysgol De Cymru)) is a university in Wales. It was formed on 11 April 2013 from the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport. The university can trace its roots to the founding of the Newport Mechanics Institute in 1841. At formation it was reported that the university had more than 33,500 students from 122 countries and was then the sixth largest in the United Kingdom and the largest in Wales.〔USW Annual Review 2013〕 However the Office of the Independent Adjudicator stated that, in 2013, the number of students was 29,875 The Higher Education Statistics Agency reported student total numbers of for the academic year ( in the UK).
The name for the university was chosen following a research exercise amongst interested parties and announced in December 2012 by the prospective vice-chancellor of the university, Julie Lydon. The foundation of the new university dates back to 1841 when the Newport Mechanics Institute was formed, which later become the University of Wales, Newport. In 1913 South Wales and Monmouthshire school of mines was formed which in 1992 gained the status of University of Glamorgan.
The vice-chancellor of the university, Julie Lydon, was awarded an OBE for services to higher education in Wales in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours.
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