Unicaf has partnered with the University of South Wales to offer a variety of courses.
The University of South Wales is one of the largest in the UK, offering more opportunities and better prospects for students.
The University leads the agenda across a number of industries with Faculties including:
- Business and Society
- Computing, Engineering and Science
- Creative Industries
- Life Sciences and Education
Unicaf is part of an educational organisation (EDEX) which has campuses and learning centres at international locations including Cyprus, Greece, Romania, China and Africa. Unicaf works in partnership with a number of well renowned partners such as the University of South Wales in the delivery of transnational education.
Unicaf is one of the most generous scholarship programmes available. The programme supports students that are domiciled in Africa and provides opportunities for studies towards the online programmes offered in partnership with the University of South Wales at a much lower cost.
The primary objective of the Unicaf Scholarships Programme is to make education affordable for students from Africa and to provide opportunities to African students to pursue advanced academic studies and to earn internationally recognized qualifications.
Programmes offered have a strong professional and vocational focus delivered with an international perspective to ensure that students are prepared for work in the global marketplace and receive a return on their education investment. Unicaf, as the University of South Wales on-line delivery partner, makes the University’s programmes available online or through Supported Open Learning, providing a state of the art e-learning environment and personal student and academic teaching and support.
The partners have extensive experience in the provision of quality, innovative teaching and learning and the provision of continuing professional development which is a vital element in a European strategy to provide a quality HE experience in a climate of austerity and severe budgetary pressures.
The University of South Wales is responsible for the academic quality of the programmes and it awards the degrees.
For more information visit the University of South Wales website.