University of Glamorgan Accommodation
With 730 en-suite bedrooms Glamorgan Court offers good quality accommodation at a competitive rate.
Each flat consists of six bedrooms and a communal kitchen.
Late arrivals will appreciate the Reception Lodge House which is open 24hours a day. There is also free parking at Glamorgan Court.
Established in 1918 as the Treforest School of Miners it is now one of the leading providers of vocational higher education in Wales.The university of Glamorgan has grown considerably to accommodate over 15,000 students.
Our compact campus situated on a beautiful hillside overlooking the picuturesque Taff Valley. The tranquil background provides an ideal mix for business or pleasure, being just minutes away from the Europe's fastest growing capital, Cardiff.
For those who enjoy the great out doors, on the the University's doorstep you'll find some of Britains most stunning countryside, including Brecon Beacons National Park, a designated area of outstanding beauty. The choice of pursuits in the region is vast, from walking, riding and canoeing to rock climbing, water-skiing and gliding.
South Wales is noted for its collection of castels from the picturesque and romantic Castle Coch set upon the forested hillside through to the protecting, imposing castle set right in the city centre.
The nearby Rhondda Heritage Park is an actual former coal mine recreating a gruelling underground life.
The Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagons is one of Europe's leading open-air museums, a living village repersenting Wales through the ages.
The University of Glamorgan is just 20 minutes north of of Europe's fastest growing capital,Cardiff. Cardiff is growing at an ever-increasing rate making it one of the most vibrant new cities in the UK, hoping to achieve capital culture 2008. It is also the home city for the Millenium Stadium, which hosted the Rugby World Cup.