STUDY IN SWANSEA
A GREAT PART OF BRITAIN!
Swansea is a vibrant student city that offers something for
everyone. With thriving cultural and sporting scenes, exciting
night life, stunning coastal scenery and tranquil parks, Swansea
is the ideal place to study abroad.
WHY STUDY AT SWANSEA UNIVERSITY?
Home to more than 15,000 students from over 120 countries, Swansea University
is large enough to offer a wide range of academic and social activities, yet small
enough to ensure a close sense of community.
Swansea University has hosted international students on study abroad programmes
for over 20 years and offers experienced academic and administrative support to
exchange and visiting students.
The University offers a wide range of modules in diverse subject areas from the
n College of Engineering n College of Arts & Humanities
n College of Science n College of Business, Economics & Law
Visit the module catalogue for a full list of what is available:
Visit the accomodation website for details of student housing options:
Year or semester (September and January intakes)
n We welcome both exchange and fee paying visiting students through the Erasmus
scheme, exchange agreements and on direct enrolment programmes. Please
check with your home university co-ordinator or the following website to see
which of these options is most suitable for you www.swansea.ac.uk/exchange
n We also offer a two week pre-sessional introductory course in ‘British Culture and
Politics Since 1945’ in September and January before the start of the regular
term. Please see website for details www.swansea.ac.uk/pre-sessional
large enough to offer a wide range of academic
and social activities, yet small enough to ensure
a close sense of community
SWANSEA - THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
n The University is located on Swansea Bay, a 5 mile stretch of stunning coastline
and is a 10 minute walk from the city centre.
n To the west of the University is the Gower Peninsula, which was designated
the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK. It is home to some of
the world’s best beaches; Rhossili beach was voted “Best Beach in the
UK 2010”; in 2011 Port Eynon beach was voted “Best Beach in UK 2011”;
the nearby Pembrokeshire coastline was rated “Second Best Coastal
Destination in the World” by National Geographic.
n Swansea is located just three hours from London and has excellent transport
links to the capital and other major UK cities.
n The £70 million Meridian Quay development is home to Wales’
n A 2009 survey ranked Swansea sixth in the UK for student safety (Complete
n The region boasts countless medieval castles and historic
n Home to Swansea City Football Club -
Wales’ first team to be in the Premier
for more information on how to apply:
T: 0044 1792 606850
Facebook.com/Study Abroad@Swansea University