Update on coronavirus – 12 March 2020

You may be aware that there have been a number of new cases confirmed in Wales.  As a university we are taking the coronavirus pandemic very seriously and want to reassure you that our Incident Management Team is working tirelessly around the clock to monitor the situation daily.

We understand your concerns at this time, but want to ensure you that there is a lot being done behind the scenes in preparation for dealing with this outbreak.  We have just updated our Q&A’s on the website, this will continue to be updated as and when new questions arise.

As a precautionary measure, we will stop all student and staff travel abroad for the time being, and assess the position of any individuals who are currently overseas.

If you have been advised to, or have indeed chosen, to self-isolate for any reason you are asked to contact myunihub@swansea.ac.uk as soon as possible. This is so that we can offer you advice and support.

Swansea University advice remains the same and that is to follow the guidance given by Public Health Wales and to follow a strict hygiene routine as advised by the World Health Organisation

If you have any further questions that you would like answered please email myunihub@swansea.ac.uk.


Kind regards


Thursday March 12th, 2020

Posted In: Messages, Welfare


  • Roger says:

    Just tried to email question to myuinhub@swansea.ac.uk but server bounced email as undeliverable.

    Who do I contact about my daughter who is on joint honours with you and on her year in France?

    • Student Communications Officer says:

      Hi Roger

      Sorry to hear you have had difficulty in emailing us. MyUniHub is the correct place to contact in the first instance, however it looks as though you might have a typo in the email address, the correct email is myunihub@swansea.ac.uk. You can also ring them on 01792 606000.

      Kind regards

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