Guidance – for those arriving at the University from areas with local restrictions: Local lockdown measures have been implemented in some areas of the UK in response to spikes in Covid-19 infections.

If you live in an area that is subject to a local lockdown, you must follow the advice given in that local area. For some local lockdowns, travelling to an educational institution is an exemption and you are therefore free to travel to Swansea University for your studies.  However, you must not attend if you have symptoms of Covid-19 and follow public health advice on isolation and testing.

More information on local lockdown measures can be found on the following pages:

Northern Ireland

You can let us know about your plans to engage online with your studies when you enrol. If you have already enrolled you can change your engagement method with your studies via your intranet profile. Please select ‘Other’ as your reason for online engagement and then put ‘Local Lockdown’ in the free text box.

University Accommodation

If you are planning to move into University Halls of Residence, then we will hold your accommodation for you.

Please contact to let us know you will be delayed.

Private Accommodation

We recommend that you make contact with any landlords or agencies that you may have booked private accommodation with as soon as you can, to let them know you will be delayed.

The MyUniSupport team are here to help assist you with any queries or concerns that you might have and to support you in transitioning to blended delivery.

We ask you to let us know when your anticipated date for transitioning to blended (face to face) provision will be by email. When you do transition to blended learning you will need to change your engagement method via your intranet profile under the Covid-19 tab.

Please contact us at with any queries and we will be happy to help.

Thursday September 10th, 2020

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