For teaching block two (January until April) you will continue to be taught in a ‘blended’ way. This means that some of your teaching will be done online and some will be on campus.
We appreciate that not all students will be able to join us on campus in January and therefore you may, where applicable, choose to study your programme online (exceptions may include some courses in the School of Medicine and College of Human & Health Sciences).
We continue to encourage students to join us in Swansea, as soon as circumstances allow, being in Swansea is a valuable part of your student journey with us.
Please ensure you contact your College/School if your plans for intended arrival have changed to ensure you are able to continue your programme online.
Current International & EU Students who have not yet arrived
If you intend to apply for the Graduate Route (post study work visa) after your studies, you should ensure that you are mindful of the requirements for this. Currently, UKVI state that in order to be eligible to apply you must be in receipt of a Student visa, be in the UK (having arrived before April 6th 2021 and have completed your final semester in the UK). Please regularly check the Graduate Route information as this could impact on your decisions when assessing your personal circumstances, visa application timings and travel plans.
EU students will receive a separate email regarding immigration after the 1st January 2021 and any action they may choose to take before then. Information can also be found via the EU/EEA/Swiss webpages.
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