Please remember- Face coverings are mandatory in most indoor public places across Wales.

What is the University position on wearing a face covering?

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As a reasonable measure, face coverings must be worn in the following scenarios unless you are exempt;

  • In all University areas accessible to the public including: foyers, reception areas, corridors, lifts, stairways, conveniences, shops and libraries.
  • When 2m social distancing cannot be maintained (unless it has been identified in a risk assessment that this would be unsafe).
  • When moving around a space such as an open plan office, learning and teaching environment or catering venue.
  • Where identified on a risk assessment as an appropriate control measure.
  • When requested, where there are clinically extremely vulnerable students or staff or those who are at increased risk from COVID-19, including those who were previously shielding.


Monday September 20th, 2021

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Infographic explaining that students should nominate themselves to become a Subject Rep from 20th September until 8th October.

You can nominate yourself to become a Swansea University Subject Rep during our election period, between 20th September and 8th October.

So, what exactly is a Subject Rep?

Subject Reps play a huge part of the Students’ Union Education Zone, which exists to ensure students are happy with their education and have a say on their own academic life. (more…)

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We’ve arranged a HUGE variety of virtual events for you this year!

From cooking classes, wellbeing workshops, fitness classes and bingo… there’s something for everyone.

Best of all…. They are FREE to all Swansea students.

Take a look below and pick out what you like!

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We are asking all students to take part in asymptomatic COVID-19 tests before you return to University and whilst at University. This will help those who are asymptomatic but could spread the virus know that they have to self-isolate. We strongly recommend you take part in the asymptomatic tests to help keep our university community safe and help keep campus activity safe and open.

The tests are available free of charge. (more…)

Friday September 17th, 2021

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Please be aware that due to Arrivals week, buses are not going into Hendrefoelan Student Village (HSV) or Bay Campus until Monday the 20th of September.

For those wishing to catch the Uni Bus from Hendrefoilan, please use the bus stop next to the roundabout at the bottom of the road.

For Bay Campus, buses will not enter the campus but will instead stop on the main road (Fabian Way) outside the campus.

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