Male studentAre you looking for an alternative space on campus where you can study quietly?

Take a look on the MyUni webpages. You’ll find information about informal study spaces that you can make use of, both within, and outside of core teaching hours.

Protect yourself and those around you. Make sure you read the safety information sheet before using the spaces.

Tuesday January 25th, 2022

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Female walking with phoneWe are pleased to announce that Zoom phone will be live on 31st January and the Alcatel and Soft phone will be retired.

Can you please ensure you have downloaded the application and are fully set up to use the Zoom phone. Handsets will be swapped out and new hardware delivered as required by 28th January. (more…)

Monday January 24th, 2022

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Timetables have now been released for teaching block two and we can confirm teaching will commence as planned. As stated last term, there will be more face-to-face in person teaching and more opportunities to engage with other students in academic environments.

All students are expected to return to campus in January to engage with in-person teaching provision and research, however a small exception has been made for our international students, where their programmes allow, who are unable to travel to Swansea. International students who are not able to travel to Swansea are advised to get here as soon as they possibly can and no later than the 6th April. 

Welsh Government believe education is a priority and expects education settings to be operating and providing access to in-person education with appropriate risk assessments and mitigations in place. We have therefore increased face-to-face teaching whilst ensuring health and safety guidelines are in place to protect our students and staff. (more…)

Thursday January 20th, 2022

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Students smiling and walking Thank you for continuing to follow the rules and helping to keep Wales safe! Your efforts really are making a difference.

The Welsh Government has set out its plan to move Wales into Alert Level 0.

What does alert level 0 mean?

From 21st January, Wales will move to Alert Level 0 for all outdoor activities. This means there will be no limits on the number of people who can take part in outdoor activities:

  • Crowds will be able to return to outdoor sporting events
  • Outdoor hospitality would be able to operate without additional reasonable measures.
  • The Covid Pass will be required for entry to larger outdoor events.

If the number of new cases continues to decline, from Friday January 28, Wales will move to Alert Level 0 for all indoor activities: (more…)

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Heart on handThe Welsh Blood Service are calling all potential blood donors and current donors.

Several clinics will be available in your area and will be taking place at the following venues:

Swansea Village Hotel: January 27th and 28th

February 24th and 25th

Swansea.Com Stadium: February 3rd and 10th

Please click on the link below to start your life saving journey.

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