bus stop road markingsDue to some emergency works at HSV as part of demolition,  buses are unable to access the site today up until Monday.

However, the bus service is accessible form the main road where it will pick up and drop off.

Please note: The Cymru coach will also drop off and pick up at the main road tonight.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Friday November 26th, 2021

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Are you looking for festive fun in Swansea?

There are lots to do and see such as visiting the Christmas markets and the Waterfront Museum Park. Christmas is the most magical time of the year in Swansea!

Take a look at the 2021 festive season link below to find out what’s in store!

Enjoy Swansea Bay Events – What’s on in Swansea Bay (visitswanseabay.com)

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hubThe MyUniHub service will close earlier than normal at midday for students and staff on Friday 3rd December 2021. The closure will affect our desk service in the Tower Information Centre as well as our remote service including the phone and live chat.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Our normal service will resume from 8.30 am on Monday 6th December 2021.

Our normal hours are listed here.

Thursday November 25th, 2021

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ListDiscovery is working with Age Cymru this winter in an aim to make Christmas a little brighter for older people in Wales. They are launching their appeal to ask everyone to fill a wrapped shoe box with gifts or donate one, two or as many items as they can within our acceptable list.

Christmas can be the best time of year for some, but for others it can be very lonely especially for many older people who do not have family close by to visit them. Having a gift on Christmas day to open can make a huge difference. (more…)

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Unless you are exempt, face coverings are mandatory in all areas accessible to the public, this includes all foyers, reception areas, shops, libraries, corridors, stairways, lifts, conveniences and where 2m social distancing cannot be maintained.

Our Face Covering Information Sheet provides detailed information on the University expectations with regards to the wearing of face coverings.

If a student or member of staff has a medical condition or disability and is exempt from wearing a face covering or mask, they can choose to wear a sunflower lanyard, carry an exemption card or download a digital exemption on to a mobile phone, and not feel anxious about being challenged for not wearing a face covering.

We are continuously adding to our student FAQs so please visit our web pages for the latest guidance.

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