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…)
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday January 20th, 2022
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Student Communications Coordinator Friday January 14th, 2022
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Student Communications Officer Monday January 10th, 2022
Happy New Year and a very warm welcome to any new students joining Swansea University.
To kick start the new year we wanted to share some helpful travel advice and information.
24 hour bus services are back!
Timetables and further info can be found here.
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Friday January 7th, 2022
We would like to wish all our students a Happy New Year; we hope that you had a restful Christmas.
As you will be aware, the Covid situation remains serious, with cases expected to continue rising following Christmas and New Year. The Welsh Government has introduced a number of new restrictions to help stop the spread of the virus, and the most up-to-date guidance can be found here.
Welsh Government have confirmed there is no barrier to international students coming to study in Wales beyond the testing and travel requirements so we are looking forward to welcoming both Home and International students to Swansea University following the Christmas vacation.
Please see below for a summary of important information and changes that will affect our students. (more…)
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