Please click here for important information regarding Covid-19 entry requirements and safety measures for the Winter Degree and Award Congregations taking place from 7th-9th December 2021. It is important that you familiarise yourself with the procedures and requirements if you are attending the event.
For entry, you will need to demonstrate your COVID-19 status by providing either:
Additionally, we recommend that you take a lateral flow test no more than 48 hours before attending as a precautionary measure. Lateral flow test kits can be collected from: (more…)
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday December 2nd, 2021
All staff and students should now wear face coverings while indoors in learning and teaching environments, unless exempt. Including:
Please see our full guidance document on face coverings for more information.
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping the University a safe space for all.
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.
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday November 25th, 2021
Participation@CampusLife offers additional support to eligible estranged students to help transition into university, focus on studies and graduate successfully. We provide information, advice, and guidance on all aspects of university life, so students are able to make informed decisions about their future at Swansea University and beyond. (more…)
Student Communications Officer Monday November 22nd, 2021
Disability History Month is a campaign that celebrates the lives of disabled people present and past. The aim of the UK disability history month campaign is to challenge ableism and disablism and to work towards achieving equality for disabled people.
2021 marks the 12th year of this campaign in the UK! Help us celebrate and raise awareness for Disability History Month, by getting involved in our events/activities.
Keep an eye on the Students’ Union website and their socials to find out more information in the coming days.
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday November 18th, 2021
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