We are very proud of our students and, to celebrate the achievements of our Summer Class of 2021, virtual celebratory messages from the Vice-Chancellor, your College/School, and the Students’ Union will be available for you to view on Wednesday 28 July 2021 and will be a wonderful way of honouring your time at Swansea University. (more…)
Student Communications Officer Tuesday July 27th, 2021
To improve consistency across the University and ensure parity of student experience we are making changes to our University structure. The new structure will consist of three new Faculties instead of the existing eight Colleges.
The new faculties are:
Within these new Faculties will sit Schools and Disciplines, you can see the full structure relating to your study here. Please note the structure of The College, Swansea University will not be changing. (more…)
Swansea Council is funding the initiative to support families and boost retail, leisure and tourism as Swansea emerges from lockdown.
It will also help reduce emissions and congestion by encouraging people onto buses rather than using their car every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
The initiative will run from July 30 to August 30 and is part of the Council’s £20m Recovery Plan, aimed at supporting families and boosting the local economy following the pandemic. The free travel offer also includes a special Sunday service to and from Gower which the Council recently announced.
The Council is working with the city’s bus operators to ensure passengers can travel safely and that all necessary Covid precautions are put in place. (more…)
Student Communications Coordinator Wednesday July 21st, 2021
If you have not already done so, you are able to activate your Gradintel account via your MyUni dashboard using the Gradintel panel and following the instructions!
Click HERE to access.
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We will be marking the efforts and achievements of all students who are finishing their degree this summer with virtual celebrations on 28 July. The online event can be accessed here.
These virtual celebrations are not a replacement for a formal graduation ceremony, which you will still have at a later date. In the meantime, we want to ensure that everyone can celebrate their achievements and for us to congratulate you on your success.
In 2020, we made the difficult decision to postpone our traditional graduation ceremonies owing to the coronavirus pandemic. However, we recognise the significance and importance of in-person graduation ceremonies as an opportunity for you to celebrate your achievements with family, friends, and University staff, and we remain committed to ensuring ceremonies are rearranged at a time when is safe for large scale events such as these to resume. We are currently planning for graduation ceremonies to take place in 2022, which will be subject to government guidance and public health advice at that time. (more…)
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