Societies and volunteers have faced plenty of challenge over 2020-21 with the Covid-19 Pandemic and it’s impact on student life. Even though plans have changed, we still encourage you to apply for NSVAs regardless! The judging panels will be considering this in every nomination.
For all categories except The Extra Mile Award, students can self-nominate or nominations can come from someone else (EG. volunteering team staff or the students’ union).
Click HERE to nominate. Please note that nominations close the 7th of April at 4pm!
Student Communications Coordinator 03:57 PM
As a result of Covid-19 and the subsequent economic downturn, students graduating in 2019 or 2020 have entered an unprecedented labour market with many of them sadly finding their career plans now on hold. In response to this, HEFCW have awarded Swansea funds to roll out a new Graduate Support Programme. (more…)
Student Communications Officer 11:03 AM
Police Constable Recruitment Campaign
Monday 8th March: 14:00 – 15:30
The South Wales Police BAME Recruitment Team will give an overview of the upcoming Police Constable Recruitment campaign, what you can expect from the job, what qualifications you need and the process of application. Officers will also be available for a Q&A at the end. (more…)
11-11.40am:Introduction, opening remarks from Professor Martin Stringer (Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education), SU support
12-12.40pm: CampusLife – Money and Welfare talk
1-1.40pm: Employability Skills – Swansea Employability Academy
2-4pm: Never Too Late: Panel Talk – Dr. Richard Thomas, Dr. Allaina Kilby and Professor Emerita Kate Bullen
Student Communications Officer 03:35 PM
The Swansea Employability Academy needs your help…
Student Communications Officer 09:44 AM
© Swansea University
Hosted by Information Services and Systems, Swansea University