Coming to the end of your undergraduate degree but interested in continuing your studies? Our Information Evening provides an informal event offering the chance to find out more about postgraduate study at Swansea University. Staff from each of our 7 Academic Colleges will be on hand to discuss postgraduate taught and research course options. There will also be the opportunity to get expert advice on applications, funding, and careers. To book your place, visit: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/open-days/
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3 Films and shows at Taliesin w/c Monday 25 April
Highlight of the week is the SU-TV Short Film Festival on Friday. We also have two great new films, the thriller Triple 9 (15) and the chilling documentary Welcome to Leith (15). Not to forget Lucia di Lammermoor from Royal Opera House.
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Student Communications Coordinator Tuesday April 19th, 2016
Spring has sprung and there’s never been a better time to be a student at Swansea University!
All you have to do is share a photo on social media and tag it with #SwanseaUniLife include a short caption and the name of your college for a chance to be shortlisted.
You can enter any photograph that represents why you love being a student at Swansea in spring, this could include; the beach, park, friends, campus, sporting events, the opportunities are endless!
What’s your special Swansea in spring moment?
The competition closing date is 20th May 2016.
All photos will be shortlisted by a panel and added to Facebook for an online vote on 30th May.
There are 14 Awards up for nomination. They are as follows:
Full-Time Staff Member of the Year
Best Student-Led Campaign
Best Student-Led Event
Subject Rep of the Year
College Rep of the Year
Part-Time Officer of the Year
Culture and Diversity Award
Best New Society
Most Improved Society
Society of the Year
Sports Club of the Year
Outstanding Contribution to Student Media
Individual Contribution Award
Ben Lockwood Award
Everyone is invited to the awards ceremony in June to celebrate with the nominees.
To make your nomination, simply click here and follow the instructions in the form. You can nominate more than one person/group for each award, but remember, it’s the quality and not the quantity of nominations that are taken into account by the Award Judges.
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Monday April 18th, 2016
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For all students who signed up to join the SEA Academy SPIN, WoW and Santander placement programmes in February/March 2016….You must now attend one of the following preparatory Employability Bootcamps (just turn up, no pre-booking necessary).
If you have already attended a Bootcamp (or, when is was ‘Master Class’), you do not need to attend these sessions – you are already being considered for placements this academic year. The first Bootcamp is being held on Monday, 25th April 2016, 6pm – 7.30pm, at the Great Hall (Lecture Theatre GH049), at the Bay Campus. The second is being held on Tuesday, 26th April 2016, 6pm – 7.30pm, in the Faraday Lecture Theatre, on Park Campus. If you have a legitimate reason as to why you cannot attend either Bootcamp, please email email@example.com in advance of the event to be excused and sent the session slides to read in your own time. If you do not turn up, without being excused, you cannot be considered for a work placement unless you reapply next academic year.
SEA Placement Officers deliver these sessions which focus on the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of the work place, to prepare you for placement, as well as providing you with vital information relevant to applying for graduate roles, such as a mock assessment centre exercise.
We may also have some guest speakers for the first time. You do not need to prepare for these sessions. We look forward to meeting you! Questions and queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Activities will include helping students move into their accommodation, assisting in the Welcome Fair and greeting new students and their families.
Arriving in University is an incredibly exciting time but can be a little daunting, so why not help new students feel welcome?
You must be available to attend a meeting on Wednesday 21st September and Arrivals Weekend on the 23rd and 24th of September.
If you would like to volunteer please fill out the form below and tell us which campus you’d like to help at and what you’d like to do.
It is a great opportunity to meet new people and to add to your CV!
The deadline for applications is 1st July.
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