Tcha Limberger has become recognised as one of the most prominent and important figures in folk music of the Carpathian Basin. His trio concentrates on the style considered to be the most beautiful of all Hungarian music.
Student Communications Coordinator Monday June 13th, 2016
From the 1 September 2016 the University Senior Management Team has authorised the extension of University Parking Permits to certain categories of Students. It has been decided that the policy will not differentiate between undergraduate or post graduate students, but given the limited parking at Swansea University the approval will based on need. The following criteria apply:
Cost of Student permits will equate to Staff Salary Band A, which is currently £44 per academic year.
Finally, all students with a vehicle at University will be able to access both University Campuses from 1600 to 0800 daily and all day on weekends free of charge. However, to ensure the Automatic Number Plate Recognition System (ANPR) recognises their vehicle they will need to apply for a student permit for which an administration fee of £5 is applicable. Application forms can be obtained from the Estates Reception Office or e mailing Estates-CarParking@swansea.ac.uk
It should be noted that for this particular category the ANPR system will automatically issue a Parking Charge Notice to the registered keeper of the vehicle if the vehicle parks on either campus outside the authorised times.
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Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Thursday June 9th, 2016
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This July the world is coming to Swansea with the FISU World University Championship Rugby Sevens tournament!
Between 7th and 9th July, the future stars of Rugby Sevens will compete at Swansea University in the 7th annual World University Rugby Sevens tournament. 20 teams from across the globe will be competing at Swansea University’s International Sports Village on Sketty Lane.
With Rugby Sevens making its debut this year in the Rio Olympics in August, this is a great way to kick off an exciting summer of sport and see the next Olympians in the making.
The level of competition will be at its greatest this year, with Team GB men defending their title. The tournament includes both men’s and women’s teams from across the globe including New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Canada, France and Argentina!
As well as getting to watch the very best in Rugby 7s competition, event spectators will also get to take part in a whole host of exciting activities in a fun-packed Spectator Village.
On Thursday (7th July) and Friday (8th July) we are offering students complementary entry to the tournament with a valid student ID shown at the gates. Games begin at 9am and run until 18:35 both days. Saturday (9th July) will be the semi-finals and finals with tickets £3-£5.
Join us this July and welcome the world to Swansea while enjoying world class Rugby! For more information please go to http://wucrugby2016.com/
The Admissions Office is recruiting staff to work in August during the busy Confirmation & Clearing Period. It’s the time of year when the Admissions Office processes all Swansea University applicants’ examination results and also receives thousands of phone-calls from applicants who are looking for a place through Clearing.
We are looking for current undergraduate and postgraduate students who will be available during August (weekends too) to be part of the Team dealing with the telephone queries and using the Admissions computer database to create records for clearing enquirers and to check the database to advise current applicants on their application status. Other duties will involve filing, checking exam results and making follow up phone calls to applicants to advise on the process and to promote the University.
The dates you MUST be for available would be: Saturday 13th August, then Monday 15th August through to Friday 26th August (including the weekend, so you’ll need to be available to work for this entire period, although you won’t be working every single day – a rota will be in place!)
The rate of pay will be £8.77 p/h – you must have a National Insurance number in order to be paid by the University. There will also be a paid training session the week beginning 8th August, but the dates are to be confirmed. Training will be mandatory.
Minimum Requirements include:
Full Time Student of Swansea University.
The ability to speak fluent English
Excellent keyboard and computer navigation skills.
Good communication skills and telephone manner
The ability to work under pressure in a busy environment.
Availability for the required period of work.
Preferably we would like you to have some kind of relevant work experience such as working in a call centre or office environment.
To apply for this position please fill out the following application form https://swansea.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/admissions-office-summer-work-application-form-2016
and submit it by Friday 1st July. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Communications Coordinator Wednesday June 8th, 2016
On the 4th July 2016, Swansea University will host a Gala Concert to officially mark the opening of the Great Hall. Swansea University have a number of tickets available for students, who are invited to apply through a ballot system. Please click here to apply https://swansea.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/gala-concert-ballot-application-students
Please note the deadline for applications is 9am Friday 10th June 2016.
Student Communications Coordinator Monday June 6th, 2016
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