The Money@CampusLife drop-in session on Tuesday 31st January on Bay Campus is cancelled.

Normal service will resume on Thursday 2nd February.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

If you have an urgent query, please contact the office by telephone: 01792 606699 or email:

Monday January 30th, 2017

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We are very pleased to tell you that the Bay Campus bus shelters are being erected next week-Monday 30th of January until Friday 3rd of February.

Please note however :

No buses will stop at theses stops during this time. All buses will stop at the bus shelter directly outside the Bay Campus.

Friday January 27th, 2017

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Check out Discovery’s Week of Work programme to get involved in short taste of volunteering in the community. Whether you are interested in working with older people, younger people or are better with a paint brush or shears we’ve got something for everyone! For more information or to sign yourself up get in touch with or pop into the office!

Interested in learning new skills and having fun whilst improving your CV? The Supported Volunteering Scheme pairs students with volunteers with learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Conditions and/or mental health issues to support them in various tasks in the organisation.

Volunteers need to commit to a weekly slot in term time in order for everyone involved to get the best out of it. Email Kirsty on  by 10th February for an application form!

Applications are now open for Swansea Siavonga Partnership Summer programme trip to Siavonga in Zambia. Discovery Student Volunteering Swansea  has been working with the Siavonga Nutrition Group, The University of Zambia, schools and women’s groups in Siavonga for 8 years. We have strong relationships and work closely with the community in Siavonga to design a month of volunteering that responds to their expressed needs.

A small group of students spend most of July in Zambia, supported by Discovery staff. They design workshops on topics that the people in Siavonga have asked us to address and work closely with volunteers from Siavonga Nutrition group, students from the University of Zambia to deliver them to schools and women’s groups.

This is an amazing opportunity to be part of a sustainable, locally lead development project. You are well supported but are expected to take a full role in planning and delivering workshops.

Previous students have said;

‘’[this project gives you] freedom to choose your project, it gives responsibility and meaning to volunteering more than any other set volunteering project’’

‘’Every minute felt like it had purpose and meaning’’

‘’Overall, this was an amazing and character building experience that took me out of my comfort zone but was hugely rewarding. I would do it again in a heartbeat.’’

The total cost of the tip is £1600 but eligible first and second year students, Masters and PHD students who will be continuing their study in Swansea in Autumn 2018 can usually get a £600 bursary to help with this.

To apply, or for more information, email or pop in to our office in Fulton House for a chat.

Finally, please have a look at our latest blog post –

Thursday January 26th, 2017

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Any student(s) who think they have a great business idea can register for the chance to win £250 from Santander to try the idea out.

All that is required is to tell our expert judges (including representatives from Santander) in 60 seconds what your business idea is and what the £250 can do for you.

Top pitches get £250 and 4 months to trade risk free!



When: Wednesday February 1st 2017

Time: 2pm

Where: CBE 239, School of Management, Bay Campus

To register your place:


We look forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

IfEL Enterprise Team

Tuesday January 24th, 2017

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Winning image 2016: Mirror of Heaven: Byzantine Silverware in Use by Heaven Hunter-Crawley

The ‘Research as Art’ Competition 2017 is now open with a deadline of 8th April 2017. Research as Art gives you, the researcher, member of staff or student, an opportunity to capture the humanity and beauty of your research with both an image and a short narrative.

The competition is open to all staff and researchers from undergraduate to professor; studying, working or supporting research in any field or discipline. This includes Arts and Humanities, Engineering, Human and Health Sciences, Law, Medicine, Science and Management. Everything!

Why should you enter?

  • Communication and recognition; an opportunity to engage and enthuse the public with your research
  • Your entry will be shown at international, national and local venues
  • Have your research promoted through the University website, external project links and social media
  • Your entry will be judged by a distinguished panel of UK journalists, researchers and photographers
  • Each entry is reproduced on postcards for you to use to promote your research.
  • Previous entries have been selected for inclusion in numerous university publications including Swansea University Momentum and as the university Christmas card

How to apply

  • Capture a visual representation of your research as a JPEG and TIFF file
  • Give it a title
  • Write a short compelling paragraph – about the research, the human aspect…whatever you feel makes for an interesting snapshot or narrative of your research (150 words)
  • Complete an application form
  • Send your entries to: by closing date of 8th April 2017

More details on the competition and how to enter plus images of previous year’s entries can be found at SURF Research as Art.

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