This year’s Varsity will be held in Swansea, and the Men’s Rugby Union’s fiery fight for the Cup will be in the Liberty Stadium.

Swansea University sports teams will go head-to-head with Cardiff University in the biggest student event of the year.

Throughout the week, students will compete in over 40 different sports for the Varsity Shield, including Ultimate Frisbee, swimming, golf, fencing, squash, boxing, basketball, and hockey.

Most of the games will take place in the Sports Village in Sketty Lane on Wednesday 25th April, before the big rugby final at Liberty Stadium at 7pm.

We’ll be fighting to retain the Varsity Shield after winning for the first time in Varsity history last year.

Gwyn Aled Rennolf, our Sports Officer, said: “We’re really excited to be the home team for the Welsh Varsity tournament this year. Our fans always get behind the players but there’s something extra special about playing in front of a home crowd. Our players have been training really hard and we’re certain we’ll be keeping the Shield in Swansea”.

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Wednesday January 31st, 2018

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During the University’s ambitious Campus Development Programme, there will be ongoing construction and development activity taking place across our campuses.

We are working together with key stakeholders to ensure impact on campus users is minimised.

We thank you for your patience and understanding and apologise for any inconvenience.

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Estates & Facilities Management Customer Services on (29)5240 or email:

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Maths and Stats Success (MASS) is a service offered to all students at Swansea University who mass_newsneed help with the maths/stats element in their course. It doesn’t matter whether maths/stats is a small or large element of your course.

Informal drop in sessions are timetabled in the week at both Singleton Park and the Bay campus – no appointments are needed. All support is given by trained students.

On the Singleton Park Campus generic sessions are held twice a week in Room 405 of the library which is open to all – these sessions run on a Monday 1pm/3pm, and a Wednesday 2/4pm. Here students from the Department of Mathematics offer support and guidance. Also on this campus more specialised support is offered by the College of Human and Health Sciences and by the Department of Physics. Targeted support is also made available for nursing students studying in St. David’s Park Campus, Carmarthen.

On the Bay Campus specialised support is offered in the Maths Café which is run by the College of Engineering. The School of Management also offers drop in sessions during the week.

The drops in sessions are complemented by online learning resources which can be found on Blackboard.

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ImageThe next Bay Campus music practice room inductions will take place from 3pm-4pm on Wednesday 7th February.  The induction process will take little over 15 minutes. All those wishing to attend must register for one of the 4×15 minute timeslots using their University email address via this link:




Monday January 29th, 2018

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Handmade Valentine’s cards are now available from Discovery! They cost £1.50 each and come in a variety of serious and lighthearted designs, as well as including specific LGBT+ friendly options. The cards are designed and made by adults with disabilities and all profits go towards Discovery’s work.

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