The Provisional examination timetable for May/June 2019 is available for you to view here: Provisional Exam Timetable. Please be aware that the purpose of a provisional timetable is for students and staff to check that all modules to be examined in May/June 2019 are present on the timetable. Do not make any arrangements based on the examination dates on the provisional timetable. The dates are subject to change.
The FINAL VERSION of the timetable (with venues) will be displayed on the INTRANET week commencing 15th April 2019. No changes will be made once it has been published.
Any clashes or omissions should be reported to the examination office by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, as soon as possible and, in any event, not later than noon on Friday 5th April 2019.
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Friday March 29th, 2019
Research as Art is an opportunity to reveal the hidden stories of research. The competition was founded by Professor Richard Johnston and Swansea University Research Forum (SURF) to provide an outlet for researchers to communicate with and engage different audiences by their research through a striking image and captivating text. The image is a hook to draw people in to discover the process, humanity, and emotion of research through written narratives. (more…)
Student Communications Officer Monday March 25th, 2019
Posted In: Misc
Join our Biodiversity Officer, Ben Sampson for an informal walk around Crymlyn Burrows to celebrate the changing season and discover some of the wildlife with which we share our university.
Limited spaces, booking essential. Email email@example.com to book.
Meet at the Bay Campus in front of the Great Hall.
I am currently looking for participants to complete an online study about the reasons why people make the food choices they do in the supermarket. It should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete.
You will be asked questions relating to a range of photographs of different foods that will be presented to you. You will be asked to complete a few online questionnaires asking about your eating habits and behaviour in general, and how you identify different behaviours. If you are happy to, you will be asked to provide demographic information such as your age, gender, ethnicity, height and weight. (more…)
Posted In: Surveys and Studies
Here at Swansea University, we’re showing our support for this iconic event by organising a series of practice rides, designed to help build your confidence on two wheels and get you Gower Bike Ride-Ready.
Our practice rides will be led by our team of Swansea University Ride Leaders; a friendly group of budding cyclists, just like you! You can read more about our Ride Leadership programme and what it’s all about over on our travel webpages. (more…)
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