You can now stand as a candidate in the SU Elections! You can run to be a Full-Time Officer, which is a full-time employed position at the SU, or you can run to be a Part-Time Officer, which is a voluntary role you do alongside your studies.
The roles available in these elections are some of the best in Swansea. Every role will equip you with experience to bring to employers and make you stand out from the crowd, give you opportunities to change the way we do things at Swansea, and to improve the student experience for everyone at the University. (more…)
Student Communications Officer Monday January 31st, 2022
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We are committed to improving the student experience here at Swansea University, and we believe that monitoring your engagement can help us ensure your welfare and support you to progress and reach your academic goals.
All students are expected to travel to Swansea to engage with face-to-face learning or research. Distance learning will only be permitted for Student Route (previously Tier 4) students outside the UK who experience travel delays, and where their programme of study permits it; these students must arrive in Swansea as soon as possible. (more…)
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Discovery has a week of one-off volunteering, free training and webinars for all Swansea University Students. Come along and find out a bit more about Discovery’s volunteering opportunities and find out how you can make a difference by volunteering while at the same time building up your skills and meeting new people.
You do not need to be a registered volunteer with Discovery to sign up to the activities and the activities are open to both students and staff at Swansea University.
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Student Communications Coordinator Friday January 28th, 2022
We’re very grateful to our students for maintaining high levels of compliance throughout the pandemic, and we’re pleased to able to be returning to an on-campus University experience.
Alert Level 0
The Welsh Government have confirmed that from today, 28th January, Wales has moved to alert level 0.
This means that: (more…)
As we move to increased in-person teaching, we would like to update you on your options for travelling to and from campus.
Over the course of the pandemic, there has been increased parking capacity at the University, due to significantly reduced numbers of staff and students coming to campus. During this time, it has not been necessary to enforce our normal parking arrangements.
However, as we start to return to a new normal, our pre-covid arrangements must resume and we would advise you to plan your journey with this in mind. (more…)
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Thursday January 27th, 2022
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