AirshowThe famous Wales Airshow is taking place this weekend, and it’s an absolute must-see if you’ve decided to stick around in Swansea!

This year’s free event, which will take place on 2nd and 3rd July, is set to be one to remember after a long two-year break. It will include ground displays, static aircrafts, exhibitions, music, rides and of course an spectacular airborne show.

The site along Swansea Bay will be open between from 10am until 6.30pm on both days so you can enjoy a weekend full of fun.

To download the official Wales Airshow app and to find out what to expect, head over to Wales Airshow webpages. 

There are several planned road closures to ensure the event can operate smoothly and safety. You can find out more about those here.

Have a great time and don’t forget to tag us in your pics if you take any! Find us @myuniswansea

Tuesday June 28th, 2022

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It’s the time of year when the Admissions Office processes all Swansea University applicants’Ambassador application on laptop screen examination results and also receives thousands of phone calls from applicants who are looking for a place through Clearing. This year we are seeking help from students across the University who would be interested in staffing the Helpline.

Please Apply here:

  • The Clearing Helpline runs from Thursday 18th August to Friday 26th August (including the weekend of 20th-21st)
  • Staff must also attend x1 training session w/c 1st August or w/c 8th August


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Group of students studying in the classroomJoin us at our PGCE Primary and Secondary Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 14 July 6-7.30pm

You will have the opportunity to meet the PGCE team, our students and school partners in our live Zoom Q&A session to discover more about studying with us from September 2022! (more…)

Monday June 27th, 2022

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Singleton Park is set to get a new stretch of lighting to help keep students and staff safe.SU Welfare Officer Liza Leibowitz in Singleton Park where the new lighting is to be installed.

An agreement has been reached between Swansea University Students’ Union, Swansea University and Swansea Council to install more lighting along the path leading from the park’s main gates.

This comes after students raised concerns over safety and the ability to see their surroundings while walking through the park.

The Students’ Union and the University have agreed to fund the installation of the new lighting. As part of the work, an ecological survey has been conducted and approval given to the project. Work has already begun as it is set to be completed this summer.

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School Rep applications artwork. A group of students with an orange banner and the Rep logo.Our School Rep applications are open until midday on Friday, 1st July.

You should apply if you…

  • want to be part of a supportive, inclusive and fun community
  •  are passionate about representing and helping others
  •  think it’s important for the student voice to be heard
  • across the University
  •  would like to gain transferable skills to use in your CV
  • are keen to make new friends and meet like-minded
  • people
  • want to make a positive impact on the student Experience

School Reps are also rewarded with a £300 bursary at the end of the academic year if they compete the Silver HEAR Award.

Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity and apply now!

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