Swansea University has the perfect environment in which to live and study. Our parkland campus has a spectacular seafront location within easy reach of a vibrant city. With a long history of academic success and a modern approach to study, Swansea could be the best choice of the university.
Accommodation and Residential Services has responsibility for the full spectrum of accommodation services, including applications, allocations, residences management and welfare, residence fees and private sector information.
Swansea University provides over 2,800 places in residence on 3 main sites, and over 98% of first year undergraduates are normally able to live in university residence.
We can offer a wide-range of quality, affordable accommodation to suit your needs. Whether you would like to live on campus in your own en-suite room, or would prefer to live in a shared house at Hendrefoelan Student Village or perhaps you are bringing your family and require suitable accommodation?
We also have specific information about the different University Residences available and a comprehensive section for Current Students and even how to report a repair.
Electronics with Computer Science
Masters in Business Economics
MSc Business Economics
MSc Business Economics with Finance
MSc Business Economics with Computing
MA Medical Humanities
Applied Social Sciences
1) Excellent Facilities :
Our Library and Information Centre located in the heart of the campus contains a wide range of resources. There are also specialist branch libraries that cater for specific subject needs. There are over 800,000 books, journals, newspapers and other printed materials, as well as videos, DVDs and a wide range of software applications available. The Library is open over 80 hours a week during term time, including Sundays.
2) Recording facilities :
The Media Services department is well equipped to provide a high quality audio recording facility, including a studio and portable equipment. A "Soundscape" digital editing suite is at the heart of the comprehensive editing and audio compression systems are available. Masters can be prepared onto tape, DAT, MiniDisc or CD.
3) Labs :
The Clinical practice suites have been designed to function just like a real hospital ward. The School of Health Science worked closely with NHS Trusts to ensure that the room is equipped with state-of-the art technology and equipment from electronic beds, ‘SimMan’ - a high-tech ‘Universal patient simulator’ manneqin, medicine chests, special hoists and resuscitation machines to name a few.
4) Virtual Reality Cave :
The School of Engineering has excellent facilities, including a Virtual Reality Cave. Our computer facilities provide general and specialist software for engineering simulations and design, and the production of professional quality reports and documents.
5) Wireless Internet Access :
The University campus has an extensive wireless network, so you can be free to work when and where it suits you. Laptops are available to students on loan from the Library and Information Service.
6) Moot Court :
Based in the School of Law, the Moot Court is a mock-up of real court for students to gain practical experience of arguing cases in a courtroom environment.
7) Egypt Centre :
The Egypt Centre is a museum of Egyptian antiquities. The Centre is a centre of excellence for museology, providing advice to other museums throughout Britain.
8) Video Library :
The American Studies Video Library is a vital resource for students taking any modules in the department. Containing over 1100 items, ranging from documentaries and news footage to blockbuster Hollywood movies and independent shorts, the library represents a significant body of visual and film material that helps students gain many and varied insights into American history and culture.
School of Arts
School of Business and Economics
School of The Environment & Society
School of Engineering
School of Health Science
School of Human Sciences
School of Humanities
School of Law
School of Physical Sciences
Intake : September
Use the links for full details of the scholarships and bursaries available for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Swansea University. Some are administered by the University itself, others may be provided by academic departments in your specific field. Please read the details carefully in order to apply.
Undergraduate students may also be interested in information on Departmental/School funding.
Postgraduate students may like to read information about research scholarships, taught masters scholarships, Departmental/School funding, and alternative funding sources.
There is also information about funding available for international students.
International Foundation Programme, Pre-Masters Programme - £9,010
Arts, Social Sciences, Business & Management, Economics, Law, Mathematics - £9,010
Computer Science, Early Childhood Studies, Geography, Psychology, Health Science, Psychology, Sports Science, Statistics & Genetics - £10,250
Faculty of Science and Faculty of Engineering - £11,460
MBA - £11,900
MBL (Masters in Business and Law) - £9,900
PG Diploma in Legal Practice - £8,750
Graduate Diploma in Law - £9,300