Looking for an excellent student experience?

If so, come and join our cosmopolitan community of European, British and International students studying in the College of Arts and Humanities at Swansea University. We welcome applications from students within the EU who wish to study with us and obtain an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Watch our students video and they will tell you all about studying at Swansea University!

Take a look at our and our  Postgraduate prospectus

How to Apply and Entry Requirements

Click on the links to apply for undergraduate or postgraduate courses. 

You can view the general UG entry requirements EU  for Undergraduate courses and the Postgraduate Entry Requirements

Swansea and the University

Swansea is a safe, friendly place to live with a low cost of living. There is a vibrant city centre with shops, bars, restaurants, cinemas and cafes. Swansea is home to Wales' only premiership football team - Swansea City AFC. It is easy to travel to Bristol, London and other major cities in the UK by coach or train. Swansea University’s research is ranked in the top 30 (26th) in the UK. We were voted the number 1 ‘University of the Year 2014’ by WhatUni Student choice Awards, came 2nd for ‘Course and Lecturers’ and ‘Student Union’ and 3rd for all ‘Clubs and Societies’. Swansea is rated QS 5-star for teaching excellence. Our campus is on the beach, surrounded by mature parkland and botanical gardens. Take a look at our location.

Fees and scholarships

Students from EU countries pay the same tuition fees as home students £3,685 undergraduate and £4,900 for postgraduate. Find out about our tuition fees and what financial help you may be entitled to before you apply.

Swansea University offers a wide range of different scholarship schemes. Find out more. . . 

Our Facilities

Accommodation - take a virtual tour and find out more about life in our residences 

Library  - Students tour of the library 

Information Services and Systems - ISS supports the research, learning, teaching and administrative activities of students and staff across the University.

ISAS International Student Advisory Service - ISAS provides information and advice on non-academic matters, including immigration advice and services, to all international (non-UK) students and their dependants. Advice is offered free of charge and without discrimination.

Living in Swansea

The cost of living in Swansea is relatively low compared to many other cities in the UK. However it is still vital that any potential student prepares their finances before they attend University. 

On average students studying at Swansea will spend between £6000 and £9000 (over 40 weeks) on living costs. 

Weblink to further information http://www.swansea.ac.uk/international/students/your-country/europe/

Visit us

Interested in studying at Swansea University? Have a look at the video below to get advice on how to choose the right university for you and come to one of our open days.