All applicants to Swansea University are required to sign an applicant declaration. Irrespective of the application-type, all such declarations include the requirement that the applicant confirms that the information which has been provided is accurate.
If it transpires that inaccurate information has been provided in support of an application, the University reserves the right to reject the application and to withdraw any offer already made.
Applications will only be rejected/offers withdrawn by the Admissions Officer, after consultation with the relevant Admissions Tutor(s) and the Dean of Admissions. In such cases, candidates shall be informed of the reasons for the rejection/withdrawal of an offer and they shall have the right to appeal against any such decision via the Applicant Appeals Procedures.
A separate procedure exists for cases where the provision of inaccurate information comes to light after the candidate has enrolled with the University.