Late enrolment after 16 October
If you have not enrolled after 16 October, you may be reinstated if your College supports your late enrolment and it is approved by the University.
Contact your College Late Arrivals Representative.
- To be reinstated to enrol online, download the Late enrolment approval
form and contact your College Late Arrivals Representative to arrange for your late enrolment to be approved.
Report in person to the MyUniHub
- Bring your late enrolment form.
- Bring proof of sponsorship if your employer, trust, company, embassy or staff bursry is paying towards your fees.
- If you are a new student you may need to bring your original entry qualification certificates
- If you are an international non-EU student, you will also need to bring your passport and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP card) or your letter entitling you to pick up your BRP card or proof of application for a visa or other visa entitling you to study at Swansea University.
- If you are from the UK or EU and have not uploaded a passport online, bring your passport or National Identity card with you to confirm your nationality, right to study and eligibility for UK fees and funding
If you are studying abroad, distance learning or away from campus, then please email us instead.
Lectures and research has commenced for many of our programmes but while you are enrolling, please continue to attend classes and study at Swansea University.
If you are not arriving in time contact your College Late Arrivals Representative.
Please get in touch directly with the late arrivals representative within your college via email, if you have any questions about college late arrival schedules or if you have any questions about your programme,.
College Late Arrivals Representative:
Remember to visit your college webpages for arrivals and welcome information and check back regularly for updates.
HAVE YOU CHANGED YOUR PLANS?
If you are a new student and you would like to defer your place to next September please click here, enter your name and student number in the body of the text. You can also mention additional details if needed.
If you are a continuing student and you would like to suspend your studies please contact your College and they will submit an application on your behalf.
Extended online enrolment
If you have not enrolled, online enrolment is open.
Browse the Online Enrolment FAQ about how to login and enrol online. You will need to check and correct your personal details, update your term address, select your modules online and if necessary, pay your fee due online by card or set up a direct debit.
Extended International Non-EU Registration
International non-EU student registration is in the following venues:
- Bay Library for colleges based at the Bay Campus,
- Park Library for students in colleges based at the Park Campus
- Open Monday to Friday, 10:00-17:00
- MyUniHub, Tower Information Centre for colleges based at the Bay Campus,
- MyUniHub, Singleton Abbey for students in colleges based at the Park Campus
- Open Monday to Friday, 08:30-17:30
Last acceptance date Monday 16 October in the MyUniHubs
- Bring your passport and visa
- If you need to pick up your BRP card, please bring your BRP letter of entitlement
- If we need proof of your entry qualifications, bring your certificates. For example, an original bachelor degree certificate.
- If your employer, embasssy, trust or council is paying towards your fee, bring a confirmation of sponsorship form or letter from your sponsor
- If you are a member of staff, bring your Staff Bursary or Research Assistant bursary form
- Otherwise, you will need to pay fees by card when you enrol online
After registration you will then need to enrol online.
University Library ID Card
To be issued your card, you must be enrolled and provide proof of identity, for example your passport, bus pass, driving licence or BRP card.
- If your College is based on the Bay campus, pick up your University ID card from the Bay Library
- If your college is based on Singleton Park campus, pick up your University ID card from the Singleton Park Library
What international students need to know about extending or applying for a visa in order to study at Swansea University
Advice about your visa