Swansea University International Scholarships
Swansea University offers a range of international scholarships to help the most talented and ambitious students to reach their potential. We are proud to support the Chevening Scholarship Programme and we are honoured to be part of the Santander Network of Universities.
For more information about our scholarships for international students and how to apply, please view our scholarship and funding page.
How to apply to study at Swansea University
To study at Swansea University you will need to meet our general requirements. As well as achieving the entry grades of your chosen degree programme, you must meet our English Language requirements.
- Choose your course. We offer a range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will find information about tuition fees and modules on each of the course pages.
- Apply online: Once you have chosen your course you can apply online using OnTrack. If you have results pending, you must send your documents to show that you meet the requirements for your course.
Please remember that offers can take up to 15 days to be processed. Please email us if you have still not received an offer firstname.lastname@example.org
Applying for MB BCh Graduate Entry Medicine
Students who wish to apply for the MB BCh Graduate Entry Medicine course must submit their application through the UCAS application system. We advise all students to read through the entry requirements for this course before submitting their application.
As an international student at Swansea University, you will benefit from the information, advice and support offered by our International Student Advisory Service (ISAS). You can use ISAS as a resource centre to find out about issues such as:
English Language Skills
If you think you need to improve your English language skills before starting your studies, or if you need support with the English language while studying with us, our English Language Training Services (ELTS) offers a range of British Council accredited programmes to help you.
Developing Your Career
Many of the University’s courses are accredited by professional bodies, offer project placements with industry, and provide opportunities to apply knowledge in a practical setting.
Co-curricular opportunities to develop employability skills include national and international work experience and study abroad programmes and volunteering, together with students' union and athletic union societies, social and leisure activities.
If you are undecided about what you want to do after university, don’t worry. Whether you are interested in jobs, postgraduate study, voluntary work, or taking a year out, our Careers and Employability Service are on hand to give you the support and information you need.
Listen to our Introductory Careers audio for international students
International Development Office
Make an enquiry
If you are a prospective international or EU student and would like more information about our courses, you can contact us by:
Filling out our international enquiry form
Tel: 00 44 (0) 1792 602600
Fax: 00 44 (0) 1792 295839
For current students:
Tel: 01792 606850