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Everything you need to know about applying to Swansea
The application process
The University welcomes applications from international students. We encourage all students to apply using the online system. If you cannot access this system, then you can download an application form. Students from Nigeria and Pakistan, please see below for further information. Please check the entry requirements on the country pages before applying.
All students are encouraged to apply using the On Track system, which is an online application form. Only in circumstances when you cannot access this system, should you use the alternative paper application form below. Please make sure to check the entry requirements before applying.
Please post your completed application form to the address stated on the form.
Entry requirements for individual courses can vary widely. You can view entry requirement equivalent for your country on the country pages. If you are unsure about your eligibility, then please contact our admissions department and they can advise you.
Candidates applying for first degrees in Engineering and Science who are not qualified for direct entry to the first year of a degree scheme can be considered for entry to a four year integrated degree scheme. Please see the relevant subject entries for further details.
Applications from international students for first year exemption, i.e. for admission to the second year of an undergraduate degree scheme, will be considered on an individual basis.
Swansea University has adopted a successful policy in recent years of accepting applications from these countries only through recognised official partners/agents. We are unable to accept applications made direct to the University and will forward to our in-country staff person to process.
Please click the links below for further information:
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause to those affected by this policy.
Applicants from member states of the European Union may qualify for student support as home students. For full details on how to apply please click here.
If your university has a partnership with us, you could study with us as a visiting or exchange students. This includes Europe and the rest of the world. Click here to go to the visiting and exchange pages for furhter information on how to apply.