"Choose Swansea – you won’t regret it! The LLM programme is well-structured, the academics really know what they are doing and there are great scholarship opportunities available. The city is very welcoming to all students, has a comparatively reasonable cost of living… and having a beach doesn’t hurt either!"
Rahul Miranda, LLM in International Maritime Law
"Swansea University offers a multicultural experience - I have course mates from all over the world. This has offered me an amazing opportunity to be introduced to new cultures and languages, while building international networks and great friendships."
Marija Mihejeva, LLM in International Maritime Law
"Prior to starting the course I had financial obstacles, however I overcame these by receiving a scholarship from the University. The support from the staff within the Law School has been incredible. The staff truly support every student on the programme, to ensure that the students have everything they need for their studies."
Rebecca Rowe, LLM in International Maritime Law
"The academic resources are the best thing about the school; from teaching materials to interactive seminars, employability opportunities and the one-on-one personal tutor sessions. There are staff and students from a plethora of cultural and educational backgrounds who contribute to enriching your learning experience and student life."
Sean Ebenezer Marte Markwei, LLM in International Commercial and Maritime Law
"I was fortunate enough to undertake three human rights related internships that were offered by the School of Law. I have no doubt that the courses, lecturers, and additional opportunities have positively affected my ability to work in rights-respecting jobs with Barnardo's and Citizen’s Advice."
Sara Powell, LLM in Human Rights
"The quality and support of teaching offered by the staff at Swansea is outstanding. Their expertise and guidance has enabled me to refine my academic skills. My achievements during my studies at Swansea University have inspired me to pursue a PhD at Swansea University."
Nia Baker, MA in Applied Criminal Justice & Criminology