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Enrolment & induction elements to complete

Your guide to Swansea University Enrolment and College Induction.

International Non-EU Registration and Enrolment

If you are not from an EU/EEA country or Switzerland, you will need to register in person and enrol online:

  • Bring your passport and visa
  • Bring your letter of entitlement to pick up your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP card)
  • If we need proof of your entry qualifications, bring your certificates. For example, an original bachelor degree certificate.
  • If your employer, embassy or trust is paying your tuition fee, bring your sponsor letter with you
  • If necessary, book an appointment to register with the police

For full details browse international registration

Enrolment Online for all students

You will need to login to the intranet and enrol online by:

  • Agreeing to be a student at Swansea University and abide by the academic guide regulations and the data protection statement
  • Checking and updating your student record
  • Confirming your module selection
  • If you are liable to pay a fee, during online enrolment make a payment by card or set up a direct debit
  • At the end of online enrolment you will receive a message confirming that you have successfully enrolled

If you do not receive a message that you have successfully enrolled or for any reason you cannot enrol online, please contact us and a member of staff will help you.

Pick up your University ID Card

Pick up your new University ID card from one of these venues. You must be enrolled and bring proof of your identity for example, your passport, bus pass, driving licence, UK ID card or other photo ID.

University ID card EventVenueDate & time
Engineering & Management ID cards  Great Hall Room 029
Bay Library
22-28 Sep, 10:00-17:00
All other dates 9:00 - 17:00
All other students - ID card pickup  Fulton House Room C
Park Library
22-28 Sep, 10:00-17:00
All other dates 9:00 - 17:00


  • If you have a student loan, after picking up your ID card the University will confirm your attendance which triggers the first student loan payment into your bank account.
  • If you are a new international student, to avoid being reported to the Home Office you must be enrolled and have your BRP and University ID cards.

Attend College Induction and Welcome week events

  • Attend an induction talk about your studies, tutors, module selection, health and safety, IT facilities and attending other events during the week.
  • Receive your course materials, for example, a timetable and departmental handbook.
  • If you need to change your module selection, ask staff for advice before signing up for a module. By the start of term you should have chosen modules totalling 120 credits.
  • Browse your College subject area induction events, dates and times
  • Check out the welcome activities in the marquee outside Fulton House, Singleton Park Campus 

College Induction venues for Taught Postgraduates

Taught Postgraduate Subject areaWelcome and Induction event information
College of Arts and Humanities
Singleton Park Campus
Chinese-English Translation and
Language Teaching (CETLT)
27 Sep at 10:00, Keir Hardie 130
Classics 27 Sep 10:00, James Callaghan 208
Cymraeg 25 Sep 10:00, Keir Hardie 302/3
English Literature 27 Sep 10:00, Keir Hardie  431
English Creative Writing 27 Sep 10:00, Keir Hardie  206
English Language Studies and TESL 27 Sep 10:00 Keir Hardie Room 250
History 27 Sep 10:00, James Callaghan 113
Medieval Studies  27 Sep 10:00, James Callaghan 007
Media and Communications
27 Sep 10:00, Faraday Lecture Room E
Political and Cultural Studies 27 Sep 10:00, James Callaghan LT
Translation 27 Sep 10:00, Keir Hardie 152
College of Engineering Bay Campus
Sports Science
College of Human and Health Science Singleton Park Campus
Gerontology and Ageing Studies
International Gerontology and Ageing Studies

27 Sep 10:00, Glyndwr  126

Childhood Studies
Developmental and Therapeutic Play
Enhanced Neonatal Care
Child Public Health
27 Sep 10:00, Glyndwr 126
Health and Social Care:
Education for Health Professions
Advanced Critical Care Practice
Advanced Practice in Health Care
Advanced Specialist Blood Transfusion Practice
Enhanced Professional Practice
Approved Mental Health Professional
Long Term and Chronic Conditions Management
Community and Primary Health Care Practice
Health Care Law & Ethics
Enhanced Professional Midwifery Practice
Non-Medical Prescribing
Public Health & Health Promotion
Health Care Management
27 Sep 10:00, Glyndwr  126
Abnormal and Clinical Psychology
Research Methods in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
Research Methods in Psychology
27 Sep 10:00, Glyndwr  126
Social Research Methods 27 Sep 10:00, Glyndwr  126
Social Work Year 1 
Social Work Year 2 
19 Sep 10:00, Haldane 102
25 Sep 10:00, Haldane 102 
College of Law and Criminology Singleton Park Campus
Law and Criminology A-I 25 Sep 13:00, Richard Price Building Atrium
Law and Criminology J-R 25 Sep 14:00, Richard Price Building Atrium
Law and Criminology S-Z 25 Sep 15:00, Richard Price Building Atrium
Legal Practice Courses 05 Sep 10:00, Law Conference
School of Management Bay Campus
Accounting and Finance - Conversion programmes 27 Sep 13:00, Great Hall 049
Accounting and Finance - Specialist programmes 27 Sep 10:00, School of Management CBE010
Management 27 Sep 13:00, Great Hall 043
Medical School  Singleton Park Campus
Applied Analytical Science
Autism and Related Conditions
Clinical Sciences (Medical Physics)
Health Data Science
Health Informatics
Leadership for the Health Professions
Leadership for the Health Professions (Distance Learning)
Medical Radiation Physics
Trauma Surgery
Trauma Surgery (Military)

27 Sep at 08:45

Grove Lecture Theatre

Grove building

College of Science Singleton Park Campus
Biosciences 28 Sep 10:00, Wallace Room 129
Computer Science Non-specialist
Computer Science Advanced
28 Sep 13:00, Faraday H
28 Sep 14:30, Faraday H
Geography 28 Sep 10:00, Wallace  218
Mathematics 28 Sep 10:00, Talbot  219
Physics 27 Sep 11:00, Vivian 516

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