In accordance with the University’s Policy on Attendance all full time students sponsored by Swansea University on a Tier 4 (General) Student visa are required to re-register with the University twice during the Academic Year.
The University monitors the attendance of students for whom it acts as a sponsor (i.e Tier 4 students). The registration of your monthly attendance at the Library has now ceased and from September the procedures will change and the University will ask you to re-register TWICE per year, by attending a Central Re-Registration (at Library and Information Services).
At each re-registration you will be required to produce your Student ID Card and confirm the following:
For further details of when you are required to re-register your attendance at Library and Information Services, please see the Attendance Monitoring Calendar below.
N.B If you are pursuing a programme with English Language Training Services (ELTS) you will not be required to re-register in the main campus Library, your attendance will be monitored through the daily class registers.
You are expected to attend every lecture, seminar, tutorial, practical session or any other timetabled contact with your academic College. Your College will use these events to confirm your attendance at College level. For more information about this, please contact your College.
For more information relating to services and regulations maintained by the Academic Registry including attendance monitoring at Swansea University please click here.
If you have any queries about attendance monitoring, please visit the Academic Registry which is located in the Stable Block, Singleton Abbey, Singleton Park Campus. Opening times are Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm.
For detailed information and advice about the conditions attached to a specific visa including your eligibility to work during your studies, please contact the International Student Advisory Service, located on the ground floor of the Keir Hardie Building or via email at email@example.com.
For information about the University’s guidelines on full-time students undertaking employment during term time, please visit the following websites:
If you are pursuing Postgraduate Taught Masters’ programmes you may be permitted to work in paid employment up to 15 hours a week during Part One and up to 6 hours a week during Part Two.
If the enrolment date for your programme is September, please re-register with the University centrally at any Library and Information Services service point once during each of the following periods for the duration of your enrolment at Swansea University.
|1st – 30th November 2011|
|1st – 29th February 2012|
If the enrolment date for your programme is January, please re-register with the University centrally at any Library and Information Services service point once during each of the following periods for the duration of your enrolment at Swansea University.
|1st – 31st March 2012|
|1st – 30th November 2012|
For the Library and Information Services opening time, please click here.
For information on authorised absences, please see Authorised Absences.