Undergraduate courses coming soon!

Looking for a course we do not currently offer?

We thought you might like to see the degree programmes we are developing, as we continually seek to provide courses that reflect the needs of our students and our graduates’ employers.

While you cannot apply to these programmes yet, if you are interested in studying one of the degree programmes being developed please complete and submit the form for that programme and we will let you know more details (modules, fees etc.) when they are ready and when you can apply.

Please note that on some occasions the programmes will change title during the development process, or may not be developed.

Health and Social Care, FdSc

Description

This foundation degree consists of academic learning alongside work-based learning. It caters for students who are working in, or who are interested in, roles within health and social care in Wales and beyond. It is open to people already working in such settings but placements will be provided for those who aren’t, in order that all modules may be completed.

The course may be studied 2 years full time or 3 years part time.

It will be taught in Pembrokeshire College by experienced lecturers in health and social care and will mirror Years 1 and 2 of Swansea University’s BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care degree.

Graduates from this course will be offered the opportunity to apply to undertake Year 3 of the Health and Social Care degree, at Swansea University’s Singleton Campus, to seek to achieve a BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care.

Topics Likely To Be Covered
  • health promotion
  • sociology
  • social policy
  • psychology
  • ethics
  • equality and diversity 
  • law
  • anatomy and physiology
Intended Start Date
September 2018

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk

Humanities Foundation Year, BA

Description

The Humanities Foundation Year will offer an exciting introduction to higher education and preparation for, and direct entry onto, a variety of undergraduate degrees within the College of Arts and Humanities. The main focus will be to support you in gaining the essential knowledge and key skills, including the broad subject knowledge required to thrive and succeed.

The foundation year can be studied full or part time. This foundation year will ideally suit those that need a little more support after further education before undertaking an undergraduate degree, or those returning to education after a gap.

The inclusive learning environment , delivered by an expert programme team, will meet your needs to feel comfortable at Swansea University. We are interested in your future and committed to supporting you to get where you want to be, and this foundation year will be a great place to start your journey in higher education.

Topics Likely To Be Covered
  • Academic Writing & Study Skills
  • Being Human in a Globalised World
  • Subject specific module e.g. History, English, American Studies
  • Research and Inquiry
  • Presentation & Communication Skills
  • Personal and Professional Development
  • Final Project (in chosen subject area)
Intended Start Date
September 2018

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk

Medieval Studies, BA

Description

You will study the Middle Ages (defined broadly, encompassing the period between c. 500 and c. 1500) in a dynamic and interdisciplinary way.  You will be immersed in the interdisciplinary study of this epoch, encompassing themes including: the transition of Late Antique history to the Early Middle Ages, the crusades, the forging of Anglo-Saxon England, Medieval Landscapes, Chaucer, and the monstrous in Medieval literature. You will be able to elect to follow pathways which pair core courses in Medieval Studies with modules in History (Early Modern and Modern), Ancient History, Classical Civilisation, English Literature, and language study, chiefly in Latin.

Topics Likely To Be Covered

Medieval Europe; Crusades; Medieval Landscapes; Medicine in the Middle Ages; Medieval Literature (British and Continental European); Viking and Anglo-Saxon era England; Norman and Angevin-era England; Medieval Wales and the history of the Marches; Medieval Encounters; Chaucer, textual analysis; Textual criticism; Language study (Latin, Greek and a range of modern Languages including French and German).

Intended Start Date
September 2019

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk

Modern Languages, BA

Description

This programme offers opportunities to study between ONE and THREE languages (from French, German, Italian, Mandarin and Spanish) on three interlocking ‘pathways’ (Culture, Teaching or Translation).

The programme lays emphasis on acquiring and developing four skills (speaking, writing, reading and listening). The pathway system is designed to let you specialise, preparing you in each case for careers demanding language skills and understanding of a foreign culture, its customs and history. All languages are available from beginners. French, German and Spanish can also be taken post-A level (or equivalent).

Students have a unique opportunity to spend their year abroad in two different countries. Students improve their foreign language skills, have work experience teaching in schools and in business organisations and make a global network of contacts, which are important in today’s competitive multicultural job market.

Topics Likely To Be Covered

French,
German,
Italian,
Mandarin,
Spanish language;

Translation Workshops; Language-specific Culture Topics (e.g. Paris; Berlin; Barcelona/Buenes Aires); Teaching for Modern Languages; Interpreting; Year Abroad.

Intended Start Date
September 2019

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk

Pharmacy, MPharm

Description

Pharmacists have a unique mix of scientific and professional knowledge which makes them the healthcare experts on medicines. They are the third largest healthcare profession and work in a wide variety of roles in community and primary care pharmacy, hospitals and in the pharmaceutical industry.

The new MPharm degree at Swansea University will be designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge pharmacists will need in the future. The degree will integrate science and practice alongside a strong emphasis on person-centred care.

The NHS is putting a greater emphasis on preventing illness, bringing care closer to people’s homes, reducing our reliance on hospitals and supporting people to manage their own health and wellbeing - the pharmacists of tomorrow will be a crucial part of establishing this new world.

Swansea University Medical School is working towards accreditation of its new MPharm degree by the General Pharmaceutical Council.

Topics Likely To Be Covered
  • The development and use of medicines
  • The inter-relationship of biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and pharmaceutical science in pharmacy practice
  • Medicine safety and public health
  • Patient-centred care in multiple care settings with focus on medicine optimisation
  • Community-based care (rural and urban)
  • Leadership 
  • Research skills for innovation in pharmacy
Intended Start Date
October 2020

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk