City life on the doorstep of some of the UK's finest coast and countryside...
Swansea University is set in mature parkland and botanical gardens, overlooking the sweep of Swansea Bay.
Modern and cosmopolitan with its waterfront development, café quarters and thriving student population, Swansea is also Dylan Thomas country, steeped in tradition, culture, and character.
The campus is close to the old fishing village of Mumbles, whose unique seaside atmosphere is complemented by a vibrant social scene popular with students. Travel just a few minutes in the other direction and you reach the Maritime Quarter, a modern waterfront village complete with restaurants, art gallery, theatre and a busy marina.
The 20,000+ seat Liberty Stadium is home to Premiership football club Swansea City and Ospreys Rugby. It also hosts major pop and rock concerts.
The Gower Peninsula, Britain's first "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty", is within easy reach from the University. Unspoilt beaches and dramatic cliff top views provide a stunning location for water-sports, cycling and walking, as well as unparalleled research opportunities for students studying natural sciences.
The wider surrounding area is also worth a look. Within just a few miles you'll find:
For details of everything Swansea has to offer visit www.visitswanseabay.com
The Gower Peninsula - Worms Head
The Brecon Beacons
Campus situated within Singleton Park
Access to local SSSIs
A thriving and vibrant City
World class surfing
Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula
Campus a stone's throw from the bay