Appointments can be made with The Go Global Team via Skype or Zoom to answer any queries you may have, assist with any problems and offer guidance on where you can seek alternative information or help.
All students will be required to enrol online from Monday 14th September 2020. Please refer to the enrolment for new students section of the website for further details on the enrolment process.
If you have any queries browse the My Uni web page for information or to chat live with a member of staff or send an email.
Once you have registered and enrolled your student email account will be automatically set up for you, your email address will be your student number followed by @swansea.ac.uk. For example email@example.com
Please check this email account regualarly as this will be the email address the University will use to contact you.
Student ID cards will be available in September once you have enrolled online and arrived in Swansea.
If you are staying in campus accommodation you will be issued with your ID card when you collect your keys. If you are staying in private accommodation you will be able to collect your ID card from the Library on the campus where your subject area is based.
Tip: Bring a form of identification with you to collect your ID card
- EU students: £9,000 GBP per full academic year (£4,500 GBP per semester).
- Non-EU International students: £14,400 GBP per full academic year (£7,200 GBP per semester).
- Discounts on the above fees are available for partners with whom we have signed agreements.
- No tuition fee for exchange students.
Please refer to the website for information on how to pay your fees.
As a fee-paying Visiting student you may wish to pay your tuition fees before your arrival.
Payments can be made by following instructions on the following page: https://www.swansea.ac.uk/finance-swansea-university/paying-tuition-fees-and-other-information/pay-fees-international-students/ (Accepted methods of payment).
If you choose to pay your tuition fees by bank-card on arrival in Swansea please contact your bank, before you leave for the UK, to inform them of the full amount of your tuition fee payment to ensure they are aware of any large transactions being made on your account. This may mean that you have to make your payments in two transactions.
During the first two teaching weeks of the semester there is an add/drop module session, where you will have the opportunity to change your modules. Further details about this process will be emailed to you at the start of the semester.
Each year the Go Global Team run a buddy programme where we match new exchange and visiting students with Swansea University students who have recently returned from a programme abroad or are planning to go abroad. It is a great way to make new friends, improve your language skills and have some fun! If you requested a buddy, you will receive the details of your Swansea buddy prior to arrival so you can get in touch.
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If you already know where you’re going to be living, you’re probably wondering who you’re going to live with. Join your exclusive Residence Facebook group and find out who your flatmates are! This is a great opportunity for residents to get in touch with each other before moving in, find out what day everyone is arriving in Swansea and discuss what each person can bring.