Welcome to Swansea!

Swansea University is proud to welcome bright enthusiast Kenyans each year across an array of programs from Engineering to Psychology. Our student-run African Caribbean Society is a great network which our Kenyan students particularly enjoy and with a vibrant East-African local community in Swansea, home comforts are also close at hand.‌

Why Choose Swansea University?

Swansea is ranked in the UK Top 25 Universities (The Guardian University Guide 2022) and 86% of the University's overall research was rated as world-leading of internationally excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2021).

We are Ranked Top in Wales (The Guardian University Guide 2022) and are a dual campus University. Both of our campuses are set on seafront locations, close to the city centre with a good balance of student life and study environment.

Swansea has a low cost of living, we are rated in the UK Top 10 for the most affordable University Towns (Totallymoney.com) and a UK Top 6 Safest City (Complete University Guide, 2020).

Our dedicated Employability Academy provides advice and access to jobs and work experience placements for our students and graduates. 

Information for Kenyan students

A photo of User, one of our students standing in the sand dunes on the background of sea a cliffs on a sunny day.

Aser Emarah

"Swansea University is a campus university, not a city university. Therefore it has a lot of amenities both educational and recreational conveniently on campus, which was important to me as an international student. It is also a community university where there are students from all over the world, which taught me about new cultures as well as feeling home at the same time, as there were students from Egypt/Kenya where I come from".  

Aser's Success Story

Destination for international students

We are proud to be an international community, with students coming from all over the world to study with us. Visit Student Stories to read more about what international students value about Swansea Univeristy and why you should become a part of our community.

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