Wednesday 4 March -
Singleton Park Campus

Colleges/Schools represented at the Open Day:

College of Arts and Humanities
(taught and research programmes including PGCE programmes)

College of Human and Health Sciences 
(taught and research programmes)

College of Science 
Geography and Physics 
programmes ONLY)

Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law
(taught and research programmes)

Swansea University Medical School
(taught and research programmes
excluding Graduate Entry Medicine)


Wednesday 11 March -
Bay Campus

Colleges/Schools represented at the Open Day:

College of Engineering (including Sports Science)
(taught and research programmes)

College of Science
(Computer Science and Mathematics programmes ONLY)

School of Management
(taught and research programmes)


Pay us a visit...

Open Day programme

Programme of events:

Full details about the Postgraduate Open Day (including how to get here and where to park if you need it) will be emailed to you a few weeks before the event once you've booked a place. Once registered you are welcome to attend all activities or just those most relevant to you. 

12:00 - 14:30 Registration
12:00 - 13:00 Information Fair and Campus Tours (Speak to staff about applications, library services, careers, finance, and support for international students
13:00 - 13:15 Welcome talk: Postgraduate study at Swansea University
13:15-  13:50 Talk: Funding your postgraduate study
14:00-  15:30 Visits to academic departments
15:00 – 16:00 Application session (Start your online application with guidance from expert staff and get answers to your questions about postgraduate study at Swansea)
15:25 –16:00

Talk: Funding your postgraduate study (this is a repeat of the talk provided earlier in the day)


Open Days

The dates of the 2019/20 Postgraduate Open Days are as follows:

March 2020

Wednesday 4 March - Singleton Park Campus
Wednesday 11 March - Bay Campus

Independent visits

You are welcome to make an independent visit to the University if you are unable to attend our Postgraduate Open Days. 

When should I visit?

The University remains open during vacations and you are welcome to visit us all year round. The majority of postgraduate students stay in Swansea during vacation times, although you should be aware that the campuses are likely to be quieter and some of the usual facilities may not be open. If you wish to view departments and facilities you may find a weekday visit more beneficial.

How to get to Swansea University

Can I visit my academic department of interest?

If you wish to visit a particular department during your visit, please contact them in advance to make any necessary arrangements. Contact details for the Postgraduate Admissions Tutor may be found in the postgraduate prospectus or on the relevant postgraduate course page. 

Any questions? Get in touch:

If you require any further information, please contact the Student Recruitment Office:

Tel: +44 (0)1792 295784


How to find us

Full details about our location, campuses and directions to visit us can be found here.