Living and working in Wales
Swansea, Wales’ ‘city by the sea’ and the birthplace of Dylan Thomas, is a lively and vibrant maritime city and regional shopping centre – and home to Wales’ premier University, in a beautiful part of the world.
A stone's throw away, the Victorian resort of Mumbles offers a fantastic array of attractions, including a pier, traditional boutiques, craft shops and ice-cream parlours: Mumbles is known as the Gateway to Gower – Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Gower Peninsula extends west of Mumbles in a succession of stunning coastal and rural sceneries. To the east, the Waterfall Country at Afan and the Vale of Neath are a haven for walkers and bikers alike.
In addition to career progression, we offer a range of benefits including competitive salaries, flexible working and health and wellbeing services.
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Faculty of Science and Engineering
The Computational Foundry is part of the Faculty of Science and Engineering whch is research intensive and internationally focussed. Its research is organised through academic disciplines, research centres and institutes, and major projects, all supported by superb research facilities and thriving research culture.
The Computational Foundry
The £32.5 million world-class Computational Science facility acts as a beacon for research collaborations and looks to attract leading researchers to Wales, placing Swansea at the heart of a thriving regional ecosystem of digital companies and research.
The Department of Computer Science has longstanding major projects in engaging with business, education and civic society including Technocamps and Institute of Coding. The department houses one of six RCUK funded Digital Economy Centres CHERISH-DE, and has an EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Enhancing Human Interactions and Collaborations with Data and Intelligence.
The Department of Mathematics is one of the longest running departments at Swansea University and is very well established with a great range of topics available to students, industry and the community. The department houses projects such as the Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSPW) which the Welsh Government founded in 2010, the main aim of FMSPW is to widen access to Further Mathematics GCE AS/A-level qualifications for students within Wales.