Travelling to Swansea
To get to either the Singleton Park Campus or The Bay Campus from the train station, you can take a taxi or a bus.
Exit the train station via the side door and you will find a large taxi rank. Make sure you get into the taxi in the front of the queue. Taxis to Singleton Park Campus usually take 10 minutes and can cost up to £10. Taxis to The Bay can take around 15 minutes and cost roughly £10.
To get to Singleton Park Campus by bus, there is also a bus stop situated to the right of the train station. Bus numbers: 4, 4A and 10 go directly from Swansea Train Station to Singleton Park Campus. A bus ticket costs around £3.00
Inter-city bus journeys terminate at the Quadrant Bus Station in Swansea city centre.
To get to Singleton Park Campus, catch bus numbers 3A, 4, 8 or 116 which will bring right into the campus or numbers 2 and 14 which stop outside the main entrance.
For The Bay Campus, you can catch bus numbers 8 (Unibus) and 10 which will take you into the campus or the X1, X3, X5, X7 which stop on Fabian way just outside the campus. You can find out bus times and plan your journey by visiting www.firstgroup.com/south-west-wales
For further information about transport to Singleton Park Campus and Bay Campus see www.swansea.ac.uk/the-university/location/
If you have any queries browse our 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Looking after yourself
- Students spending one semester at Swansea are unable to register with the campus Health Centre and you are strongly advised to take out private medical care. Please confirm with your university if you need to arrange health insurance.
- Students spending the academic year at Swansea will have paid the Immigration Health Surcharge, this means you can access free National Health Service medical care while you are in the UK. It is advised to register soon after you arrive, you can register with a GP at the University Health Centre or with one closer to your accommodation.