As a student at Swansea University you will benefit from our multicultural dual-campus community that provides a global perspective and opportunities to gain skills that last a lifetime. You can study from a wide range of subjects from Aerospace Engineeing to Zoology, there really is something for everyone.
Singleton Park Campus
- American Studies
- Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology
- English Language and Applied Linguistics
- English Literature and Creative Writing
- History and Medieval Studies
- Media, Communication and Public Relations
- Modern Languages, Translation and Interpreting
- Politics and International Relations
- War and Society
- Public Health and Social Policy (excluding Social Work and Inter-professional Studies)
Browse our online module catalogue for details of all courses and modules taught at Swansea University. To search for modules you will need to follow the steps below:
- Select the Academic Department
- Select the academic year 20/21
- Click on 'List Departmental Modules'. A list of all the modules for that subject area will then be displayed.
- Click on the individual modules to find out detailed information on each one.
- NOTE: Some modules/courses are NOT available to Visiting & Exchange students. Students should consult the module information carefully to check for statements such as 'Available to Visiting & Exchange students'.
PLEASE NOTE: All visiting & exchange students are encouraged and expected to travel to Swansea to take part in the exchange. Details of Swansea University’s learning & teaching arrangements can be seen on the University's Coronavirus Recovery Guidance in the Learning & Teaching section, this information may be updated. Please note that while a blended approach to teaching is planned for semester 2, some modules may be taught entirely online. The module catalogue does not contain information on whether modules will be taught online, on campus or in a blended format.
Students are advised to select Year 1 (level 4) or Year 2 (level 5) modules. With the discretion of a department it may be possible to select Year 3 (level 6) if students have a sound background in that subject area. NOTE: There are no re-sit opportunities at (level 6).
It is at the discretion of departments whether they allow Undergraduate students to pursue level M modules (Master Level).Postgraduate exchange students entering Swansea University are allowed to select up to one semester worth of Master Level (M) modules/courses.
IMPORTANT: Due to timetabling, module capacity and other restrictions it is not possible to confirm final module selections until students arrive and enrol at Swansea University. There is a two-week “Add/Drop” period at the beginning of each semester in which to change or confirm module/course selections. No changes can be made after this 2 week period.
- Students spending one semester at Swansea should select modules that total no more than 60 Swansea University credits (30 ECTS).
- Students spending the academic year at Swansea should select modules that total no more than 120 Swansea University credits (60 ECTS)
NOTE: Students should check with their home university Study Abroad Office for full details of how Swansea credits will be transferred.
At Swansea, modules are taught in teaching blocks and students must make sure that they select modules in the correct block.
Teaching Block 1 (TB1) is Semester 1 - These modules/classes are taught in Semester 1 only.
NOTE: Term 1 (Fall) is part of TB1. Students spending Term 1 at Swansea should only select modules/classes that are taught and examined in Teaching Block 1. It is the responsibility of students to check the method of assessment before selecting their modules.
Teaching Block 2 (TB2) is Semester 2 - These modules/classes are taught in Semester 2 only.
Teaching Blocks 1 & 2 (TB1 & TB2) - Academic year modules. These modules/classes are only available to students spending the full academic year at Swansea. Single semester students must NOT select these modules.