August 17th 2019 Drop-in Sessions
On Saturday 17th August 2019, the University will be hosting informal drop-in sessions at its campuses, primarily for students who want to start their studies in September 2019.
The drop-in sessions will provide an opportunity to visit our campuses, view our accommodation and talk to the lecturers and support staff. The day is a great opportunity to ask any questions that you may have and to finalise the arrangements for coming to study with us in September.
You may come along anytime between 11am and 3pm, and tailor your visit to suit your needs. If you just want to speak to a lecturer for a short time, then that’s fine, or you can make it a fuller day by touring our campus and accommodation, speaking about student finance and learning support.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each of our main campuses in Swansea, Carmarthen and Lampeter will be open to visitors on Saturday 17th from 11am – 3pm
- Carmarthen: SA31 3EP
- Lampeter: SA48 7ED
- Swansea Business Campus: SA1 1NE
- Swansea College of Art: SA1 3EU
- Swansea Waterfront: SA1 8EW
Although each of the campuses listed above will be open to visitors on the 17th we recommend that you attend the campus where your course is based so that you will be able to meet with the most appropriate staff. If you have registered for the event before 5pm on Friday, you will receive an email with confirmation of where you should attend.
The events will run from 11am to 3pm.
In Swansea and Carmarthen the events are drop-in sessions without an opening talk, allowing you to arrive at any time. However, we advise you to arrive before 2pm to give yourself enough time to ask your questions.
If you are attending the Lampeter event and have registered you will be sent an email with the full programme of the day. Registration On Lampeter campus will start at 10am with a welcome talk at 11am.
Yes. If you would like to complete an existing application or if you have not yet made an application you will be able to at any of the events. Registry staff will be available to help you with the application process.
Yes. Members of staff from our student support team will be available to discuss financial support, accommodation worries and any learning support requirements you may have.
In Swansea, these staff will be based in the IQ building at Swansea Waterfront (SA1 8EW). If you are attending one of the other Swansea campuses you will have the option of using one of our free shuttle buses to transfer between campuses. The final shuttle bus will leave campus at 2.15pm.
Free parking is available on campus in Carmarthen and Lampeter.
In Swansea, free parking is available at Swansea Waterfront (SA1 8EW) and at Swansea Business Campus (SA1 1NE) which is a 10 minute walk from the Swansea College of Art (half a mile).
For guests with mobility restrictions, limited parking is available for Art and Design guests in the car park behind the Dynevor Building, accessed from Horton Street off the Kingsway.