Your Swansea Personal Guide

Many students choose Swansea for their future university but what do they like about it and what do they want to see improved?

An anonymous survey was taken in order to find out whether international students need more help with anything connected with their stay in Swansea, what they like about their university and what they would like to change about it.

The results of the conducted questionnaire were similar in most of the cases. To sum up, they showed that most of the Swansea University students were overall satisfied by their choice to study in Swansea mainly because of its location and the courses offered. Students described it mostly with superlatives such as: ”peaceful city and location, friendly atmosphere, good roommates, diversity, excellent research facilities and sports”.

However, there were quite a few students who were not completely satisfied by the Swansea University services just because ‘there was no clear guidance and information about the facilities, help and support counselling and workshop services it offers’. To help with this, several clarifying photos of the most important buildings are provided along with a short video-guide. That way, Swansea university hopes to become a better place for living, studying and fulfilling dreams.

The basic and first building that has everything!

Fulton House – The basic and first building that has everything! Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

A way to on campus halls and the path to the Sports Centre.

A way to the campus halls and the path leading to the Sports Centre. Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

Every student finds its way to lectures starting from this point.

Every student finds its way to lectures starting from this point (entrance of Fulton) Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

The place where you can find all you need for your studies, assignments, personal interests and where you can find quiet as well as bigger and specified rooms.

The place where you can find all you need for your studies, assignments, personal interests and where you can find quiet as well as bigger and specified rooms – the Library and Information Centre Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

Poetry meetings, a cafe to chill out with your friend or a lecture room, Taliesin has it all.

Poetry meetings, a cafe to chill out with your friend or a lecture room, Taliesin Building has it all. Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

Want to be an inspiring journalist or a brilliant director? If you study Media, Communications, Journalism or translations this is your place to go.

Want to be an inspiring journalist or a brilliant director? If you study Media, Communications, Journalism or translations this is your place to go. Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

Studied a little bit too much? Overworked? Go to the wonderful campus park to have a coffee/tea/hot chocolate and maybe relax a bit or have a lovely chat with a friend.

Studied a little bit too much? Overworked? Go to the wonderful campus park to have a coffee/tea/hot chocolate and or maybe just relax. Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

Except of the lovely rainbow that is maybe the only good thing that comes after a Swansea downpour, you can find any financial guidance in the Finance building ahead...

Except of the lovely rainbow that is maybe the only good thing that comes after a Swansea downpour, you can find any financial guidance in the Finance building ahead… Photo Credits | Antoniya Gerimpapazi

If you are still a little bit confused and want a very quick and basic guide stating the most important places for a new comer please follow the link below:

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