Enrolment and Welcome Week 2018

A very warm welcome to new undergraduate and postgraduate students in Cymraeg/Welsh, Education, English Language and TESOL, English Literature and Creative Writing, History, Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology, Modern Languages, Media, Communication and PR and Political and Cultural Studies. 

As well as the official activities you need to complete with Swansea University, there will also be induction activities organised by your Department. These are very important as they provide an opportunity to find out the details of what will be expected of you during your studies and the resources you will have access to. You will also meet other new students and the people in your department who will support you during your time with the College. New students are required to attend Departmental induction events.

Taking your first steps as a Swansea University student. Find out about Swansea University Arrivals, Welcome and Enrolment here.

Students needing assistance with Module Selection should contact the relevant subject Programme Director from the list below, or email COAHAcademicOffice@swansea.ac.uk.

Postgraduate Programme Directors 2018/19

Applied Linguistics

TESOL: Dr Federica Barbieri

CETLT: Dr Chris Shei

English Literature and Creative Writing

English Literature: Dr Mel Kohlke

Creative Writing: Dr Francesca Rhydderch


Medieval Studies

Prof Daniel Power

Dr Alison Williams

Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology


Dr Troy Sagrillo


Media and Communication

Comms, Media Practice & PR: Sian Rees

Digital Media: Dr Rhys Jones

Media & Globalisation: Dr Richard Thomas

International Journalism: Dr Yan Wu

Modern Languages

Prof Andy Rothwell

Political and Cultural studies


Dr Dion Curry


International students

International students will need to attend all departmental induction sessions as well as special sessions for international students. Please click here for further details.

Induction guide for History Postgraduate students

‌Please note - Your departmental induction timetable is for one week only (24th September to 28th September) and is not the same as your teaching timetable. Induction timetables are subject to change and so please print your timetable shortly before you arrive. 






Medieval Studies Masters Induction

Keir Hardie 206

Wednesday 26th September



History Masters Induction

Faraday Lecture Room B

Wednesday 26th September



Public History and Heritage Masters Induction

Keir Hardie 021

Wednesday 26th September  2pm  4pm

PGTM Welcome Talk by Prof. John Spurr followed by Social Event

Taliesin Create

Wednesday 26th September