Do you already have your results?
It’s not too late to apply to start your studies this September.
We have a small number of places available on most courses for well qualified, suitable candidates – please check out our vacancy listings.
Our Admissions Team are available to talk to you 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday on 01792 295 111.
You are welcome to visit us if you haven’t done so already, to check out the campus, accommodation and surrounding area, and to talk to our academic staff and current students. You may visit independently, view our virtual tour, and/or attend one of our Clearing open afternoons in August.
Once you have secured a place with us you can organise your accommodation and then enjoy your summer in the knowledge that you will be coming to Swansea in September.
Don't forget you are entitled to an automatic scholarship award if you attain A-level AAA/AAB, BTEC DDD (or equivalent). You're also entitled to our other funding options, including income-related bursaries and sport scholarships. Find out more about funding here.
Already registered with UCAS this year?
You are eligible for Clearing or Adjustment if:
- You applied after 30 June
- You didn't receive any offers (or none you wanted to accept)
- You achieved better results than expected and exceeded the terms of your conditional offer (eligible for Adjustment)
- Your exam results weren't as expected, and you didn't meet the conditions of your offers (eligible for Clearing)
Not registered with UCAS?
Don’t worry, you can still apply to us for this September.
We advise that you contact us in the first instance, to check that you are eligible to apply for your chosen course.
Once your eligibility is confirmed, you can apply using our online application form
Please note that you must only apply through this method if you are not registered with UCAS this year.
If you are already holding a firm or insurance offer with Swansea University we will confirm your place as soon as we receive your results.
If you did not meet the terms of your offer, don’t panic! Your application will be sent to the Admissions Tutor for your chosen course for reconsideration, and you will be contacted to discuss your options.