You can phone the University of Swansea on their switchboard contact number 01792 205 678 whether you have enquiries about undergraduate admission, an upcoming Open Day or the course intake for a STEM degree such as Medical Engineering, Computer Science or Medicine.
Switchboard Enquiries – 01792 205 678
You should phone the University of Swansea on their switchboard number 01792 205 678 for information about the undergraduate admissions policy or to be put through to a specific academic department. For installers, callers can enquire about the course requirements for a specific STEM subject (such as Medicine) if they are unsure which A-Level subjects will be considered in their application. Alternatively, you can call the above number to enquire about the specific course modules taught in a STEM degree, and whether you can access the required scholarship in the university library. Prospective students will also be able to enquire about the date of the next available university Open Day, and can both book a place in a department and campus tour on his number. It is also advised to familiarise yourself with the University of Swansea term dates so that you can be sure to arrive in the City prior to enrolment. You can also use the University switchboard number 01792 205 678 to enquire about the process of applying to accommodation, and can discuss the total fee charged to stay in a Swansea Hall of Residence.
Medical Engineering at Swansea – 01792 205 678
You can also contact the University of Swansea on their UK telephone number 01792 205 678 for information about the medical engineering courses taught within the College of Engineering and the College of Medicine. Callers can discuss both the entrance criteria, course intake and module outline with a Swansea University representative or ask to be directed to a member of staff in the academic department for more specific enquiries.
How Much to Call the University
Contact numbers that start with a geographic area code cost the same per-minute rate as any local call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, the University of Swansea may be free to contact if your landline deal includes free calls to local rate numbers or if your mobile tariff has inclusive free minutes.
Write to the Swansea Admissions Team
Alternatively, if you need to send any documentation that demonstrates that you have met the Medical Engineering course requirements or indicated your right to study in the UK then you can do so when writing to the the University of Swansea on the following postal address: email@example.com.