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Pathways at

Swansea University 2017/18

International student guide

ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

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• Improve your future earning potential, secure a good job after graduation and enjoy face-to-face interaction with lecturers during your course.

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• Ranked 26th, Swansea University is amongst the Top 30 Universities in the UK for Research (REF, 2014). • Make personal connections with students from around the globe, enjoy different cultures and discover for yourself why students voted Swansea University the UK University of the Year 2014/15 (WhatUni.com Student Choice Awards, 2014/15). • Ranked 8th for student satisfaction (NSS 2015), and ranked 2nd in the 2015 Lloyds Bank Survey for least expensive rooms in private rentals, with an average annual cost of £2,250. • Paid internships and work placements with world-leading employers have resulted in a ranking of 16th for graduate employment (Times 2016).

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Human and Health Sciences

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Launch your global career at Swansea University

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Politics & International Relations

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ICWS: Your pathway to a degree from Swansea University

Psychology

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Science

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Your life on campus

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Sports and Exercise Science

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Think sport... Think Swansea

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Languages and Translation

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The postgraduate pathway advantage at Swansea University

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Postgraduate degrees available to ICWS students

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Singleton Park Campus

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Bay Campus

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Your life in Swansea

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Getting around Swansea

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Things to see in the UK

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Postgraduate courses

Accommodation

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Management, Accounting & Finance

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Childhood Studies

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Computer Science (specialist and conversion)

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Engineering

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Health Science and Informatics

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Languages, Politics and Culture

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Your academic entry requirements

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English language and your study plan

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Navitas bursaries and scholarships

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Tuition Fees

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Your academic calendar 2017/18

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Further information online

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Undergraduate degrees available at Swansea University 19

Undergraduate courses Accounting & Finance

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Business Management & Economics

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Computer Science

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Engineering

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Law & Criminology

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Mathematics

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Media & Communication

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Medicine

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Thuy An Do from Vietnam studied Accounting and Finance with ICWS and Swansea University. Thuy An graduated top of her class and is now working as a Financial Officer in a top company in Wales!

I found that the small classes were very encouraging. They made me more confident. See pages 20 and 36 for Accounting and Finance courses

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Alexander Volkov from Russia was a student with ICWS. He is now studying Advanced Computer Science at Swansea University.

I chose Swansea University because of its top rankings and the great opportunities for work after study. See pages 22 and 37 for Computer Science courses

Nonsi from Bulawayo was a student with ICWS. She is now studying BSc (Hons) Economics at Swansea University.

On completion of high school, my plan was to further my education abroad in the UK. I wanted to study in a small, safe city, because I had grown up in one. Swansea was perfect. With its affordable and laid back lifestyle, the decision to come to Swansea was obvious. See page 21 for Economics courses

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WELCOME FROM OUR VICE-CHANCELLOR Swansea University is ambitious for its students, staff, and for the institution as a whole. We are on a steep upward trajectory making rapid progress towards our aspiration of being one of the top 200 universities in the world by our centenary in 2020.

Professor Richard B. Davies Vice-Chancellor, Swansea University

Swansea University is an ambitious UK university with a long history of working closely with industry, ensuring that courses are relevant to employers’ needs and that the University’s worldclass research has a real impact on global issues. Swansea University is on a strong upward trajectory which is attracting significant investment to provide the most up-to-date facilities. In the Research Excellence Framework exercise (REF) 2014, Swansea became one of the top 30 research universities in the UK. 90% of Swansea’s research was judged to be internationally excellent in its impact and a third of its research is now classed as world-leading. This means that students are taught by, and work alongside, some of the best academic staff in the country and even the world. It is a privilege to be the Vice Chancellor of such a successful university. We pride ourselves on being an international university with many of our degree schemes offering students the opportunity to spend a year or semester studying abroad at one of our partner universities

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across the world, further enhancing career opportunities in a highly competitive graduate marketplace. The momentum we have gained as one of the UK’s most ambitious, research-led universities has made us a natural choice for many talented students, and the increase in applications to study here are a clear indication of our success. In the recent 2016 National Student Survey, overall student satisfaction at Swansea University was 90% and Swansea University has been awarded 5-Stars for excellence in the global QS Stars quality assessment, placing the University amongst other world-leading institutions to have also achieved 5-Stars such as Harvard and Oxford. I believe that we have achieved the right balance of excellent teaching and research, matched by a superb quality of life. I hope you will join us in our aspiration of being one of the top 200 universities in the world by our centenary in 2020.

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“Among the research-intensive institutions, Swansea University made the biggest leap, from joint 52nd to joint 26th” (Times Higher)

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for student experience Lloyds Bank Quality of Life Survey 2014

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Launch your global career at Swansea University In 2014 Swansea University achieved its ambition to be a top 30 research university. It soared up the league table from 52nd in 2008, to 26th in the UK. This is the largest jump in the rankings of any research-intensive university in the UK. Swansea University is comfortably one of the top 30 research intensive universities in the UK according to the recent government sponsored review of the quality of research in every university (The Research Excellence Framework – REF 2014). 90 per cent of Swansea research was judged to be internationally excellent in its impact and a third of our research is now classed as world-leading. This means students are taught by, and work alongside, some of the best academic staff in the world.

Benefiting from world-class research The University’s academic staff are research-active, which helps to keep teaching alive, relevant and up-to-date. Being taught by the people who have written key texts for your course can be particularly memorable and inspirational. It also means that you learn about new theories and technologies as they are being developed and put into practice.

Innovative learning and teaching The University is always looking for innovative ways to add value to your learning experience by using best practice to enhance the quality of our teaching and giving you more opportunities to let us know what you think of how you’re taught. The University uses a wide range of methods and technologies, such as scenario simulations, blogs, podcasts, vodcasts, and social networking, as well as delivering interactive lectures using audience response systems known as ‘clickers’.

Whilst at ICWS you will use Moodle and when you progress to the University stage of the pathway you will use the Blackboard virtual learning environment, which facilitates online learning and teaching. Through Blackboard, you’ll have access to course materials, handouts and lecture notes, as well as shared areas for group work, online discussions, and exchanging ideas with your fellow students. The Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching was established in 2009 to provide the strategic advice and direction necessary to ensure that we continue to offer an excellent learning experience and make the most of emerging teaching technologies.

Support from professional bodies Many of the University’s courses are accredited by professional bodies, offer project placements with industry, and provide opportunities to apply knowledge in a practical setting. Visit the website to see some of the accreditations: swansea.ac.uk/ undergraduate/careers-and-employability.

Careers and employability service If you are undecided about what you want to do after university, don’t worry. Whether you are interested in jobs, postgraduate study, voluntary work, or taking a year out, when you have progressed to the university stages of study, trained advisers are on hand to give you the support and information you need. They can help you to: • develop a portfolio of relevant skills, knowledge, and practical experience

94%

of graduates in employment or further study within six months

• gain maximum benefit from job placements and vacation work • find term time jobs and other opportunities to develop your skills • complete job applications and prepare for interview • secure suitable employment or further study opportunities. Careers Advisers are available Monday to Friday for guidance on any careers related issue.

Real world experience Swansea University’s long history of working with business, industry, commerce and the public sector adds real value to a student’s education. The University listens closely to employers when they tell them what skills and experiences they demand of their graduate employees, and courses are tailored to ensure students gain the professional and high level skills that will enable them to thrive in today’s increasingly competitive world. Many courses are accredited by professional bodies, offer project placements with industry and give students the opportunity to apply knowledge in a practical setting.

Building your international networks When you graduate, you will become a member of the Alumni Association, an invaluable network of 55,000 active members who share common experiences and a love of Swansea. For information about our Alumni Association, please visit swansea.ac.uk/alumni.

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

ICWS: Your pathway to a degree from Swansea University ICWS is an affiliate college of Swansea University. Offering a modern and dynamic educational experience, ICWS is committed to providing academic and support services in an environment that encourages you to achieve excellence in your studies. ICWS offers academic pathways in partnership with Swansea University that lead to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Our unique approach to education transforms international students into Swansea University graduates and lifelong learners. Innovative courses are delivered by highly qualified teachers in a modern, dynamic environment, supported by our friendly support team. At ICWS you will be expected to work hard, but you will also have plenty of opportunities to enjoy your studies and the many social activities available both in Swansea and the surrounding area. Your constant interaction with teachers, ICWS support staff, your peers and an ever-widening network of international contacts will complete your learning experience and contribute to your success at Swansea University. • Small classes with personalised attention: ICWS has a personalised and supportive educational philosophy that encourages students to reach their maximum academic potential. Academic classes usually have no more than 35 students. • A Swansea University student from day one: From the first moment of enrolling at ICWS, you will be a Swansea University student with a student ID to match! • On campus: Your studies will take place on Swansea University's stunning seaside campuses, enabling you to join in the exciting events happening across the University!

• Five intakes per year: Start your studies at a time best suited to you with intakes in September, January, May, June and even a unique November start date. • Foundation options: Our semester Foundation options allow entry with lower English levels (refer to page 44). • Personalised accommodation assistance: Swansea is a great place to live, with some of the least expensive accommodation prices in the UK. Our dedicated accommodation team can find you the perfect home from home. • Value for money: ICWS and Swansea University offer some of the least expensive tuition fees in the UK Top 30 research Universities. The College provides the same elite standard of education, without the price tag. • 24 hour student support: The ICWS Student Support team can offer advice and help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can organise airport pickup, accommodation allocation, provide orientation and advice on where to try the best food in the city! • Superb student lifestyle: ICWS students are able to take part in all University events in addition to special activities reserved only for you. From free tickets to see Premier League games to trips around famous historical places throughout the UK.

Additional intake in November Our unique November start date offers you even greater flexibility when beginning your studies. The November intake is available for the following pathways: Accounting & Finance .............................................. 20 Business Management & Economics ......................... 21 Computer Science .................................................... 22 Engineering ............................................................. 23 Law & Criminology .................................................. 24 Mathematics............................................................ 25 Media & Communication ......................................... 26 Medicine ................................................................. 27 Human and Health Sciences ..................................... 28 Politics & International Relations .............................. 29 Psychology .............................................................. 30 Science.................................................................... 31 Sports and Exercise Science ..................................... 32 Languages and Translation ...................................... 33

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Establish your study plan based on your IELTS score See page 44

Undergraduate pathway High school

Stage 1

Stage 2*

Stage 3

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University Foundation

First Year Degree

Second Year Degree

Final Year Degree

* Please note that students will be admitted directly to the First Year of study if their academic qualifications do not require a Foundation stage of study. For further details please refer to our Admissions Requirements.

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Undergraduate pathways

Postgraduate pathway

An undergraduate pathway is a single course comprising three or four stages of study. After successfully completing this programme, you will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree from Swansea University.

A postgraduate pathway is a single course comprising two stages of study. When you successfully complete the pathway you will be awarded a Master’s degree from Swansea University.

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The University Foundation programme is stage 1 of the undergraduate pathway. The transition from high school to university is a big step, perhaps the most important in your life. The staff at ICWS understand this, and will provide you with ongoing guidance and support, as well as the knowledge and skills you need. This partnership between you and the ICWS staff will make your transition a smooth one.

The Pre-Master’s programme is stage 1 of the postgraduate pathway. It is one or two semesters long, depending on your chosen pathway. It has been designed to prepare international students who have not qualified for direct entry to Swansea University’s Masters’ degrees.

First Year Degree The First Year Degree is stage 2 of the undergraduate pathway. You will experience the first year curriculum of Swansea University, but with smaller class sizes (except for integrated first year) and more academic contact hours. The integrated first year (in non-business related subjects) gives you the full University Level One syllabus based in your university college, with some additional contact hours and tutorial classes with ICWS. This teaching and learning experience will enable you to develop your knowledge and understanding for stages 3 and 4 of your chosen degree.

Second Year Degree and Final Year Degree The Second and Final Year Degree are stages 3 and 4 of the undergraduate pathway, and are taught by Swansea University.

Undertaking the Pre-Master’s programme will allow you to adjust to the rigorous research and independent study requirements of a postgraduate degree and help you get the most out of your Master’s studies at Swansea University.

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English Language English Language is a full-time course specifically designed for international students who need to improve their level of English before starting undergraduate or postgraduate academic studies. The course suits students with different levels of English competence and is offered by Swansea University’s English Language Training Services (ELTS). You can start an English Language course in September, January, April, June or July.

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

Your life on campus ICWS is committed to helping you achieve your goals by providing many support services. As an ICWS student, you will have access to a variety of ICWS and Swansea University services.

Services available at ICWS ICWS encourages you to use the support services available and contact our friendly staff at ICWS for advice and assistance when you need it. Once enrolled, all ICWS students will also have immediate access to the ICWS online student portal, which houses all ICWS timetable and academic information as well as extracurricular information from the Students’ Union and the ICWS support services and academic teams. The student support team is responsible for providing:

• orientation programmes to familiarise you with the college, the university and the city of Swansea • registration with ICWS • registration with Swansea University • social activities • student welfare • study skills training • English language support • academic performance monitoring, including the Students in Jeopardy programme • assignment help

• accommodation services

• attendance monitoring

• an airport pick-up service (on request)

• disability support

• enrolment

• learning support Please note: all of the above are subject to availability and may incur an additional cost.

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Activities at ICWS If you are interested in getting involved in sports and societies, Swansea University is the perfect university for you. The Swansea University campus offers a wide range of recreational and sport facilities for you to use, including a gym, playing fields, sports halls and a 50 metre swimming pool. Being part of sports and cultural societies while at Swansea University will open up many social and career opportunities for you. We encourage our students to participate in such activities as much as possible.

Think sport… Think Swansea Swansea is the Welsh capital for sport, and Swansea University is proud to be a true sporting university. Pbmaho^k.)]b__^k^gmlihkml\en[l%LpZgl^ZlZbfblmh get as many students involved in sport as possible. In fact, sport is often considered one of the core religions of Swansea!

World-class facilities Swansea’s University’s £20 million sports facilities are widely accepted as among the best in the UK. We hosted the IPC European Athletics Championships in 2014, and routinely offer our expertise to world-class teams including: • Swansea City Football Club • West Ham Football Club • Mexican and New Zealand Olympic and Paralympic teams

The Students' Union currently offers these sports clubs: aikido American football archery badminton basketball body boarding boxing canoe cheerleading cricket equestrian football fencing golf hiking hockey jujitsu judo karting karate kickboxing kitesurfing lacrosse lifesaving mountain biking mountaineering netball pool rowing rugby league rugby union running sailing snowriders squash sub aqua swimming tae kwon do tennis triathlon ultimate frisbee windsurfing

• Three Olympic and Paralympic gold medallists • New Zealand Rugby Team

We are Premier League! Swansea University is proud to have a strong and unique relationship with Swansea City FC – the Swans. Our Fairwood playing fields are Premier League-standard facilities, used by the Swans for training. The Liberty Stadium is easy to get to from the University, with a local bus service directly from the University campus. To find out more about Swansea City FC, visit their official website:

swanseacity.net

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Where is Swansea? Situated between the coast in the south and the stunning green hills in the north, Swansea is the ideal location to see Britain’s beaches and countryside at their best. It is also a superb centre for shopping and dining.

Mumbles. Some of the best sporting facilities in Wales are just two or three minutes away from the campus and accommodation is within easy reach. Regular bus services run to the Student Village and to popular student areas such as Uplands, the Marina, Brynmill and Mumbles.

Swansea is conveniently located near the M4 motorway, which links it directly with London and Heathrow Airport, just a three hour drive or train journey away.

Swansea is a very affordable city in which to live and study. You will need to budget for a minimum of £1,015 per month of study, up to a maximum of nine months, to cover your living expenses while studying in the UK.

It has excellent direct rail links to London and other major UK cities, and with Cardiff International Airport just 45 minutes away, budget airlines make it quick and easy to visit other European countries.

Swansea’s climate

As Wales’ second largest city, Swansea boasts the impressive infrastructure you would expect from a modern European city. Its beautiful seaside location makes it a favoured destination for tourists. From the campus you can travel along the seafront to the modern marina and the city centre, or to the vibrant coastal village of

The climate in South Wales is temperate and in the summer regularly reaches 20–25 degrees Celsius. This is ideal weather for the beach, which is just across the road from the campus. Winters are colder, with snow sometimes falling on the hills to the north of the city. However, Swansea’s seaside location usually protects the city itself from the coldest British weather.

Ranked

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SWANSEA CITY CENTRE Our Singleton Park Campus is situated in acres of tranquil parkland

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Our Bay Campus is situated right on the beach on the sweep of Swansea Bay

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THE GOWER PENINSULA 19 miles of dramatic and picturesque coastline – ideal for the great escape when you need a break from lectures and the library.

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Swansea Marina

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Liberty Stadium

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Things to see

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Stonehenge Snowdonia, North Wales

Fashion The UK is well known for its fashion, so you may want to spend some time exploring the many shops in Swansea and other major UK cities such as Manchester, Birmingham and London which are easily accessible by train. We have everything on our doorstep in Swansea, from small boutique independent stores to popular high street names such as Zara and Topshop.

Oxford Street, London

Sport Football, cricket, tennis, rugby, motorsport, to name just a few! The UK is famous for its success in many sports. Watching these sports live is an incredible experience – try it when you study with us.

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Music is a huge part of Welsh and British culture, especially amongst young people. There are hundreds of musical genres and even more places to watch and listen to live music, from stadiums to small venues across the country.

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Accommodation When coming to study with us here at ICWS you can choose to live in our modern student residences in the bustling \bmr\^gmk^%^qZ\meraZe_&pZr[^mp^^gLpZgl^ZNgbo^klbmrlmph[^Znmb_neeh\Zmbhgl%hkp^\ZgZllblmrhnmh_bg] private housing to suit your needs and budget throughout the city.

Modern, safe and convenient The ICWS residences provide self-catered accommodation in the very heart of the city, a short 8-12 minute bus ride from campus. Here will you will benefit from 24 hour support staff, social events and the convenience of living only a short walk from the main shopping districts in the city.

High quality of life, low cost Swansea’s private student housing is the least expensive in the UK, allowing our students to have a wide choice of accommodation for a low price. You can live in luxury flats amongst Premier League footballers in the trendy Swansea Marina, watch the sea from your bedroom in the Brynmill area or live in the bustling city centre.

ICWS has carefully chosen lettings agents throughout the city to provide an option for your individual needs. Once you have an offer, our accommodation team will contact you to begin the accommodation booking process and help you to find your ideal student home!

Getting around Frequent buses run from directly outside our residences and will take between 8 and 12 minutes to reach either campus. You can buy a student bus pass for as little as £350 for the whole year, making Swansea one of the most affordable cities in the UK to travel around. Cycling is a very popular way for students to get around affordably and quickly. With many bike lanes throughout this very flat city, this is often the most convenient way to get from Point A to Point B. Swansea University is the birthplace of world-famous bike company, Mango Bikes – be sure to ride like a local!

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Swansea offers the least expensive student rental accommodation in the UK. Lloyds Bank Student Life Survey, 2015

Private Accommodation Shared housing - Brynmill

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Shared housing - City centre

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Undergraduate pathways

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Undergraduate degrees available to ICWS students

Original thinkers

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Accounting and Finance

Law and Criminology

BSc (Hons) Accounting BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

BSc (Hons) Finance

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

Business Management

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Social Policy

BSc (Hons) Business Management

LLB (Hons) Law

Politics and International Relations

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Business Analytics)

LLB (Hons) Law (Crime and Criminal Justice)

BA (Hons) American Studies BA (Hons) International Relations

BSc (Hons) Business Management (e-Business)

LLB (Hons) Law and American Studies

BA (Hons) International Relations and American Studies (4 years)

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Entrepreneurship) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Finance) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Marketing)

LLB (Hons) Law and Criminology LLB (Hons) Law and History LLB (Hons) Law and Media LLB (Hons) Law and Politics

BA (Hons) International Relations and Modern History BA (Hons) Politics BA (Hons) Politics and American Studies

Mathematics

BA (Hons) Politics and Ancient History

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Operations and Supply Management)

BSc (Hons) Applied Mathematics

BA (Hons) Politics and English

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Human Resource Management)

BSc (Hons) Mathematics

BA (Hons) Politics and History

BSc (Hons) Mathematics for Finance

BA (Hons) Politics and Social Policy

BSc (Hons) Pure Mathematics

BA (Hons) War and Society

Media and Communication

Psychology

Computer Science

BA (Hons) Media and Communication

BSc (Hons) Psychology

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

BA (Hons) French & Media (4 years)

BSc (Hons) Software Engineering

BA (Hons) German & Media (4 years)

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Management Consulting)

Economics

BA (Hons) Media and Spanish (4 years)

Science BSc (Hons) Biology BSc (Hons) Geography

BSc (Hons) Economics

Medicine

BSc (Hons) Economics and Business

BSc (Hons) Biochemistry

BSc (Hons) Geography and Geo-Informatics

BSc (Hons) Economics and Finance

BSc (Hons) Genetics

BA (Hons) Human Geography

BSc (Hons) Genetics and Biochemistry

BSc (Hons) Marine Biology

BSc (Hons) Medical Biochemistry

BSc (Hons) Physical Earth Science

BSc (Hons) Medical Genetics

BSc (Hons) Physical Geography

Engineering BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

BSc (Hons) Zoology

BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering

BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care

Sports and Exercise Science

BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences and Humanities

BSc (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science

BEng (Hons) Environmental Engineering BEng (Hons) Materials Science and Engineering BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering BEng (Hons) Medical Engineering

BSc (Hons) Social Policy

Languages and Translation BA (Hons) English to Chinese Translation and Interpreting BA (Hons) TESOL and English Language

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ACCOUNTING & FINANCE Recent graduate destinations

Modules

Employment and career options Potential career paths: accountancy, actuarial work, banking, government work, insurance.

Advanced Analytical Modelling Consultant, AC Neilsen

Business Studies

Business Analyst, Bloomberg

Critical Thinking

Commercial Graduate, Tata Steel

Economics

Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are:

Finance Analyst, Cable and Wireless Worldwide

English Language Training

Accounting and Finance: £22,348

Finance Graduate Trainee, Tate & Lyle

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

Financial Auditor, Price Waterhouse Coopers

Principles of ICT

Financial Management Trainee, L’Oreal

These programmes benefit from a range of professional accreditations (depending on the programme and modules chosen) including:

Management Trainee, Marks and Spencer

• The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

Module selection varies with length of programme.

Graduate Management Trainee, Enterprise Rent-a-Car

Stage 2: First Year Degree

Graduate Management Trainee, Barclays Investment Banker, Julian Hodge IT Consultant, Cap Gemini Management Consultant, Accenture Management Trainee, Shell UK Recruitment Consultant, Microsoft Share Dealer, OSTC Trainee Accountant, Deloitte Trainee Auditor, Price Waterhouse Coopers

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Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

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CIMA exemptions

Statistics

Foreign Exchange Trader, HSBC

Stage 1: University Foundation

ACCA exemptions

Globalisation

Finance Graduate, Ford Motor Company

The School of Management offers a suite of programmes in accounting and finance aimed at students with an interest in careers in the accounting or finance sector. The choice of programmes allows students to focus on one specialist area or to combine both, and all share a common first year which allows students to switch programmes at the end of the first year should they wish.

• The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)

Composition and Style

Duration One, two or three semesters depending on your academic background and/or English level at entry

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January Duration Two, three or four semesters depending on your English level at entry

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BSc (Hons) Accounting BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons) Finance

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A top 20 UK management school for research impact REF2014

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS Modules Employment and career options

Business Studies

Potential career paths: accounting, finance, government policy development, manufacturing, public sector management, retail management.

Composition and Style

Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Business Studies: £22,979 Economics: £26,630

The School of Management offers a suite of programmes in business management which provide students with a broad range of expertise across the areas of business and management (such as marketing, operations management, finance, accounting, strategy and human resource management) as well as offering a range of cutting-edge specialist optional modules. These subjects are about making decisions and getting the most from people at all levels in all types of organisations. They are interdisciplinary: social, environmental, psychological, economic and technical factors play important roles. Recent graduate destinations

Critical Thinking Economics

BSc (Hons) Business Management

Globalisation Interactive Learning Skills and Communication 1 Principles of ICT Statistics Module selection varies with length of programme.

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January ( please note there is no Economics intake in January) Duration Two, three or four semesters depending on your English level at entry

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

BSc (Hons) Business Management (Business Analytics) BSc (Hons) Business Management (e-Business) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Entrepreneurship) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Finance) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Human Resource Management) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Management Consulting) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Marketing) BSc (Hons) Business Management (Operations and Supply Management) BSc (Hons) Economics BSc (Hons) Economics and Business BSc (Hons) Economics and Finance

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

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Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Stage 1: University Foundation

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

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Intakes September, November, January and May Duration One, two or three semesters depending on your academic bavckground and/or English level at entry

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

Employment and career options Potential career paths: business analysis, games development, internet systems development, IT consultancy, project management, software development. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Computer Science: £23,628

Computer Science affects every aspect of our lives, placing increasing demands on education, business, and industry to ensure that the workforce of the future is equipped with the skills necessary to thrive in the Digital Age. Computer Science at Swansea is at the heart of the technological innovation that is redefining the way we live, learn, and work. The University’s degree programmes have been accredited by the British Computer Society, which allows you to join the Society at graduate level. These degrees will: • train you for high-level entry into a wide range of careers, including software development, Internet systems, and development for mobile technologies • provide you with the skills needed to identify the correct solutions to problems, and to measure how effective your solutions are • teach you how to analyse and assess systems, and design new ones • provide you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, and problem solving skills.

Did you know? Alan Cox, one of the pioneers of the Linux operating system studied at Swansea University and is now one of our lecturers!

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Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Duration Two or three semesters Modules Analytical Techniques 1 Analytical Techniques 3 Environmental Awareness Fundamentals of Programming

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BSc (Hons) Computer Science BSc (Hons) Software Engineering

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Mobile Communications and the Internet Physics 2 Principles of ICT

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

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Ranked 11th in the UK for world-leading research REF2014

ENGINEERING

Employment and career options Potential career paths: aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, construction, manufacturing, medical sciences, product design, systems consultancy, telecommunications engineering. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Engineering: £27,452

Engineering at Swansea University is taught in a cutting-edge learning environment using state-of-the-art teaching facilities. The university pioneers technological progress in both traditional and emerging engineering disciplines, working in partnership with major industrial companies. All engineering activities at Swansea University are driven by, and based on, world-leading research. Our degrees have been accredited by a range of professional institutions. Examples include: • The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation • The Institution of Chemical Engineers • The Institution of Civil Engineers • The Institute of Design Engineers • The Institute of Highway Engineers • The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining • The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Duration Two or three semesters depending on English level at point of entry

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Modules Analytical Techniques 1

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

Analytical Techniques 3

BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering

Chemistry

BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

English Language Training

BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering

Environmental Awareness

BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Fundamentals of Materials Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Physics 2

BEng (Hons) Environmental Engineering

Physics 3

BEng (Hons) Materials Science and Engineering

Principles of ICT

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Module selection varies with length of programme and choice of actual degree scheme

BEng (Hons) Medical Engineering

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Bay Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

• The Institution of Mechanical Engineers • The Institution of Structural Engineers • The Joint Board of Moderators • The Royal Aeronautical Society

A top 10 engineering department REF2014

The Bloodhound SSC will be attempting to break the world Land Speed Record

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LAW & CRIMINOLOGY

Employment and career options Potential career paths: barrister, legal advisor, solicitor. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Law: £19,699

Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Duration Two semesters

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

Modules Composition and Style

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

• train you to apply legal concepts in a practical environment

Constitutional Law

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

• provide you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, research and analytical skills.

Criminal Law

All of Swansea’s LLB courses are qualifying law degrees. These degrees will: • provide you with a solid foundation for a career in law

Criminology at Swansea University provides an opportunity to specialise in areas such as youth justice, crime, drugs and alcohol, corporate crime and sexual crime. These degrees will: • prepare you for a rewarding career in the criminal justice system, such as the police, prison, and probation services • equip you with the skills necessary to work in fields such as youth justice, victim support, community safety and crime prevention • provide you with a foundation for postgraduate study and academic research

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• provide you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, and analytical skills.

Contract Law English Legal System Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Social Policy LLB (Hons) Law

Legal Skills

LLB (Hons) Law (Crime and Criminal Justice)

Mass Communication

LLB (Hons) Law and American Studies

Principles of ICT

LLB (Hons) Law and Criminology

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location Swansea University for Law, ICWS for Criminology, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

LLB (Hons) Law and History LLB (Hons) Law and Media LLB (Hons) Law and Politics

MATHEMATICS Stage 1: University Foundation Employment and career options Potential career paths in: accountancy, banking, finance risk management, statistics. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Mathematics: £24,119

In studying Mathematics at Swansea University you will meet the number theory that Pythagoras studied, the Financial Mathematics that the highest flyers on Wall Street rely on, and a wealth of other topics reflecting the University’s research excellence in probability, analysis, non-linear partial differential equations, non-commutative geometry and algebraic topology. These degrees will: • train you for a wide range of careers in the business world as well as computing and teaching • provide a foundation for postgraduate study and academic research • provide you with transferable skills, including communication, presentation, problem solving and analytical skills.

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Duration Two semesters

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Duration Two or three semesters

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Modules Analytical Techniques 1

Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

Physics 2

BSc (Hons) Applied Mathematics

Physics 3

BSc (Hons) Mathematics

Principles of ICT

BSc (Hons) Mathematics for Finance

Statistics

BSc (Hons) Mathematics for Information and Communication

Stage 2: First Year Degree

BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Management Science

Analytical Techniques 3 Fundamentals of Programming

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

BSc (Hons) Pure Mathematics

Intake September

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MEDIA & COMMUNICATION Employment and career options Potential career paths in: advertising, broadcasting, copy writing, magazine, newspaper and broadcast journalism, market research, marketing, multimedia, public relations. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Media and Communications: £18,212

• help you to gain transferable skills valued by employers, including new media, team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, and analytical skills • provide you with a competitive edge in today’s job market and industries.

Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January

From print and broadcast media to cinema and television, digital publishing, social networking, and public relations, the media increasingly defines the way we interact with our society. It shapes the way we see ourselves and others, and can be a powerful tool for social change, good and bad.

Duration Two semesters

Media and Communication at Swansea has a broad vocational, theoretical and international outlook that reflects the challenges and opportunities of our media-rich world.

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

These degrees will: • provide you with a profound knowledge of the history, theory and practice of media, film, public relations and journalism • equip you with the skills and knowledge required to work in a range of mediarelated industries

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Modules Composition and Style

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Critical Thinking Globalisation

Introduction to Constitutional Principles Mass Communication Principles of ICT Welfare Across the Globe

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BA (Hons) Media and Communication BA (Hons) French & Media (4 years) BA (Hons) German & Media (4 years) BA (Hons) Media and Spanish (4 years)

MEDICINE

Employment and career options

Duration Two or three semesters

Potential career paths: biotechnology, conservation biology forensic science, pharmaceuticals research.

Modules Analytical Techniques 1

Average starting salaries

Biology 1

According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are:

Biology 2

Subjects allied to medicine: £22,268

Chemistry Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Organic Chemistry Principles of ICT

The study of Genetics and Biochemistry plays a major role in diagnosing human diseases and developing new treatments and pharmaceuticals. It sheds light on human evolution and the effect of environmental change on living organisms, and can help us to conserve the planet’s biodiversity. Many graduates of these programmes choose to move into graduate level medical programmes, or research and development roles in industry. BSc (Hons) Medical Biochemistry and BSc (Hons) Medical Genetics will provide you with the appropriate training to undertake further study to become a medical doctor.

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BSc (Hons) Biochemistry BSc (Hons) Genetics BSc (Hons) Biochemistry and Genetics BSc (Hons) Medical Biochemistry BSc (Hons) Medical Genetics

Statistics

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Top UK Medical School of research excellence REF2014

Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

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HUMAN AND HEALTH SCIENCES

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: ageing studies, community development, education, local government; social research, work and civil service and work in third sector organisations. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Social Sciences: £20,038

Intakes September, November and January Duration Two semesters Modules Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Composition and Style Globalisation Introduction to Constitutional Principles Welfare Across the Globe

• provide you with a broad understanding of medicine and health care, social policy and welfare issues and how we experience them as a society • equip you with key critical analysis and appraisal skills • equip you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, and advanced analytical skills.

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Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Critical Thinking

Statistics These degrees will:

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

Biology 1

BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences and Humanities

Biology 2

BSc (Hons) Social Policy

ICT

Module selection varies with degree scheme choice.

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 1: University Foundation

Intake September

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Duration Two semesters

BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care

POLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: education, government policy, international development, journalism, local or international politics. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Politics: £21,940

Politics and International Relations is not just about studying government institutions and international relationships. It is a discipline that has explored different visions for a more just society for thousands of years, while also addressing today’s most pressing challenges. Politics and International Relations at Swansea University investigates issues including terrorism, genocide, financial crises, the role of the media, and the future of British politics. It asks where problems and threats to society come from, and whether we can prevent them. The Department of Political and Cultural Studies is one of the select Departments that have been awarded the right to deliver a new module on Parliamentary Studies by the Houses of Parliament. This prestigious module is approved and supported by the Speaker and Clerk of the House of Commons and the Lord Speaker and Clerk of Parliaments in the House of Lords. Students studying the module will have the chance to visit the Palace of Westminster, as well as receiving talks at Swansea University from Parliamentary clerks covering a range of topics from the legislative process to the changing role of the House of Lords.

These degrees will:

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

• equip you with skills relevant for a rewarding career in a range of diverse fields, including civil and intelligence services, local and national government, management, finance, teaching, and journalism

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

• help you to gain transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, and analytical skills • provide you with the methodological skills and approaches necessary for postgraduate study and academic research.

Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University:

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

BA (Hons) American Studies

Intakes September, November and January

BA (Hons) International Relations and American Studies

Duration Two semesters

BA (Hons) International Relations and Modern History

Modules Composition and Style Introduction to constitutional principles Critical Thinking Welfare across the globe Globalisation Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

BA (Hons) War and Society BA (Hons) International Relations

BA (Hons) Politics BA (Hons) Politics and American Studies BA (Hons) Politics and Ancient History BA (Hons) Politics and English BA (Hons) Politics and History BA (Hons) Politics and Social Policy

Mass Communication Principles of ICT

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

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PSYCHOLOGY

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: clinical psychology, forensic psychology, nursing, occupational therapy. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Psychology: £19,050

Psychology is the scientific study of the brain and behaviour. Students will study the psychological and neuroscientific processes that underpin daily activities such as thinking, reasoning, memory and language, learn the consequences of brain injury and how to improve health-related behaviour. The Psychology degree is validated by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and confers eligibility for Graduate Membership of the BPS and for the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC). The latter is the first step to becoming a Chartered Psychologist (on condition that a minimum of a Second Class Honours Degree, Division Two is achieved). The degree will: • equip you with skills relevant to careers in a wide variety of roles, including teaching, nursing, personnel management, and consultancy • prepare you for postgraduate study or research

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• provide you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, presentation, problem solving, and analytical skills If you wish to practise as a psychologist in areas such as Clinical, Educational, Forensic, or Occupational Psychology, you will need to undertake further study at postgraduate or doctoral level.

Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Duration Two or three semesters Modules Biology 1 Biology 2

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following, from Swansea University:

Composition and Style

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Critical Thinking Environmental Awareness Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Statistics Principles of ICT Statistics

SCIENCE

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: agriculture, climatology, conservation development and aid, environmental monitoring/ modelling, glaciology, resource management. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Biological Sciences: £20,094 Geography: £21,210

Science at Swansea University incorporates a range of subjects, from biology through to geography. All these subjects bring together a range of research centres and provide an understanding of the world we live in. Swansea University is renowned for its research excellence in aquaculture, biochemistry, climate change, geoinformatics, glaciology and zoology.

Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January (two semesters) September and May (three semesters)

Modules Eight modules from the following depending on degree pathway:

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Analytical Techniques 1 Biology 1

Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Biology 2

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Chemistry Composition and Style Critical Thinking Environmental Awareness Globalisation Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Mass Communications Organic Chemistry

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BSc (Hons) Biology BSc (Hons) Geography

Principles of ICT

BSc (Hons) Geography and Geo-Informatics

Statistics

BA (Hons) Human Geography

Module selection depends on degree scheme choice.

BSc (Hons) Marine Biology

Stage 2: First Year Degree

BSc (Hons) Physical Geography

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

BSc (Hons) Physical Earth Science BSc (Hons) Zoology

Intake September Duration Two semesters

Duration Two or three semesters

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SPORTS AND EXERCISE SCIENCE

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: coaching, performance training, sports and exercise training.

Cardiac Physiologists, Performance Analysts, Physical Activity and Health promotion, and prepare you for postgraduate study • provide you with transferable skills, including team working, communication, problem solving, and analytical skills.

Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Sports Science: £18,748

Sports Science at Swansea University is ranked 5th in the UK, according to The Guardian University Guide 2014. Swansea University prepares its graduates for their future careers and there are high profile placements with major sporting teams and venues. As a student on the BSc Sports Science course, you will be provided with an academically rigorous and BASES accredited programme of study covering the factors that influence participation and personal performance in sports. You will also look at the methods by which these factors may be investigated. This degree will: • train you for a career as a sport and exercise scientist • provide other rewarding career opportunities in roles as diverse as; Performance Scientists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches,

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Stage 1: University Foundation Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intakes September, November and January Duration Two semesters Modules Analytical Techniques 1

Stage 2: First Year Degree Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

Stage 3: Second Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Biology 1 Biology 2 Environmental Awareness

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following, from Swansea University:

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

BSc (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science

Chemistry

Principles of ICT Statistics

LANGUAGES AND TRANSLATION

Employment and career options Potential career paths in: advertising, education, English language teaching, interpreter, journalism, marketing and tourism Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Linguistics £18,934

Swansea is the only University in the UK to offer the unique BA Honours English – Chinese Translation and Interpreting programme to students with a native or near-native command of Chinese Mandarin, plus a high level of competence in English as a foreign language. The BA Language Studies and TESOL – teaching people whose first language is not English to speak the language – opens doors to a variety of rewarding careers around the world. Great news for our students – Swansea University’s English Language and Literature subjects rose to the top 200 of the QS World subject rankings for 2014.

Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 2: First Year Degree

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Intakes September, November and January

Intake September

Duration Two semesters

Duration Two semesters

Modules Composition and Style

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Critical Thinking

Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Globalisation Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Introduction to Constitutional Principles Mass Communication

Stage 4: Final Year Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Principles of ICT Welfare Across the Globe

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: BA (Hons) English Language and TESOL BA (Hons) English to Chinese Translation and Interpreting

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The postgraduate pathway advantage at Swansea University The ICWS postgraduate pathway is designed for students who:

The Pre-Master’s programme will:

• come from an academic background different to that of the UK or do not meet university direct entry requirements

• help you develop your intellectual and practical skills building to a set of transferable skills that will support you in your onward academic studies/careers and decision-making

• require additional English Language training • have been away from studies for a period of time • are looking to fine-tune skills already gained during their undergraduate studies or employment.

• help you develop fundamental knowledge and an understanding of the basic principles relevant to your particular degree • help you develop numerical techniques, research methodologies and ICT, presentation and communication skills • ensure you have attained the prescribed level of interdisciplinary language competence.

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Duration

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One or two semesters (depending on your subject area and level of prior studies)

September, January and June

While at ICWS, you will study a series of modules that will prepare you for a seamless progression to Stage 2 of your chosen taught master’s degree. All modules include core academic skills relevant to postgraduate degree study.

Assessment for most modules is continuous, and consists of examinations, assignments and case study analysis.

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12 months



During the Master’s (Stage 2) programme, you will build on what you have learned during the PreMaster’s programme and extend your professional understanding about your area of study. A Master’s degree usually consists of a series of specialist modules in structured class, seminar or tutorial formats. Modules will be assessed through examinations, assignments, essays or seminar performance. Assessment may also include individual or group projects and presentations. For most Master’s degrees, preparing and submitting a major project or dissertation will form a large part of the assessment and final grade.

Modules will be assessed through examinations, assignments, essays or seminar performance. Assessment may also include individual or group projects and presentations. For most Master’s degrees, preparing and submitting a major project or dissertation will form a large part of the assessment and final grade.

Postgraduate degrees available to ICWS students Accounting and Finance

Management

MSc Accounting and Finance

MSc Management

MSc Finance and Business Analytics

MSc Management (Business Analytics)

MSc Financial Management

MSc Management (e-Business)

Engineering

MSc Management (Entrepreneurship)

MSc Aerospace Engineering

MSc Management (Finance)

MSc Chemical Engineering

MSc Management (Human Resource Management)

MSc Civil Engineering

MSc Management (International)

MSc Computer Modelling and Finite Elements in Engineering Mechanics

Language, Politics and Culture MA Chinese–English Translation and Language Teaching MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages MA Translation and Interpreting MA Communication, Media Practice and PR MA Development and Human Rights MA Digital Media MA Gender and Culture MA International Communication and Development MA International Journalism MA International Relations MA International Security and Development MA Politics MA Professional Translation MA Public Policy MA War and Society

MSc Management (Management Consulting) MSc Management (Marketing) MSc Management (Operations and Supply and Project Management)

Child Development MA Childhood Studies MA Developmental and Therapeutic Play

Computer Science MSc Computer Science (Via Conversion route only) MSc Advanced Computer Science MSc Advanced Software Technology

MSc Communications Engineering

MSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering MSc Power Engineering and Sustainable Energy MSc Materials Engineering MSc Mechanical Engineering MSc Nanoscience to Nanotechnology

Health Science and Informatics MSc Gerontology and Ageing Studies MSc Child Public Health MSc Health Care Management MSc Public Health and Health Promotion MSc Health Informatics

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MANAGEMENT, ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

Employment and career options Potential career paths: accounting, finance, government advisors, manufacturing, public sector management, retail management. Average starting salaries

Stage 1: Pre-Master’s

Stage 2: Master’s Degree

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

Intakes September, January and June

According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are:

Duration One or two semesters

Accounting and Finance: £22,348

Modules Five modules taken on the one semester course Academic English Skills 1 and 2

The School of Management offers a suite of taught programmes which are specifically designed to enhance employability. There are programmes for students with any undergraduate degree who now wish to study management and programmes for students who have already studied business or management at undergraduate level.

Critical Management Thinking Finance Interactive Learning Skills and Communication Quantitative Methods for Business Research and Critical Analysis Strategy Assessment Report Tutorial 1 and 2

The School’s academic staff combine international research expertise with a wealth of industry experience which includes China Telecom, Costain, Dell, Deutsche Bank, Ernst and Young, G4S, Standard Chartered Bank, Skanska and WS Atkins.

Intake September Duration Two semesters

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MSc Accounting and Finance MSc Finance and Business Analytics MSc Financial Management MSc Management MSc Management (Business Analytics) MSc Management (e-Business) MSc Management (Entrepreneurship) MSc Management (Finance) MSc Management (Human Resource Management) MSc Management (International)

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MSc Management (International Standards) MSc Management (Management Consulting) MSc Management (Marketing) MSc Management (Operations and Supply and Project Management)

CHILDHOOD STUDIES Employment and career options Potential career paths: health promotion and education, healthcare professional, nursing, paediatrics, social care.

The Master’s in Childhood Studies is designed for a wide range of professionals working with children. A broad range of topics are covered and students are encouraged to critically reflect on their practice and address theory and research relevant to their own interests.

Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Subjects allied to medicine: £20,768 (2014 data)

Childhood Studies explores how children develop from birth, how they acquire the ability to learn and think for themselves, and how their development is influenced by their families and the communities they live in. It explores topics from broad historical, psychological, and sociological perspectives and examines the rights of the child in reference to the UN Convention.

Stage 1: Pre-Master’s Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake January Duration One semester Modules Health Science

Stage 2: Master’s Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MA Childhood Studies MA Developmental and Therapeutic Play

Health Science Study Skills ICT Skills Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

COMPUTER SCIENCE (SPECIALIST) COMPUTER SCIENCE (CONVERSION) Employment and career options K^\^gm`kZ]nZm^l\Zk^^kiZmal3 Flex Programmer, CBSM; Software Engineer, General Dynamics UK; Computer analyst, Hewlett Packard; Senior Software Developer, Information Processing Ltd; Systems Developer, Itchen College; IT Engineer, LRN Security; IT Engineer, New Directions; Software developer, Persuasive Image; Web Developer, Time Etc Ltd; Developer, Tinopolis; Software Developer, VSI Thinking; Systems analyst, Wall Colmonoy; Database Administrator, We Predict Ltd Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Computer Science: £23,628

The Department of Computer Science provides state-of-the-art facilities including fully networked laboratories running Windows and Linux and a project laboratory containing specialised equipment. Laboratories support a wide range of software including programming languages Java, C# and the .NET framework, C, C++, Haskell and Prolog.

There are also integrated programme development environments such as Visual Studio and Netbeans; the widely used Microsoft Office Package; web access tools and many special purpose software tools including graphical rendering and image manipulation tools and more.

Stage 1: Pre-Master’s Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MSc Computer Science (Via Conversion route only) MSc Advanced Computer Science MSc Advanced Software Technology

Intakes September (Specialist) January and June (Conversion) Duration Two semesters (Specialist) One semester (Conversion)

Stage 2: Master’s Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

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ENGINEERING

Employment and career options Potential career paths: aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, construction manufacturing, medical sciences product design, surveyor, systems consultancy, telecommunications. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Engineering: £27,452

Engineers at Swansea pioneered the development of numerical techniques such as the revolutionary finite element into ‘power stations’ through the use of functional coatings, and a low cost biosensor capable of diagnosing a range of health conditions. As a postgraduate student you will have access to research enabling facilities housed in each of the College’s internationally recognised research centres, including state-of-the-art laboratories, multimedia suites, advanced computing technology and excellent postgraduate study rooms.

A UK top 10 engineering department REF2014

Graduate Prospects in the UK The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide League Table 2016

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The College of Engineering has developed some of the University’s strongest links with industry at Welsh, UK, and International level, and has established itself as a leader in engineering development, working in partnership with such blue chip companies as TATA, Rolls-Royce, Airbus, BAE Systems and HP.

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MSc Aerospace Engineering MSc Chemical Engineering MSc Civil Engineering

Stage 1: Pre-Master’s

MSc Communications Engineering

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Bay Campus

MSc Computer Modelling and Finite Elements in Engineering Mechanics

Intake September Duration Two semesters

MSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering MSc Materials Engineering MSc Mechanical Engineering

Stage 2: Master’s Degree

MSc Nanoscience

Location Swansea University, Bay Campus

MSc Nanoscience to Nanotechnology

Intake September Duration Two semesters

MSc Power Engineering and Sustainable Energy

HEALTH SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS Stage 1: Pre-Master’s Employment and career options Potential career paths: clinical management, government strategic planning, health analysis nursing, osteopathy, paramedical science. Average starting salaries According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are: Subjects allied to medicine: £20,768 (2014 data)

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake January Duration One semester

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MSc Gerontology and Ageing Studies MSc Child Public Health MSc Health Care Management

Modules Health Science

MSc Public Health and Health Promotion

Health Science Study Skills

MSc Health Informatics

ICT Skills Health Science courses at Swansea University are aimed at multi-professionals. The courses encompass a range of fields, including chronic-condition management, healthcare, infection control, law, management, nursing, public health and policy.

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

Stage 2: Master’s Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters

LANGUAGE, POLITICS AND CULTURE Stage 1: Pre-Master’s Employment and career options University graduates are employed in diverse and dynamic vocations such as education; journalism, media and PR; creative and professional writing; marketing, sales and advertising; government and politics; foreign affairs and diplomatic corps; humanitarian organisations; commercial, industrial and public sectors; business, law and finance; social and welfare professions; heritage and tourism; teaching English as a foreign language and some are employed as translators.

Location ICWS at Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus Intake September Duration Two semesters Modules Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of one of the following, from Swansea University: MA Chinese-English Translation and Language Teaching MA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TESOL) MA Translation and Interpreting

ICT Skills

MA Communication, Media Practice and PR

Mass Communications

MA Development and Human Rights

Average starting salaries

Academic English Skills (1)

MA Digital Media

According to The Complete University Guide 2016, average graduate starting salaries are:

Semester 2

MA Gender and Culture

Globalisation

Linguistics: £18,934 English: £18,771 Communication and Media Studies: £18,212

Swansea University Delivered Modules 1 & 2

MA International Communication and Development

Arts and Humanities graduates make an invaluable and irreplaceable contribution to the economy and are crucial in supporting world leading creative industries sectors. The future is bright for Arts and Humanities students. The University works with employers, employer representative groups, professional bodies and partner International Institutions to provide students with the opportunity to undertake study abroad, work placements, internships and extra-curricular activities.

Academic Tutorial - Critical Thinking

MA International Journalism MA International Relations

Stage 2: Master’s Degree Location Swansea University, Singleton Park Campus

MA International Security and Development MA Politics

Intake September

MA Professional Translation

Duration Two semesters

MA War and Society

MA Public Policy

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

Your academic entry requirements The requirements listed below refer to the minimum grades acceptable for entry to study, however certain pathways may require higher grades. Please note that the new UCAS Tariff will be used for courses starting from September 2017. Country/ Region

Undergraduate pathway

Stage 1: University Foundation

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Stage 2: First Year Degree in Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Finance

Postgraduate pathway Stage 2: First Year Degree (all other programmes)

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UK Education System

Five GCSE passes or equivalent, with a minimum grade C (grade 3 in new system) average overall

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

UK Bachelor’s degree Successful completion - BA/BSc/BEng/LLB. Where appropriate the degree must be in a relevant discipline

Angola

Successful completion of Habitacao Literias (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) with a minimum of 5 subjects passed, and an overall grade average of 10

Successful completion of a Pre–University Certificate or equivalent

Successful completion of Pre-University Certificate/ Diploma with overall good grades and evidence of good scores in relevant subjects where appropriate

A three years Higher Education Diploma with a minimum overall average of 60%, in a relevant subject where required

Australia

Successful Completion of Year 11

Successful completion of year 12 with a minimum 50% pass rate

Successful completion of year 12 equivalent to 200–220 UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level including relevant subjects where appropriate

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Bangladesh

Successful completion of HSC/Intermediate Certificate (10+2) with a minimum average of 55 overall

Successful completion of HSC/Intermediate certificate (10 +2) with minimum average of 60% overall

Completion of a diploma or 3 year bachelor degree with good grades in all subjects including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Botswana

Five passes at GCE O level with a grade C average overall

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Brunei

Five passes at GCE O level with a grade C average overall

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Canada

Successful completion of grade 11: 60% average

Successful completion of Grade 12: 65% average

Successful completion of Grade 12: 65%–75% average including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

China

Successful completion of Senior Middle School 2* with a minimum average of 70% or higher, or successful completion of Senior Middle School 3 with a minimum average of 60% or higher.

Completion of Senior Middle 3: Minimum 70% average

Completion of Senior Middle 3: Minimum 75%–80% average with no less than 70% in any subject including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Egypt

Satisfactory pass in Certificate of Secondary Education

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Ghana

Completion of SSCE (WAEC/ NECO) with a minimum of five passes and an overall average of C6

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Gulf Cooperation Council

Completion of Tawjihiyah with a 60%. A minimum of 70% in Mathematics is required for Computer Science, Engineering, Maths and Science.

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Hong Kong

An overall Form 5 Pass with average of 40-55% including Mathematics where required.

Minimum of three passes at Grade 3 or the equivalent of 120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

Minimum of three passes at Grade 3 or the equivalent of 180220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Country/ Region

Undergraduate pathway

Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 2: First Year Degree in Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Finance

Postgraduate pathway Stage 2: First Year Degree (all other programmes)

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India

Completion of All India or State Board SSC (X): Grade average 55%

Completion of All India or State Board HSC (XII): GPA 55%

Completion of All India or State Board HSC (XII): 65% or higher including relevant subjects where appropriate

A three years Higher Education Diploma with a minimum overall average of 60%, in a relevant subject where required

Indonesia

Successful completion of SMK/ SMA with an average of 6.0

Successful completion of SMK/ SMA with an average of 7.0

Successful completion of SMK/SMA with an average of 7.5 including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

International Baccalaureate

20 points minimum

24 points minimum

IB Certificate: 28 points including a Physical Science at higher level. IB Diploma: 24 points including relevant subjects where appropriate

n/a

Iran

Year 3 High School Diploma: Pass overall

Year 4 High School Diploma: Pass overall

Completion of High School Diploma (4 years) with overall grade of 12-14 including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Jordan

Completion of Tawjihiyah with 60%

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Kazakhstan

Successful completion of the Attestat with a GPA of 3.0

Successful completion of the Attestat with a GPA of 3.5

Diploma of Completed Specialised Secondary Education with good grades including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Kenya

Successful completion of KCSE with a minimum of five passes and an overall grade C average

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Korea

High School Leaving Certificate: GPA 2.0; Senior Middle 2: GPA 3.0

High school Diploma from Specialised high school; Junior Diploma/associate degree

High School Diploma from a Vocational High School with good grades or Junior College Diploma/associate degree including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Malawi

Successful completion of MSCE

Completion of COHSC with good grades

Completion of COHSC with good grades including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Malaysia

SPM Minimum of three passes at grade D. UEC: Pass. ICWS can accept SPM forecast results

STPM/UEC with two Principal Level Passes. ICWS can accept STPM forecast results

STPM/UEC: three Passes with minimum grade C including relevant subjects where appropriate. ICWS can accept STPM forecast results

As above

Mongolia

Successful completion of Secondary Education and High School Graduation

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Myanmar

Completion of Basic Education High School Examination Matriculation: Pass overall

Completion of Technical High School Diploma/Trade School Diploma/Agricultural School Diploma: Pass overall

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Nigeria

Completion of SSCE (WAEC/ NECO) with a minimum of five passes and an overall average of C6

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent, or OND

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate, or OND

As above

Pakistan

HSC Humanities/Commerce with 50% minimum overall score

HSC Science, Engineering/ Premedical with 50% minimum overall score

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

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Country/ Region

Undergraduate pathway

Stage 1: University Foundation

Postgraduate pathway

Stage 2: First Year Degree in Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Finance

Stage 2: First Year Degree (all other programmes)

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Russia

Attestat: GPA 3.0

Attestat: GPA 3.5

Diploma of Completed Specialised Secondary Education with good grades including relevant subjects where appropriate

A three years Higher Education Diploma with a minimum overal average of 60%, in a relevant subject where required

Singapore

Five passes at GCE O level with an overall minimum average of C

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

South Africa

Completion of National Senior Certificate with a minimum of four passes OR Successful completion of Year 11 with good grades

Senior Certificate with Matriculation/National Senior Certificate

Senior Certificate with Matriculation/National Senior Certificate including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Taiwan

Completion of Senior Middle 3 (60%) or Completion of Senior Middle 2 (70%)

Pass Senior High School Leaving Certificate with a 75% overall average/pass Junior College Diploma

Completion of Senior Middle 3 with at least a 75%–80% average overall

As above

Tanzania

Five passes at GCE O level with an overall minimum average of C

Successful Completion of Cambridge Overseas High School Certificate (COHSC)/East African Certificate of Education (EAACE) 120 UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/ AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Thailand

Successful completion of Maw 6 with a GPA of 2.0 average

Successful completion of Maw 6 GPA 2.5 average

Diploma in Vocational Education/Higher Certificate (Technician Level) with merit including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Turkey

Successful completion of Lise Deplomasi (High School Certificate)

Devlet Meslek Lise Diplomasi/Lise Diplomasi/On–Lisans Diplomasi: Grade 3 (60%) or above

Devlet Teknik Lise Diplmomasi with good grades, including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Ukraine

Successful completion of Attestat with a GPA of 4.0

Successful completion of Attestat with a GPA of 7.0

Diploma of Completed Specialised Secondary Education with good grades, including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Uganda

Five passes at GCE O level with an overall minimum average of C

Successful Completion of Cambridge Overseas high School Certificate (COHSC)/UACE

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

USA

Successful completion of High School Diploma with a GPA of 2

High School diploma plus a minimum of 500 in each part of the SAT reasoning test (or 1,500 overall) plus a score of 500 in any SAY subject test taken, or equivalent

Successful completion of High School diploma plus a minimum of 500 in each part of the SAT reasoning test (or 1500 overall) plus a score of 500 in any SAY subject test taken, or equivalent

As above

Or Advanced Placement tests: Minimum grades 222 from 3 Group A

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Vietnam

Completion of year 11: 6.5 GPA; Successful completion of Year 12

Completion of Year 12: 6.5 GPA

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Zambia

Five passes at GCE O level with a grade C average overall

120 (48 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

180-220 (72-88 new system) UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent including relevant subjects where appropriate

As above

Zimbabwe

Five passes and an overall grade C average in Zimsec O level/Cambridge School Certificate (CSC) or Cambridge Overseas School Certificate (COSC)/GCE O levels

Five points in the ZIMSEC A level system

Nine points in the ZIMSEC A level system including relevant subjects where appropriate

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Daniil Ryazantsev from Russia is studying Business Management at Swansea University, having progressed from ICWS.

Swansea University has an incredible Zmfhlia^k^^o^krhg^mknlmlZg]k^li^\mlrhn' Pbmaikh_^llbhgZelphkdbg`hgma^\hnkl^%bml possible to come out with a very good degree and job. See page 21 for Business courses

Mohammad Zaheer Malik from Pakistan studied Civil Engineering with ICWS and is now in the third year of his degree at Swansea University. Swansea is a lovely place to study and enjoy life. Every morning I see the sunrise over the bay, which is beauty in itself. With regards to studies, LpZgl^Zlg`bg^^kbg`]^`k^^aZlZ`hh] rank in the UK and all over the world. See pages 23 and 38 for Engineering courses

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

English Language and your study plan The language of instruction at ICWS is English. To attain entry into the undergraduate or postgraduate pathway, you must be able to demonstrate you have a suitable level of English proficiency. You can do this by obtaining one of the results shown in the table below. Level and subject

ICWS Study plan* based on IELTS score

Stage 1: University Foundation

4.0 (4.0)

4.5 (4.5) or 4.5 (4.0)

5.0 (4.5)

5.0 (5.0) or 5.5 (4.5)

5.5 (5.0)

6.0 (5.0)

5.5 (5.5) or higher

All pathways

Two terms English Language + Three semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

One term English Language + Three semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

Three semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

Three semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

Two semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

Two semesters University Foundation sponsored at NQF3

One or Two semesters University Foundation (depending on qualifications and subject area) sponsored at NQF6

Stage 2: First Year Degree

4.0 (4.0)

4.5 (4.5) or 4.5 (4.0)

5.0 (4.5)

5.0 (5.0) or 5.5 (4.5)

5.5 (5.0) or 5.5 (5.5)

6.0 (5.0)

6.0 (5.5) or higher

Accounting and Finance, Business Management, Economics

Two terms English + Four semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

One term English + Four semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

Four semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

Four semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

Three semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

Three semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF4

Two semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

Stage 2: First Year Degree

4.0 (4.0)

4.5 (4.5) or 4.5 (4.0)

5.0 (4.5)

5.0 (5.0) or 5.5 (4.5)

5.5 (5.0) or 5.5 (5.5)

6.0 (5.0)

6.0 (5.5) or higher

Computer Science, Criminology, Engineering, Human and Health Science, Media and Communication, Medicine, Mathematics, Politics, Languages and Translation, Psychology, Science, Sports and Exercise Science

Four terms English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

Three terms English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

Two terms English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

Two terms English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

One term English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

One term English Language + First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

Two semesters First Year Degree sponsored at NQF6

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4.0 (4.0)

4.5 (4.5) or 4.5 (4.0)

5.0 (4.5)

5.0 (5.0) or 5.5 (4.5)

5.5 (5.0) or 5.5 (5.5)

6.0 (5.0)

6.0 (5.5) or higher

All pathways

Four terms English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

Three terms English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

Two terms English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

Two terms English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

One term English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

One term English Language + PreMaster's sponsored at NQF7

One or Two semesters (depending on qualifications and subject area) PreMaster’s sponsored at NQF7

Studied in English? Exemptions Where appropriate (i.e. you have obtained the relevant score) ICWS/Swansea University will continue to exempt the need for IELTS from students who have taken local examinations in English such as WAEC, KCSE, IGCSE, HKDSE, A or AS level, IB, SPM and so on.

English language preparation If you do not meet the English language requirement for direct entry to your chosen pathway, you can receive the required amount of English language tuition to prepare you for successful entry into your chosen programme at a later date. The English language training is conducted by Swansea University’s English Language Training Services (ELTS).

English Language dates Ten week courses commencing in January, April, July and September each year. Twelve week course begins June of each year.

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Amina Sanusi from Nigeria studied Accounting and Finance with ICWS and is now in the third year of her degree at Swansea University.

Studying at ICWS has helped me learn about other cultures. I now have friends from all over the world! See pages 20 and 36 for Accounting and Finance courses

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Ka Ho Tong from Hong Kong studied Psychology with ICWS and is now a proud Swansea University graduate

This is such a beautiful and comfortable place to live. Moreover, people are friendly, allowing me to get used to living in a new environment quickly. Most importantly, the University is high ranking and provided me with a lot of guidance for my future career. See page 30 for Psychology courses

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Navitas bursaries and scholarships Navitas family bursaries

Navitas academic merit scholarships

Navitas offers financial support in the form of family bursaries. A bursary applies where two or more students from the same family study with a Navitas member institution.*

Navitas is committed to helping you achieve your career goals by offering scholarships to outstanding students.

The bursary is equivalent to 10 per cent of the tuition fee for up to 8 units of study within one program only.†

Each term, Navitas colleges* award two students with academic merit scholarships.

* The Navitas family bursary and academic merit scholarships are offered to students studying at ACBT, BCUIC, Curtin College, Curtin Singapore, CRIC, Deakin College, Deakin College Indonesia, Edith Cowan College, EIC, Eynesbury, FIC, Griffith College, HIC, ICM, ICP, ICRGU, ICWS, La Trobe Melbourne, La Trobe University Sydney Campus, LBIC, Navitas at FAU, Navitas at UMass Boston, Navitas at UMass Dartmouth, Navitas at UMass Lowell, Navitas at UNH, NIC, PUIC, SAIBT, SIBT, UC College, UCIC, Western Sydney University International College, and Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus only. † Certificate programmes may also be known or registered as Foundation Studies or University Transfer Programme Stage I. Diploma programmes may also be known or registered as Undergraduate Pathway, University Transfer Programme (UTP), University Transfer Programme Stage II, University Pathways Programme. ‡ The Navitas bursary is not applicable to any English language programme or any component of an English language programme offered by a Navitas member institution. § The supporting documentation that is required will depend on the country where the student is enrolled. ** Navitas academic merit awards are offered to students studying in the UK at CRIC, EIC, HIC, ICP, ICRGU, ICWS, LBIC, PUIC and BCUIC only. This information is correct as at the time of printing and may be subject to change without notice or at the discretion of Navitas member institutions or Navitas Limited.

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

Your tuition fees and pathway guide

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English Language

Course fee (£)

Cost per 11 weeks block of study

£2,850

Cost per 13 weeks block of study

£3,420

Stage

Pathway (Two semesters unless stated otherwise)

Fees

Intake Points

1

University Foundation in Accountancy and Finance (One semester)

£9,950

September, January, May

1

University Foundation in Accountancy and Finance

£14,550

September, November, January, May

1

University Foundation in Accountancy and Finance (Three semesters)

£17,550

September, May

1

University Foundation in Business Management (One semester)

£9,950

September, January, May

1

University Foundation in Business Management

£14,550

September, November, January, May

1

University Foundation in Business Management (Three semesters)

£17,550

September, May

1

University Foundation in Computer Science

£14,800

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Computer Science (Three semesters)

£17,800

September, May

1

University Foundation in Economics (One semester)

£9,950

January, May

1

University Foundation in Economics

£14,550

September, November, January, May

1

University Foundation in Economics (Three semesters)

£17,550

September, May

1

University Foundation in Engineering

£17,450

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Engineering (Three semesters)

£19,950

September, May

1

University Foundation in Law

£13,350

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Criminology (Three semesters)

£15,950

September, May

1

University Foundation in Mathematics

£14,650

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Mathematics (Three semesters)

£17,650

September, May

1

University Foundation in Media and Communication

£13,500

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Media and Communication (Three semesters)

£16,300

September, May

1

University Foundation in Human and Health Science

£14,950

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Human and Health Science (Three semesters)

£17,600

September, May

1

University Foundation in Politics and International Relations

£13,950

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Politics and International Relations (Three semesters)

£16,950

September, May

1

University Foundation in Medicine

£16,500

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Medicine (Three semesters)

£19,850

September, May

1

University Foundation in Geography, Human Geography, Geography and Geo Informatics

£15,750

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Geography, Human Geography, Geography and Geo Informatics (Three semesters)

£18,750

September, May

1

University Foundation in Biology, Marine Biology

£16,500

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Biology, Marine Biology (Three semesters)

£19,500

September, May

1

University Foundation in Physical Earth Science, Physical Geography

£16,800

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Physical Earth Science, Physical Geography (Three semesters)

£19,800

September, May

1

University Foundation in Zoology

£16,400

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Zoology (Three semesters)

£19,400

September, May

1

University Foundation in Psychology

£15,500

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Psychology (Three semesters)

£18,500

September, May

1

University Foundation in Genetics

£16,950

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Genetics (Three semesters)

£19,950

September, May

1

University Foundation in Sports and Exercise Science

£16,450

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Sports and Exercise Science (Three semesters)

£19,450

September, May

Stage

Pathway (Two semesters unless stated otherwise)

Fees

Intake Points

1

University Foundation in Languages and Translation

£13,500

September, November, January

1

University Foundation in Languages and Translation (Three semesters)

£16,300

September, May

2

First Year Degree in Accountancy and Finance

£14,950

September, November, January

2

First Year Degree in Accountancy and Finance (Three semesters)

£17,950

September, May

2

First Year Degree in Accountancy and Finance (Four semesters)

£20,950

January, May

2

First Year Degree in Business Management

£14,950

September, November, January

2

First Year Degree in Business Management (Three semesters)

£17,950

September, May

2

First Year Degree in Business Management (Four semesters)

£20,950

January, May

2

First Year Degree in Computer Science

£14,950

September

2

First Year Degree in Genetics

£16,950

September

2

First Year Degree in Economics

£14,950

September

2

First Year Degree in Economics (Three semesters)

£17,950

September, May

2

First Year Degree in Economics (Four semesters)

£20,950

January, May

2

First Year Degree in Engineering

£17,950

September

2

First Year Degree in Human and Health Science

£14,600

September

2

First Year Degree in Medicine

£16,500

September

2

First Year Degree in Politics and International Relations

£14,000

September

2

First Year Degree in Criminology

£13,600

September

2

First Year Degree in Mathematics

£14,650

September

2

First Year Degree in Media and Communication

£13,750

September

2

First Year Degree in Geography, Human Geography, Geography and Geo Informatics

£15,500

September

2

First Year Degree in Biology, Marine Biology

£16,500

September

2

First Year Degree in Physical Earth Science, Physical Geography

£16,800

September

2

First Year Degree in Zoology

£16,800

September

2

First Year Degree in Psychology

£15,000

September

2

First Year Degree in Sports and Exercise Science

£16,450

September

2

First Year Degree in Languages and Translation

£13,750

September

1

Pre-Master's in Accounting and Finance (One semester)

£9,950

January, June

1

Pre-Master's in Accounting and Finance

£12,750

September, January

1

Pre-Master's in Language, Politics and Culture

£12,750

September

1

Pre-Master's in Management (One semester)

£9,950

January, June

1

Pre-Master's in Management

£12,750

September, January

1

Pre-Master's in Computer Science (One Semester)

£12,750

January, June

1

Pre-Master's in Computer Science

£9,950

September, January

1

Pre-Master's in Health Science and Informatics (One semester)

£9,950

January

1

Pre-Master's in Child Development (One semester)

£9,950

January

1

Pre-Master's in Engineering

£13,500

September

Your academic calendar 2017/18 Year

Intake

2017

Autumn

11 September

18 September

20 December

Autumn (Integrated)

17 September

1 October

14 December

2018

Orientation

Start date

End date

November Intake (all Programmes)

25 October

30 October

20 December

Spring (all programmes)

15 January

22 January

27 April

Summer (Undergraduate)

14 May

21 May

24 August

Summer (Postgraduate)

4 June

6 June

31 August

Autumn (all programmes)

10 September

17 September

19 December

November Intake (all programmes)

24 October

29 October

21 December

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ICWS Your pathway to Swansea University 2017/18

Further information online Detailed programme information

Arranging your visa, health cover and arrival

swansea.ac.uk/icws

icws.navitas.com/arriving-in-the-uk

Detailed programme information and downloadable information guides.

Accommodation options

Entry requirements icws.navitas.com/admission-requirements A detailed guide to the academic and English requirements for entry into courses.

Your investment – tuition fees and living costs

icws.navitas.com/accommodation A variety of accommodation options are available to suit your individual lifestyle and budget.

Conditions of enrolment icws.navitas.com/conditions-of-enrolment

icws.navitas.com/fees

This extract is indicative only and is provided to applicants for information purposes only.

How to apply

Policies and procedures

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Application form Please print in BLOCK LETTERS (1) Personal Title:

Mr

Mrs

Miss

Other

Family name:

First name(s):

Previous family name: (if applicable) Date of birth:

DAY / MONTH / YEAR

Gender:

Male

Female

Student address:

Postcode:

Country:

Home telephone:

Mobile telephone:

Country of birth:

Skype ID:

Email:

Country of passport held:

Passport number:

(2) Pathway area selection Undergraduate Pathway Areas

Postgraduate Pathway Areas

Stage 1: University Foundation

Stage 2: First Year Degree

Stage 1: Pre-Master’s

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance

Business Management

Business Management

Language, Politics and Culture

Computer Science

Computer Science

Business Management

Economics

Criminology

Child Development

Engineering

Economics

Computer Science

Law and Criminology

Engineering

Engineering

Mathematics

Mathematics

Health Science and informatics

Media and Communication

Media and Communication

Medicine

Medicine

Human and Health Science

Human and Health Science

Politics and International Relations

Politics and International Relations

Psychology

Psychology

Science

Science

Sports and Exercise Science

Sports and Exercise Science

Languages and Translation

Languages and Translation

Year of entry:

Month of entry:

September

November

January

May/June

(This section must be completed, including desired major/specialisation, where relevant) Your chosen degree:

(3) Education details Prior education – highest level achieved Name of qualification (eg. 'A' Levels, Year 12, Bachelors):

Grades Name of institution attended:

(itemise individual subject grades):

Date of completion

(4) English proficiency

(7) Immigration

Please provide details of your English language qualification.

Have you previously applied for any visa to enter the UK?

Yes

No

If ‘Yes’ please complete below

IELTS (Score):

Second visa

Other (‘O’ Levels, Cambridge):

First visa

You must submit full academic transcripts/certificates and proof of English proficiency so that we can assess your eligibility for your selected study Pathway. If these documents are not submitted with this form, we will not be able to process your application.

(5) Disabilities/Special Needs Please indicate in the next column whether or not you will need any additional support or facilities. We will pass this information on to our Student Services team who will liaise with you to support you through the admission process and determine whether we and the university can meet your study needs. I have no known learning/physical disability I have a specific learning/physical disability Please give details of any adjustments needed and attach further information as necessary:

(if applicable)

Type of visa applied for (Tier 4, Short Term, other) If visa was Tier 4 please state course studied with dates If visa was successful please attach a copy of the visa

Attached/ Attached/ Not attached Not attached

Attached/ Attached/ If visa was unsuccessful please attach a copy Not attached Not attached of the refusal letter Have you previously been refused a visa for any other country?

Yes

No

(8) Other information How did you hear about ICWS? You may tick more than one box. Exhibition/seminar Internet Newspaper/magazine advertisement British Council Recommended by an ICWS representative (agent)

(6) Declaration of Criminal Convictions Please indicate if you have any unspent convictions

Yes

Recommended by a friend or relative Is your friend/relative an ICWS student?

No

Yes

No

Other:

You do not need to inform us of any spent convictions (as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974). If you are not sure whether you should tell us about a previous conviction, you should seek further advice from a solicitor or advisory body.

(9) Application checklist and declaration We require the following section to be completed in order to process your application. Check that you have attached:

Check that you have: Completed all sections of the application form

Certified copies of your academic transcripts

Read and understood the Conditions of Enrolment, including the Fee and Refund Policy within the brochure or on the website

Evidence of your English language ability if applicable A copy of your passport and/or visa

I declare that the information I have supplied on this form is, to the best of my understanding and belief, complete and correct. I understand that the giving of false or incomplete information may lead to the refusal of my application or cancellation of enrolment. I give permission for ICWS to obtain official records from any educational institution that I have attended. I also authorise ICWS to supply any relevant official records to educational institutions to which I am seeking admission, to government bodies and to parents/sponsors if required. I understand that Course Fees are subject to review; I accept the conditions as laid out in the ICWS Payment and Refund Policy and accept liability for the payment of all Course Fees as outlined within. I understand that living expenses in the United Kingdom may be higher than in my own country and confirm that I am able to meet those costs. I hereby consent to ICWS disclosing my personal information to third parties in the manner set out in ICWS’s Privacy Policy, which includes: • Disclosure to ICWS representatives (agents) acting on my behalf; • Disclosure to Swansea University to facilitate progression from ICWS to the next stage of my studies; • Disclosure to Navitas Ltd and its affiliates for the purpose of communication with regarding pathways and services offered by Navitas Ltd and its related companies. Tick this box if you do not wish to receive information via SMS about your offer. Signature: Parent/Guardian signature: (if applicant is under 18 years of age)

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Date:

DAY / MONTH / YEAR

Date:

DAY / MONTH / YEAR

Agent contact details Agency name: Agent Office Code: Email: Branch Office:

ICWS Margam Building Swansea University Singleton Park Swansea SA2 8PP United Kingdom

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We also offer customised workplace training for companies, and a range of training and settlement services for the Australian Government. Wherever you are, and wherever you want to be, the knowledge and resources of our staff around the world will ensure your success.

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Middle East • SAE Institutions — Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE New Zealand • SAE Institute, Auckland • UCIC — University of Canterbury, Christchurch United Kingdom • • • • • • • • • •

BCUIC — Birmingham City University CRIC — Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge EIC — Edinburgh Napier University HIC — University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield ICP — University of Portsmouth ICRGU — Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen ICWS — Swansea University LBIC — Brunel University London PUIC — Plymouth University SAE Institutions — Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Oxford • UNIC - University of Northampton United States of America • Navitas at FAU — Florida Atlantic University • Navitas at UMass Boston — University of Massachusetts Boston • Navitas at UMass Dartmouth — University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • Navitas at UMass Lowell — University of Massachusetts Lowell • Navitas at UNH — University of New Hampshire • Navitas at WKU — Western Kentucky University • SAE Institutions — Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, San Francisco

Australian College of Business and Technology (ACBT) are affiliated organisations and are not owned by Navitas Limited. NAVITAS USA: These schools are authorised under federal law to enrol non-immigrant alien students. Registered Company names and CRICOS provider codes: SAE Institute Pty Ltd 00312F; Navitas Bundoora Pty Ltd trading as La Trobe Melbourne 03312D; La Trobe University 00115M (VIC); La Trobe University Sydney Campus 00115M; Colleges of Business and Technology (WA) Pty Ltd; Curtin University of Technology CRICOS Provider Code 00301J, Curtin University is a trademark of Curtin University of Technology; Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd trading as Eynesbury 00561M; The University of Adelaide 00123M; Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College 01590J; Deakin University 00113B; Perth Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd 01312J; Edith Cowan University 00279B; Queensland Institute of Business and Technology, trading as Griffith College. 01737F; Griffith University 00233E; South Australian Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd 02193C; University of South Australia 00121B; Sydney Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd 01576G; Macquarie University 00002J; Newcastle International College 03293B; The University of Newcastle 00109J; The University of Western Sydney ABN 53 014 069 881 trading as Western Sydney University is a registered provider under the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Provider Number 00917K; UWS Enterprises Pty Ltd ABN 44 003 474 468 trading as Western Sydney University The College (CRICOS Provider Number 02851G) is a wholly owned entity of the University of Western Sydney. Academic Pathway programs are delivered by Western Sydney University The College under arrangement with the University of Western Sydney; University of Canberra / University of Canberra College 00212K. Navitas English: Courses are delivered by Navitas English Services Pty Ltd (ACN 002 069 730), CRICOS Provider 00289M; The Certificate IV in TESOL is delivered by Navitas English Pty Ltd (ACN 003 916 701), CRICOS Provider 00031D. Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia 02193C; Hawthorn-Melbourne (Hawthorn Learning Pty Ltd, ACN 124 204 171) CRICOS provider code: 02931G; Navitas Professional Institute Pty Ltd trading as Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) and Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP). National CRICOS provider code: 01328A. UCIC NZQA Provider Number 7177. ICM CRA BN: 81210 5146; FIC CRA BN: 81210 5146. Company Numbers: Birmingham City International College Ltd trading as Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC) 07445570; CRIC 06407773; EIC 06822392; ICP 06770123; ICWS 6412162; HIBT Ltd trading as HIC 5163612; London IBT Ltd. trading as London Brunel International College (LBIC); Plymouth Devon International College Ltd trading as Plymouth University International College (PUIC) 06822402; ICRGU 07154254. Navitas Limited ABN 69 109 613 309

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