Other Policies

Academic Dress

Students are required to wear academic dress at Degree Ceremonies and at other University functions where specified.

Age Policy

The University aims to create an environment in which all staff and students, whatever their age, feel equally welcome and valued, and in which ageist behaviour is not tolerated. 

Change of Address

This statement explains that students must record any change in their home or Swansea address on their Intranet record and notify their Faculty(ies)/School(s) without delay.  

GDPR Data Protection

This statement explains that the University has a range of data protection policies and procedures in place to process personal data in line with data protection legislation.

Freedom of Information

This statement provides information on freedom of information in terms of how to request information, an appeals procedure, disclosure log, publication scheme and compliance statistics. 

Medical Arrangements

Students are expected to register with the University's General Practitioner or with a local medical practice within 2 weeks of arrival in Swansea. Please see the Health and Wellbeing pages for more information.


Payment of Fees 

This refers to payment of Fees at Swansea University.

Prevent Duty Policy

This policy outlines Swansea University’s commitment to preventing students from being drawn into terrorism.

Safeguarding Policy

This policy explains that the University aims to provide a safe and secure environment for all students, staff and visitors.


Information on University security.

Sexual Orientation Policy

This policy aims to ensure an environment in which homophobic or discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. All staff and students, whatever their sexuality should feel equally welcome and valued.

Social Media Policy

This policy is for students and provides information on the appropriate use of social media.