The Swansea College is a further education college located at Wales, United Kingdom. It has nearly 15,000 students and 1,000 staff members. The various subjects offered by the college include accounting, administration, art, beauty, biology, business, childcare, communications, computing, drama, economics, education, engineering, English, film studies, languages, geography, hairdressing, health, hospitality, information technology, law, manufacturing, mathematics, media, music, nursing, photography, psychology, science, sociology, sport, theatre and tourism.
Swansea Metropolitan University was formerly known as Swansea Institute, it has been a major centre for the delivery of vocational higher education for more than 150 years. It is located at Mount Pleasant, UK. Its School of Art was established in 1853 and teacher education in 1872. It is one of the newest universities in the United Kingdom and received its university status in January 2008. The various subjects are offered through three Faculties, namely, The Faculty of Applied Design and Engineering;The Faculty of Art and Design and The Faculty of Humanities.
The International College Wales Swansea (ICWS) , an affiliate college of Swansea University and based on its seafront campus, is a dynamic educational institution committed to providing quality education to students in a conducive environment for learning. Founded in 1920, Swansea University has a distinguished history of academic success with a study approach that is totally up to date. The University was voted number one from among 170 institutions in the UK�s Best Student
Swansea University has the perfect environment in which to live and study. Our parkland campus has a spectacular seafront location within easy reach of a vibrant city. With an international reputation for academic and research success and a modern approach to study, Swansea could be the right choice for you.
At the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsular lies Clyne Golf Club, Swansea. It's course commanding wonderful views in all directions. The course is laid out on the high ground of Clyne Common about three to four hundred feet above sea level. The turf is of the moorland type, although gradually changing in character over the years as a result of fertilisation. There are, owing to the undulating ground, many natural hazards, apart from the large number of bunkers. There is also gorse and bracken in profusion, with some strategically planted trees. The large greens are generally in excellent condition.
The National Waterfront Museum tells the human story of Welsh industry and innovation now, and over the past 300 years.
Come and visit Swansea Market, the largest indoor market in Wales, for a shopping experience you won't forget!