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Swansea University

Offered by University at Albany

United Kingdom

Locations:  United Kingdom (Swansea, Wales)

Albany offers an exciting exchange program at Swansea: an ancient city beginning as a small settlement on the River Tawe. Now it is a modern city with nearly 200,000 inhabitants. It is easily accessible from all parts of the UK and less than 3 hours by train from London. The University lies on Swansea Bay, on the beautiful Gower Peninsula, which serves as a natural field laboratory for students of the natural sciences. Students enroll directly into regular university classes with British students in humanities and natural and social sciences. Courses include American studies, biochemistry, biological sciences, business, chemistry, classics and ancient history, computer science, drama, economics, engineering, English literature, environmental science, geography, geology, history, management science, math, medieval studies, modern languages, oceanography, philosophy, politics, psychology, social history, sociology and anthropology, statistics, and others. Internships in various fields are also available.

Academic Fields:  Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services; Communications Technologies/Technicians And Support Services; Engineering; Engineering Technologies/Technicians; Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities; Mathematics And Statistics; Philosophy And Religious Studies

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: Juniors and Seniors with above-average academic records

Program Type: Student Exchange

Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 15 - 18 N/A March 1
Spring 15 - 18 N/A October 1
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