How we can work with you

From our establishment in 1920, our values have been built around our civic responsibility. Enriching the lives and practices of our diverse community is at the heart of what we do. Through our world leading and internationally excellent research, knowledge exchange and partnership activities we help improve and inform all kinds of organisations, individuals and groups including; charities, businesses, and Government celebrating our Welsh community and culture that we are a part of.

From short term projects to longer term research collaborations, working with world leading researchers across a variety of specialist sectors can help you develop creative solutions to organisational challenges.

At the heart of our research strength is a network of interdisciplinary initiatives, and Centres of Excellence, established to enable staff with expertise in different fields to explore radical new concepts, focusing on the innovation needs of private, public and voluntary sector organisations. 

Finding the right expert

Research and Expertise

We work with partners and collaborators across the globe. Our research is delivering significant, sustained, valuable economic and societal impact in Wales, UK and internationally.

See more about our current research and impact, and discover the range of expertise through our academics and researchers here at Swansea.

Our Research Impact

Want to speak to an expert about collaborating? 

Our Impact and Engagement Team are on hand to help you at any stage of your collaborative journey and can assist you with your enquiries, and help put you in touch with the right academic or researcher depending on your project. Find our Impact and Engagement Officers for each of our faculties, below, or if you're unsure of where your enquiry would be best placed, please email us at

Contact our Impact and Engagement Officers for each of our Faculties: 

  • Tomos Watson, Science Impact & Engagement Officer (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
  • Kate Spiller, Impact & Engagement Officer (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)
  • Raha Rahbari, Impact & Engagement Officer (Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
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