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Here at International @CampusLife we help students, and their families, with all sorts of non academic problems.

We are fully trained immigration specialists but will try and assist with any queries about being an international student in the UK that you might have.

We run an International Welcome Day in September, as well as social activities and trips throughout the year. We hope very much to see and welcome you on those soon.

Social events, trips and activities

International@ CampusLife also run social activities, events and monthly trips throughout the year which are open to all Swansea University students and we actively encourage people to engage with those- no matter where in the world they are from. Some activities are designed with families in mind, so if you have your family with you please look our for those on our Fatsoma ticket page and via your student email. We hope very much to see and welcome you on those soon.

If you would like to help us organise and deliver some of these social activities, you are able to do so whilst working towards gaining valuable employability skills. You do this by becoming one of our ICL GO! Team. Information about the GO!Team, as well as other volunteering opportunities, can be found via DISCOVERY Student Volunteering Service.

Getting the help and advice you need

It is important to International @CampusLife that they are available to support students as much as possible in a variety of ways.

To see if you can get the advice you need quickly, it is worth checking to see whether the information you require can be found within the International@CampusLife webpages- especially if your query is regarding Visas and Immigration. Such as;  How much money do I need for a Tier 4 visa application? and Guidelines for documents for a Tier 4 visa.

For answers to queries that can't be solved via the web, the team run face to face drop-in sessions at the University as often as is possible (dependent on other team activities). No appointment is necessary and if you need a subsequent booked appointment they will arrange this for you during the drop-in session. Appointments usually take place in the afternoon and the team will try and accommodate you as quickly as possible at the campus most convenient to you. Please bring any documentation relevant to your query with you so we can help as quickly and fully as possible.

Contact International@CampusLife

Drop-in sessions are as follows:

Singleton Campus: Campuslife Reception, Keir Hardie
Monday and Thursday from 10:00 - 11:50
Wednesday from 13:00- 14:30 (please note the slightly earlier finish which will be for the next few weeks, so staff can facilitate Pre-sessional visa extension workshops).

Please note: There will be no drop in session at Singleton Campus on Wednesday 14th of August, and Monday 19th August. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Bay Campus: MyUniHub, Tower Information Centre
Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 - 11:50

Please note: There will be no Wednesday drop-in session at Bay Campus for the next few weeks. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.