Are you planning to visit Swansea University? Have you missed one of our Open Days?

If you can't make it to an Open Day, or you'd like to take another look around, our self-guided campus tour will give you a flavour of our University, its beach-front campuses and thriving student life. All you need to do is book mark this page, visit in your own time, and explore our campuses at your own pace!

We have two campuses in stunning and unique locations, which sit at each end of Swansea's waterfront: Singleton Park Campus and Bay Campus.



Aerial view of Singleton Campus.

Singleton Park Campus Self-Guided Tour:

Start at Fulton House →

Fulton House

Fulton House is a Grade II listed building that is home to many of the University’s facilities and hospitality. The ground floor houses Costcutter supermarket, Fulton Outfitters Merchandise Store, Greggs, and Tortilla.

The Refectory is located on the first floor, with Uni Food Hub available for a click and collect service and a terrace overlooking the stunning views of Swansea Bay. On the second floor, there is our Students’ Union Bar and Coffee Shop – JCs – which serves a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and food. JC’s hosts several student social events, such as karaoke nights and pub quizzes and is equipped with pool tables and TV’s. Fulton House also houses numerous seminar teaching rooms and accompanying event spaces.

As you leave through the main entrance of Fulton House, turn left and bear left between the side of Fulton House and the Digital Technium. The path between these two buildings situates most of the amenities offered in Singleton Campus.

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Aerial image of Bay Campus

Bay Campus Self-Guided Tour:

Start at the Great Hall →

The Great Hall

The iconic Great Hall is the legacy building provided by BP to Swansea University, it has 9 teaching spaces including 300-seater tiered lecture theatres and 20-seater seminar rooms.

The first floor contains the Sir Stanley Clark Auditorium, which is open to the public and can host up to 700 people for conferences, music concerts, graduations, public lectures and other large events.

Walk to toward the front of Campus to locate the Computational Foundry, located opposite the Bus Stop.

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We hope you enjoyed exploring Swansea University and that you're looking forward to a bright future here!

Want to continue exploring? Why not take a Virtual Tour of our University and take a deeper look into our halls and facilities.