You have received your offer from Swansea University!
What does this mean?
UCAS will formally tell you the decision from the University, including any conditions which must be met before the start of the academic year. The details will be shown on UCAS.
If you supplied a valid email address on your application, UCAS will email you when a decision has been made. To protect confidential information, the email will not contain the actual decision: you'll still need to go to UCAS to check the details.
You can also use UCAS to accept or decline offers and change some personal details, such as your postal address, telephone number and email address.
No offers of admission made by other means are considered to be legally binding. Indications of admission by a member of staff of any Department should not be considered to constitute an offer of a place, nor should it be considered binding in any way, before you receive a formal offer through UCAS.