Unsure of what subject you’d like to study at University? Our current News Webinar Series takes place at various times though-out the year to give you a flavour of the different subjects that we offer. 

We've had a fantastic lineup of academics so far that have delivered sessions across a range of subject areas. They are a fantastic way to get a feel for what university lectures are like. Our most recent Autumn series has just come to an end. Registrations for our next live series will be launched in Spring 2022. To catch up on our series so far, take a look at our recordings below.

Autumn 2021

How to avoid catching Covid in a car - Civil Engineering

VENOM WORLD: CHEMICAL WEAPONRY ACROSS THE ANIMAL KINGDOM - BioSciences

Nudging BEHAVIOUR FOR THE GOOD OF SOCIETY - Marketing

IMPROVE RECOVERY FROM LONG COVID - Sports & Exercise Science

How to become a doctor - Medicine

AN INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS - Economics

MAKING A MOBILE APP, FROM CONCEPT TO LAUNCH - Project Management

IF IT BLEEDS, IT LEADS - Criminology

SHUT UP OR SHUT DOWN: THE IMPLICATIONS OF POLICING SOCIAL MEDIA - Law

HIGH-TECH FOR ANIMALS AND WHY WILDLIFE NEEDS IT - Zoology

PSYCHOLOGY AT SWANSEA - PSYCHOLOGY

LEARNING TO LIVE WITH COVID-19: WHAT CAN THE HISTORY OF INFLUENZA TEACH US? - History

WHERE COULD YOUR BIOCHEMISTRY DEGREE TAKE YOU? - Biochemistry

Spring 2021

Britain and the EU: putting 'Brexit' into Historical Context - History

Drugs in Sport - Pharmacy

Decoding Black Holes - Physics

Privacy in a Digital World: Who Knows What About You? - Computer Science

How do we Make Decisions About Education: What can Economics Tell us? – Economics

Should we be able to Shut People Down? - Law

Do Metals get Tired? - Materials Science and Engineering

Covid-19 Crisis Communications - Media & Communications

The World’s First Coronavirus Vaccine ‘Smart Patch’ - Medical Engineering

Mathematical models of infectious diseases with applications to the COVID 19 pandemic - Mathematics

Dangers of Nitrous Oxide - Pharmacy

Opportunities in Actuarial Science Post-Covid-19 - Actuarial Science