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» Swansea University
Founded in 1920. In 1948 it became the first campus university in UK.
Motto “Skill is bereft without culture” points to long history of entwining science with the humanities, academia with industry.
In 1921 Professor Mary Williams was the first woman in the UK to be appointed to a university chair.
Kingsley Amis wrote Lucky Jim while lecturing in Swansea in 1954.
In 1967 Professor Olak Zienkiewicz revolutionised engineering with his paper The Finite Element Method for Solid and Structural Mechanics.
Location and Transport
Two coastal campuses three hours from London direct by rail and just off the M4.
46-acre Singleton Park campus, in parkland two miles from city centre, houses the colleges of Arts and Humanities, Human and Health Sciences, Medicine, Science and Law.
65-acre beachfront science and innovation Bay Campus, opening September 2015, is three miles from the centre. Home to the College of Engineering and School of Management.
In UK Top 10 for quality of life (Lloyds TSB University Survey, 2014). First Class Award in People and Planet's Green League 2014.
Nearby Gower peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Brecon Beacons has international dark sky reserve status.