The team recruits international undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 100 countries.
We maintain international partnerships to extend Swansea’s global reach and have exchange links with more than 100 partner universities and organisations around the world. Our international scholarships strengthen our study and work abroad programmes.
We host visits in many countries and have regional specialist teams: Americas and Europe, South and South East Asia, Middle East and Africa and East Asia.
Our Go Global team is responsible for all students who are either going abroad or coming to Swansea to study. The team coordinates and provides funding for opportunities in a variety of countries including study and volunteering programmes, internships and cultural programmes. We also co-ordinate a range of short and summer programmes.
- International Recruitment
Undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 100 countries.
- International Mobility
Range of programmmes and internships from summer placements to study abroad.
- International Projects
Visiting and Exchange programmmes for students and academic staff.
- International Strategic Partnerships
Links with more than 100 partner universities and organisations worldwide
Get in touch
Sian Impey, Head of International Development Office 01792 602780 email@example.com
Sian’s role involves driving internationalisation activity across the University including study and work abroad programmes, staff and student mobility and international partnership development. She has spent the last 18 years working in the area of international higher education and has specialised in a number of areas including international student recruitment, student and staff mobility and the management of international research collaboration. With undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in modern languages and having spent a number of years studying and working overseas, Sian is a great advocate of the benefits of internationalisation in higher education. She has been at Swansea University since 2007, prior to which she worked at the University of Southampton.