Making your degree internationally relevant
Employers in the UK understand the value of a degree from a British university, but if you decide to work in Europe or further afield, how can you be sure that your degree will be recognised no matter where in the world you end up?
When you complete your studies, you'll receive a Diploma Supplement, which provides a detailed description of the nature, level, context, content, and status of your course. It highlights the intellectual and practical skills you have acquired, enabling employers to see at a glance what you have achieved.
Swansea was the first university in Wales to introduce the Diploma Supplements, which have been developed by the European Commission. They are not a substitute for your CV, but they certainly add value to it.