Welcome to the School of Law at Swansea University
One of the World's Top Law Schools
The Swansea College of Law is one of the 2018 Law Top 200. The college offers a vibrant community, continuously developing to ensure our graduates are equipped to meet the demands of an ever-changing, modern legal world, and to make a difference to society.
Our students are taught by experts who encourage them to explore the practical, real-world applications of the academic theories they study, and who offer significant support in lectures, seminars and as personal tutors.
The School is home to students from a wide range of backgrounds who play an active part of School life, for assisting with research projects and running societies, to organizing events and campaigning for justice.
"There is stunning coastal scenery on our doorstep (we're on the edge of the beautiful Gower Peninsula), yet we are within easy reach of the city centre. We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries for domestic and international students. Whether you are wanting to excel in sports or enjoy some down time after intensive studying, you will have everything here to make your legal education both rewarding and enjoyable. We hope to see you soon!"
Professor Elwen Evans QC, Head of School
What you'll find at Swansea:
- exceptional educational support
- a progressive curriculum
- a wide choice of modules and a personalised experience
- are equipped with skills for rewarding careers
- benefit from extensive support and guidance
- are actively involved in College activities and research
Swansea University is less than an hour from the Welsh capital of Cardiff and less than three hours from London. The College of Law and Criminology is based at the Singleton Park Campus which is short walk from the beach and adjacent to Singleton Park.
We match a high quality education and strong research focus with an enviable quality of life and a safe place to study.
There's stunning coastal scenery on our doorstep (we're on the edge of the beautiful Gower Peninsula), yet we're within easy reach of the city centre, which offers a thriving cultural scene and the best of modern city life.
The cost of living in Swansea is relatively low compared to many other UK cities.