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Swansea University

Swansea University (Swansea) was established in 1920. The university is research-led and a comprehensive university with a long history. The number of students is about 20,500, and there are about 2,700 international students. According to The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023, the school ranks 42nd among UK universities. And ranked 6th in the 2021 National Student Survey for satisfaction with university education and the environment. Swansea won the Gold Award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), which shows that the school can provide students with high-quality and good courses and education. The employment rate of students is very high, and nearly 83% of graduates have become high-tech talents or enrolled in master's courses. Swansea is a garden-style university overlooking Swansea Bay on the edge of the peninsula. Known as the UK's No. 1 "most beautiful natural scenic area", as the second largest city in Wales, Swansea has a variety of social, cultural and sports activities.

The university has set up eight major colleges, including College of Arts and Humanities, College of Engineering, College of Science Hilary Rodham Clinton School of Law School of Management Swansea University Medical School, offering bachelor's, master's and postgraduate courses to students. According to The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023 Civil Engineering # 22nd, while Medicine ranked 5th in the UK. In addition, Hilary Rodham Clinton School of Law gives students the opportunity to take advantage of scholarships to enter relevant master's programs. International students can also enroll in university foundation courses and diploma courses through Navitas.

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