There are different tiers of student loans depending on whether you are living with your parents/carers. You are expected to submit a change of circumstances form to SLC if your living location changes or if you decide to change course or mode of study (e.g. changing from full-time to part-time).
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We are expecting placement and fieldwork activity to go ahead in line with risk assessments. Your programme team will provide further information as appropriate depending on when it is due to start.
You can access your timetable via the UWTSD Hwb App.
You will not be charged for parking on campus in term 1. We are currently reviewing the parking offer and will let you know if there will be any changes for term 2.
There will be a full and rich programme of social activities across the academic year both on campus and online.
The Students’ Union and University are working closely together to create both in-person and online events for not just the welcome period but for the full year. The Students’ Union is refurbishing its venues on the Carmarthen and Lampeter campuses. All events will be risk assessed and undertaken in line with Welsh Government guidance, when you sign up for an event you’ll be sent a reminder about any safety considerations.
The Students’ Union is also organising ‘SU Crew’ who are students who will be helping other students as part of the Welcome activities so, make sure to reach out to them for more information on what’s on offer at UWTSD. If you’re a current student consider volunteering to help new students settle. Join the SU Crew here
We’ll share our full calendar of events with you soon but in the meantime why not follow the Students’ Union on social media to find out more about what’s coming up. Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
We will be following rules and guidance from Welsh and UK Government in order to keep you safe but there will be a full and rich programme of social activities across the academic year.
Student Groups like clubs, societies, and networks as well as volunteering opportunities are available and continue to be supported by the Students’ Union. Whatever your interests you’re sure to find like-minded people through the Students’ Union.
The Students’ Union is in the process of working with each student group to confirm their plans for next academic year. You can see all of the current student groups here. Can’t see an activity you’d like to do? Here’s how you can start up a student group
The Students’ Union will be holding events throughout the course of the year. All in-person events will be risk assessed and will most likely require you to ‘check in’. Take a look at the Students’ Union website for the full list of events and activities. Remember to be follow the SU on social media to keep updated on events, activities, and campaigns.
Yes, you are free to travel to Wales in line with Welsh and UK Government guidance.
Please keep in mind that the rules may be different in Wales and that you should check the Wales Government guidance for the latest information.
For the latest guidance on travel to the UK, please read:
- Travel to England from another country during coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Rules for international travel to and from Wales: coronavirus
The Government requires that you must complete a passenger locator form online before you arrive in the UK. It’s free to submit the form, and you can submit the form any time in the 48 hours before you arrive in the UK. You’ll need to show your form when you check in to travel or board your plane, train or ferry to the UK. A link to the relevant UK government page where the form can be completed and submitted is provided below.
In addition, please ensure if you are travelling from outside the UK that you send all information about your travel plans to email@example.com
For urgent out of hours support please email: Covidfirstname.lastname@example.org