UW Alliance Member Meets Demand by Creating Extra Clearing Spaces

Posted on 18 August 2010

Swansea Met Students

Despite a big increase in applications and an impending cap on student numbers, Swansea Metropolitan University, a member of the University of Wales Alliance, will be creating a limited number of Clearing spaces on selected courses, this week.

Swansea Met is to make approximately one hundred places available in mainly STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects, which is a Welsh Assembly Government priority area. There are also a small number of vacancies in certain business and counselling and psychology courses. A list of course vacancies can be found at www.smu.ac.uk and any potential students who would like to discuss the options available to them can contact Swansea Met’s Registry department on 0800 731 0884.

To enquire about clearing spaces at other Alliance Member institutes, please click on: 

University of Wales Lampeter
Glyndwr University:

University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC):

University of Wales Newport:


Notes to Editors:

Swansea Metropolitan University is part of the University of Wales Alliance which includes the University of Wales; Glyndwr University; University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC); University of Wales Newport and the newly created University of Wales Trinity St David. The University of Wales Alliance works collaboratively to enrich and enhance Higher Education in Wales.

For further information, please contact Senior Marketing and Communications Officer, Steven Stokes, 01792 483695 or email pressoffice@smu.ac.uk

For more information on The University of Wales please visit: www.wales.ac.uk
For press and media information, please contact Tom Barrett, Communications Officer, University of Wales: t.barrett@wales.ac.uk


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