Why study Midwifery at Swansea University?

Gain the skills and experience to launch a rewarding and valued career as a midwife with our prestigious, internationally recognised Midwifery degree course.

We have an outstanding reputation for Midwifery and are ranked 9th in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2022). Job prospects are excellent, with 100% of our Midwifery graduates employed in a professional or managerial job within six months (DLHE 2018).

Our Midwifery qualification is highly valued internationally, giving you the potential to develop your career abroad in countries including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.

Current News Webinar Series

Book onto the Current News Webinar Series below to experience a taster of our courses, discover the latest research at Swansea and have your questions answered.

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The Anatomy of Stroke

A stroke is caused by something blocking the blood supply to part of the brain. Often, clots pass to the brain from the heart and large arteries, but how do they get there, where do they go, and why does this cause the symptoms that we see? What's the most likely route that blood clots will take? What do we look out for?

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02/02/2023

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Our Student Stories

Tirion Thomas
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"It is an intensive degree with half of the course taught at university and the other half in practice settings, working with midwives in community teams, midwifery-led birth centres and hospital maternity units. The course has given me the balance to continue in education as well as get a taste of the real world of work. Although it's a difficult course I know I'm at the right degree and I enjoy every second of bringing new joy into the world every day as well as supporting mothers and their families through some of the most difficult times of their lives."

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Angharad Grimwood

100% Midwifery Graduate Employability

According to our most recent graduate data, 100% of our Midwifery graduates are in employment further study or traveling 15 months after leaving Swansea University (HESA2022). We offer excellent learning opportunities, teaching, and academic support. 

Find out everything you need to know about studying Midwifery at Swansea University - from entry requirements to placement opportunities, to graduate prospects.

Fully Funded Degree

Choosing to follow your passion for healthcare could pay. This range of degrees is fully funded via the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme. 

What this could mean for you is, if you commit to working for NHS Wales for a period after you graduate your tuition will be fully covered by the NHS Wales Bursary, as well as maintenance funding of up to £4,491 and a reduced rate loan from Student Finance.

Find out about the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme

Want to know more?

We have so much more we want to share with you, why not explore our Midwifery course page or book on to our next open day.

Want to find out More about Swansea

Feeling inspired to train for a career in the NHS? Take the time to explore our campus from the comfort of your own home using our virtual tour, talk to some of our current students about what it is like studying at Swansea and make sure you register for our next Open Day where you can experience Swansea, our community and our courses in person.