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|10 Sept 2013|
|Mid Jan 2014|
Welcome to the Swansea 2014 Study Abroad webpage!
So who might be interested in the Study Abroad program? Any student wishing to broaden their University experience by traveling internationally! Traveling to Swansea is a unique opportunity because you can travel abroad and still visit an English-speaking country!
A little about Swansea
Swansea is Wales's second largest city. Swansea lies within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan. It is home to Swansea University, and during the 19th-century industrial heyday, it was the key centre of the copper industry, earning the nickname "Copperopolis."
Today, the city is home to a bustling culture full of performing arts at The Grand Theatre, a number of festivals, and still carries the Welsh Language in many of its churches and schools. Local produce includes cockles and laverbread, which are sourced from Laughor estuary. Local Gower salt marsh lamb is produced from sheep which are raised in the salt marshes of the Laughor estuary.
Wales is part of Britain and the United Kingdom. It's situated to the west of England and is around 170 miles long and 60 miles wide. It covers just over 8,000 square miles - that's about the same size as Massachusetts!
|Hen Wlad fy Nhadau / Land of my fathers|
|Capital City||Cardiff, population 345,442|
|Other major cities/towns||Swansea, Newport, Wrexham|
|Official languages||Welsh, English|
|Population||3,063,758 (StatsWales 2011)|
|Population density||147 persons per square kilometre|
|Patron Saint||St. David|
|Currency||Pound Sterling (£)|