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Every year the University run Student Experience Surveys in order to gather your feedback on your University experience and how this can be improved. We use your feedback to help develop courses and facilities at Swansea and improve the student experience. Each College creates an action plan of changes to make from your feedback.
The National Student Survey final year student answers play an important role in helping students make informed decisions about where and what to study and the data published annually on Unistats enables prospective students to compare Higher Education courses at different institutions. At a national level, the data provides quality assurance and accountability for all Universities.
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Beat is the UK's leading charity supporting those affected by eating disorders and campaigning on their behalf. Founded in 1989, the charity is dedicated to helping people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorder, emotional overeating, EDNOS and other eating disorders. By providing information to the public about these conditions Beat charity raise further awareness about the difficulties of eating disorders.
As well as campaigning for better services for those affected by eating disorders, the charity provides self-help support through a number of different projects such as online support groups and helplines.
Discovery is a student led charity based in Fulton House at the heart of Swansea University's Singleton campus. They spend their time on 27 different projects in the Swansea area and are extremely enthusiastic and dedicated to the charity.
For five decades they have volunteered to help the elderly, take children away on trips and also help out in gardening and decorating. The organisation is proud to celebrate its 50th birthday this year and from this their project list has grown. The charity now split their activities into several sections:
Discovery has achieved several volunteering accolades, including the Queen's Award for Volunteering Service, the highest achievable award for any charity. Discovery also holds the Investing in Volunteers standard.
The Environment Centre in Swansea, Wales, is an independent charity organisation for environmental information, education and activity.
The Environment Centre's aims are to raise people's awareness of environmental issues, to increase the participation in environmental projects and to work towards a more sustainable future. It promotes, for example, the concept of the three R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle).
The Centre provides support for environmental organisations and groups, information on environmental issues and educational activities. Both the charity organisation and its building serve as a central place of exchange and networking for environmental organisations all around Swansea and South Wales.
Organisations and businesses can hire rooms in the Centre for meetings, training, talks, conferences, interviews and events. The Centre also has low cost office space available for local voluntary sector organisations.
Mind charity provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Mind is a mental health charity in England and Wales. Founded in 1946 as the National Association for Mental Health (NAMH), it celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016.
Mind offers information and advice to people with mental health problems and lobbies government and local authorities on their behalf. It also works to raise public awareness and understanding of issues relating to mental health.
Welsh Hearts charity are the leading heart charity in Wales for placing defibrillators in communities and delivering CPR and defibrillator training in Wales. They are regarded as the heart charity at the centre of saving lives in Wales.
Cardiovascular disease accounts for a third of all deaths in Wales, where the death rate is higher than in the majority of countries in Western Europe. They help to preserve, safeguard and promote the cardiovascular health of all persons in Wales.
Since 2013 Welsh Hearts have been very busy fundraising for the widespread provision of Defibrillators across Wales and today and have placed over 800 Defibrillators throughout Wales.
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