Using Other Libraries
Students and staff of the University may be able to use selected other libraries across the United Kingdom through one of the following schemes. For further details, please contact us.
Students from Carmarthen / Lampeter are welcome to apply to join Swansea Metropolitan libraries by completing this form.
Students from Swansea Metropolitan can apply to join Carmarthen / Lampeter Campus libraries by completing this form, specifying Swansea Metropolitan as your home library.
Coleg Sir Gar FdSc Animal Science and School of Creative Arts students have access to the resources at University of Wales Trinity Saint David LRC from January 2011. Other Coleg Sir Gar students are welcome to use the LRC through the Libraries Together Passport scheme. Students of University of Wales Trinity Saint David are welcome to apply for a Libraries Together Passport to use Coleg Sir Gar libraries. Please ask at the Information Point for further information.
Libraries Together Passport
Students and staff can use public libraries and many other university and college libraries in South and Mid Wales through the Libraries Together Passport scheme. Please ask at the Information Point for further information and to collect a Passport, or download and print the passport below:
Libraries Together Passport (PDF, 1,607 kb - 24.06.2013)
SCONUL Access is a reciprocal service supported by most of the higher education libraries of the UK and Ireland, and provides borrowing privileges for most:
- academic staff on open or fixed term contracts
- postgraduate research students registered for a PhD, MPhil or similar qualification
- part-time, distance learning and placement students
- full-time postgraduates
- full-time undergraduates taking advantage of the reciprocal agreement between University of Wales: Trinity Saint David, Swansea University and Swansea Metropolitan University
SCONUL Access also provides for a reference only service for most:
- full-time undergraduate students
- staff of a few higher education libraries not participating in the reciprocal borrowing arrangements
Membership of SCONUL Access is open to all full SCONUL members and most of the publicly funded higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland are now members. Please note that some libraries do not offer borrowing to all the types of user listed above. Please consult the list of participating libraries before you travel. Computer access is available at some institutions.
Further details: email email@example.com
Anyone with a home address in Wales can apply online for a reader ticket to access the collections of the National Library of Wales. Visit the National Library of Wales website for further details.
Anyone can apply for a reader pass to access the reading rooms of the British Library. Please visit the British Library website for further details.
Other Universities - Map (University of Wolverhampton website)