Swansea Met management students move into Swansea Business School campus
MANAGEMENT students at Swansea's Metropolitan University have moved into a hi-tech learning space in the city centre.
The university acquired the former Land Registry building on High Street which has undergone a multi-million pound transformation.
Students at site have benefited from a library service and computing facilities.
Leigh Jenkins, dean of faculty, said: "The faculty has been extremely successful in recent years, and as we have grown and developed our course offerings, we have reached the stage where we need more space.
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"This new campus will help us improve our facilities, and create a fantastic new learning environment for our students."
Professor David Warner, Swansea Met Senior Provost, said: "As a result of careful management and the adoption of clear strategic objectives, Swansea Metropolitan has, for many years, been one of the most financially efficient institutions in the UK.
"While many universities are swimming against a tide of adversity, Swansea Met's financial success means that we have been able to purchase and refurbish this wonderful facility using entirely our own money."
Swansea Met has also refurbished the city's 160-year- old library building for automotive design students.