Become an Escort in Swansea

If you are looking to become an escort in Swansea, we are always looking for new girls. Our girls come from a variety of backgrounds, are a variety of shapes and sizes, are intelligent, attractive, and have great personalities!

All of our escorts must be:

  • Confident and able to deal with different types of clients
  • On time, organised and reliable, in order to preserve the high reputation of our agency.
  • We operate between 10am and 3am every day of the week, and whilst you are not expected to work all those hours, you must be flexible with regards to your availability/working patterns. We ask all our escorts to give us their availability in advance.
  • Have a legal right to work in the UK. We will need to see evidence of your right to work in the UK/EU, or a valid visa if you are from outside the UK.

Take a look at our website and you'll see we are very different from other escort agencies!

Working with us allows you flexible working hours that fit around your life. There is a large earning potential working as an escort, and you can take on as many shifts as suit your circumstances allow.

The first step is completing the simple application form below and submitting a good photograph of yourself. Professional photographs are ideal, but we can always arrange to have these done at a later date.

After reviewing your application, we will arrange an interview, which is simply a personal meeting between you and a representative from our agency. So that you can talk to one of the current escorts and ask any questions you might have, we will often invite one of them to this meeting as well. This personal meeting is a chance or us to get to know you and for you to find out more about us!

Please fill in the form below if you think Swansea Escorts is the escort agency for you!


All escorts who work with us are considered self-employed and are responsible for their own tax affairs. The employment relationship is ultimately determined with specific reference to HMRC regulations in regards to income tax and national insurance.

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