About University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Dynamic and forward-looking, University of Wales Trinity Saint David also has a proud history dating back almost 200 years. UWTSD’s students benefit from small classes, supportive tutors and employability-centred courses within the fields of art, science, education, humanities, management and health.
Campuses and Study Locations
UWTSD has three main campuses in south-west Wales – Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea - as well as campuses in London and learning centres in Cardiff and Birmingham. Each learning location delivers excellent teaching to a diverse mix of students. UWTSD is equipped to provide a high standard of blended, on-campus and online study.
Known for its friendliness, UWTSD was rated first for Learning Community in Wales in the National Student Survey 2020. Students appreciate the quality of the teaching and support at UWTSD. UWTSD was rated 4th for University of the Year and first for Course and Lecturers at the Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA 2020).
The Student Services Hwb provides a one-stop-shop for support and offers an app that puts information in the palm of students hands. Access to the Hwb app is available to new students prior to the start of term to help make starting university as smooth as possible.
UWTSD offers a variety of scholarships and bursaries to support students. There are several new bursaries, a fund to support Digital Connectivity and increased investment in the University’s Student Hardship Fund.
Careers and Employability
UWTSD is a dynamic university that is constantly considering the skills required for the 21st century world of work, preparing students to pursue their chosen careers when they graduate.
The latest Graduate Outcomes survey (2017/18) says 94% of UWTSD graduates were in employment and/or further study 15 months after completing their studies.
Experienced guidance practitioners can assist with everything from careers ideas to applications, starting a business to getting a work placement.