The University’s Royal Charter is the oldest of any university in Wales and England after the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Our Lampeter campus was founded in 1822 and received its Royal Charter from King George IV in 1828. The Carmarthen campus was the first centre for teacher training in Wales established in 1848.
At the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, we offer a wide range of academic and professional programmes at both Undergraduate andPostgraduate levels.
With our partners in the UWTSD group, we offer progression routes from Further Education right through to Post-Doctoral study.
The University’s research covers engineering, social science, arts and humanities disciplines. Striving to be engaged, always innovative, it’s often interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature. Through our research partnerships we influence economic, cultural and social landscapes at national, European and international levels by delivering benefits for business, government and communities.
The Careers Service is available to all students and graduates of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. From the day you arrive, and throughout your studies and beyond, our professionally qualified Careers Advisers are here all year round to support you in making informed decisions about your next steps and in maximising your potential and employability.
Deciding where to study in another country is a huge decision, and is one that really will change your life! Not only is it an opportunity for you to get an international perspective on your studies, you'll also learn about a different culture, history and way of life.
All international students are able to access the support provided by Student Services.
If you are planning to live away from home whilst at University, accommodation is probably top of your list of concerns. All three of our main campuses have on-site ‘halls’ or student accommodation, with many of these rooms prioritised for first year students.
We have a range of different types of accommodation available, all offering a safe and secure but independent ‘home away from home’ while you study.
Living in residential halls puts you at the heart of student life, and students in our accommodation benefit from a wide variety of on campus services.
There are also plenty of options to find private rented accommodation if you prefer, either in privately run student halls or in private rented accommodation.
Eduroam (education roaming) is a wireless service that allows students, staff and faculty to use their own home institution's wireless credentials to access wireless network services when visiting any other eduroam affiliated institution without having to set up a guest account.
UWTSD has three main campuses in South West Wales – Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea ‒ as well as a campus in London and learning centres in Cardiff and Birmingham.
Each offers a different kind of student experience while all share a friendly, community atmosphere.
Trinity Saint David Students' Union is the hub of student activity on campus, offering everything to enhance your time at the University.
Every student who fully registers with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David automatically becomes a member of the Students’ Union and has access to all of its services.
Your SU will support you through your time at University by protecting your rights and amplifying your voice. Your SU works by bringing together students from across the University to campaign for positive change on your course, in your academic School, on your campus, and in your local community and beyond.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.