The merged University of Wales Trinity Saint David has three main campuses in South West Wales – Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea - each offering a different kind of student experience, although each with the same small and friendly, community feel.
We also offer a postgraduate programme at our Wales International Academy of Voice (WIAV) in Cardiff and a range of business and management programmes at our campus in London for international students.
All three of our main campuses offer:
The University has a strong sense of community and personal and social considerations are given prominence alongside academic opportunities. There are plenty of opportunities to take part in activities outside lectures and to benefit from the many networks and partnership the University has developed in the UK, other parts of Europe and internationally.
Our Swansea campus is at the heart of Wales’s premier waterfront city, and the university is currently investing in fantastic new facilities for those who study here. Swansea is the 5th safest student city in the UK, and has both world famous beaches and some of the best nightlife in the UK.
The pastoral care of students is a high priority at the and there is a strong support team available to help with academic and personal concerns. The Student Services team provides a range of services from careers, counselling, and accommodation, to advice with obtaining financial help and the disabled students' allowance, as well as providing students and graduates with work experience and placements.
The Students' Union is an important part of life for many students outside their academic work. The entertainment provided is of good value and quality, and includes a mixture of live bands, comedians, entertainers and themed events. The SU is responsible for the University's Clubs and Societies as well as for fielding sports teams. The Union also provides a welfare service for students and is active in representing students' views within the University and externally.
The Lampeter campus boasts the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives which is home to the University’s special collections and students enjoy excellent facilities offered in the Students' Union.
Attending an Open Day is an excellent way for you to find out about the University and the programmes. They provide an opportunity for you and your family to ask questions to ensure that you are making the right decision by:
If you live outside the area, you’ll also get an opportunity to get to know the town and the region in which your chosen campus is located.
Although we encourage prospective students to visit during Open Days, we are also happy to welcome you to our campuses at any time during the year.