The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has three main campuses in southwest Wales –Swansea, Carmarthen and Lampeter – a London campus and learning centres in Cardiff and Birmingham.
UWTSD's three institutes broadly reflect the wide range of subjects available at the university:
UWTSD Swansea has a reputation for innovative industry-led and career-driven programmes in art, business, education, health and sciences. The new £350m SA1 Waterfront campus, by the river and seafront, joins the art buildings in the cultural quarter and business campus near the train station at the heart of the city.
Long known for its teacher training, at UWTSD Carmarthen students can find a range of Education programmes, including Initial Teacher Education, Early Years and Physical Education, as well as Performing Arts, Sport and Health courses, Business Management, Advocacy, Sociology and Youth Work.
The historic Lampeter UWTSD campus founded in 1822 is mainly known for the Humanities including Anthropology, Archaeology, Classics, History, Philosophy, Theology, Publishing and Creative Writing.
UWTSD Cardiff is a close-knit learning community offering specialist performing arts education at The Wales International Academy of Voice (WIAV) and Canolfan Berfformio Cymru (CBC).
UWTSD London students are taught by experienced staff in a friendly and professional environment. The range of courses on offer has expanded and now includes Skills for the Workplace, Business Management, Health and Social Care, and Cloud Computing.
UWTSD Birmingham’s learning centre provides opportunities for people of all backgrounds to study a higher education programme in their community.