At UWTSD, you’ll find more than 300 employment-focused courses that are creative and innovative and taught by a dedicated teaching staff. The uni aims for small class sizes in order to give students personal attention. Courses are designed to give students practical expertise and real-world experience.
While most students study full-time, UWTSD believes in offering the chance to study part-time too, on a more flexible basis. You’ll find Certificates of Higher Education and Online and Distance Learning programmes that can be done part-time, as well as several undergraduate courses.
Typically, full-time undergraduate degrees at UWTSD take three years to study, but some courses include placement or foundation years. These courses usually take four or five years to complete.
Most degrees include optional modules, as well as core modules, meaning you can study the degree topics you’re most interested in.
It's also possible to combine two or three subjects within an undergraduate degree in what’s called a combined honours degree. For example, you could study BA Archaeology and Anthropology, or BA Creative Writing and Philosophy.