UNIVERSITY OF WALES TRINITY SAINT DAVID

United Kingdom, Wales

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) was built on 18 November 2010 by merging two of the oldest higher education institutions, the University of Wales Lampeter (UWL) and Trinity University College Carmarthen, under Lampeter’s Royal Charter of 1828. The university was the first in the UK to place at its core sustainable development by providing numerous programs and courses in the filed of arts, business and management, architecture, applied science, engineering, humanities, tourism and hospitality, media, performing arts and business. The esteemed university has continued to provided excessive research in humanities and welfare. It provides 160 undergraduate and 128 post-graduate courses. The university indulges their student with an outstanding regime of applied learning, constant progress of knowledge and performing consistently. Their entire commitment and goal is to ensure education and dedicate resource for learners of all age and backgrounds.

Campus Life

There are three main campus, Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea, which are located in South West Wales. Other campuses include London campus, Birmingham campus and Cardiff campus. The Lampeter campus has numerous buildings which has the original college building known as Saint David’s Building. It has utilities like library extension, Art’s Building, A campus bar called The Xtension Bar and a Student’s Union Building. The Carmarthen campus is the core of the education foundation. The campus is centred around the Old Building of Trinity College which was built in 1848. It consists of a University Chapel, dormitories, libraries, teaching and common rooms. The campus is now used for presenting lectures. On August 1, 2013, UWTSD merged with the campuses of Swansea Metropolitan University. A brand-new campus worth £350 million was opened at the Swansea Waterfront in 2018 which provides housing for the Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Engineering. London and Birmingham, opened in 2012 and 2018 respectively, offer various management course like BA, MBA, MA, etc. Arts is taught at their Cardiff learning centre. Each and every campus is surrounded by luscious scenery and freshly mowed grass and lawns.

Noted Alumni

Famous Rugby players, Barry John and Dewi Bebb and Journalists, Juliette Foster and Peter Paphides were a part of the alumni. Also, to mention British Actress Rebecca Wheatley and Jonathan Clements who was an author and a screenwriter.