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The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) was the first higher education institution to be established in Wales, and today offers students a range of highly rated postgraduate programmes supported by over 200 years of heritage.
The university was recently ranked 38th in the UK by students, according to the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2022. It also placed in the top 120 universities in the 2023 Complete University Guide league table.
Trinity Saint David operates through three faculties, which between them support 15 schools. These faculties are:
Business and Health
Education and Humanities
Science and Art
The university provides postgraduate education across three campuses in Wales in addition to one in London and another in Birmingham. Whether students are learning in Swansea, Carmarthen, Lampeter or locations in England, they’ll benefit from access to specialist facilities and career-focused curricula.
Trinity Saint David maintains a programme of active development into its campuses, with the new £350m SA1 Swansea Waterfront campus being the latest jewel in its crown. Set in the maritime area of the city, students at this site can enjoy instant access to the Wales Coastal Path which runs through it – as well as world-class industry equipment, modern learning spaces and a large, modern library.
South Wales is a great choice for students who are looking to learn in a number of bustling, welcoming towns and cities that provide the perfect blend of urban activities and access to the countryside. The Brecon Beacons, Gower Peninsula and miles more of stunning coastline make the perfect university backdrop. London and Birmingham sites mean that many postgraduate students will be studying in the UK’s biggest cities.