The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is a diverse multi-campus university located in the stunning south Wales locations of Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea. They also have a fourth campus in the UK's capital, London, as well as learning centres across the UK. Patronised by the Prince of Wales, the University offers an exceptional education in the heart of the beautiful hills of Wales - alongside a robust extracurricular programme. As an
Most courses at University of Wales, Trinity Saint David have the following minimum language requirements. We advise you always check the exact entry requirements before apply to any course, don't forget we are always on hand to help.
There are three central accommodation campuses in Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea. The majority are self-catered and en-suite, and within easy reach of the university. All accommodation offered is available to students in their first, second, or final year.
The university actively promotes it's 'Conversation Club' to international students. Here, international students meet and socialise once a week and discuss different topics - as well as listen to speakers - to meet new people and improve their spoken English. There is also a Cultural Programme for students which included trips to local sights and support networks available to students.
Amr Khaled (televangelit/activist), Omar Khalidi (scholar), Jules Hudson (presenter), Sue Slipman (social activist), Sulak Suvaraksa (social activist/writer/economist)