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  1. UWTSD has three main campuses in South West Wales – Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea, as well as campuses in Birmingham and London and learning centres in Cardiff. We also deliver programmes at a number of Outreach Development Centres in collaboration with such external partners as the YMCA. Current locations include Bridgend, Cardiff and ...

  2. Where higher education began in Wales. UWTSD is celebrating our Bicentenary which commemorates the laying of the foundation stone for St David’s College, Lampeter on 12 August 1822. Throughout the year, events and activities will be held across our campuses to celebrate the University’s role as the birthplace of higher education in Wales.

  3. The university was founded as St David's College (Coleg Dewi Sant), becoming St David's University College (Coleg Prifysgol Dewi Sant) in 1971, when it became part of the federal University of Wales. With fewer than 2,000 students on campus, it was often claimed to be one of the smallest public universities in Europe.

  4. The Athrofa Professional Learning Partnership. Teacher Education is delivered through the Athrofa Professional Learning Partnership (APLP). A genuine collaboration between Yr Athrofa: Institute of Education and Humanities and partner schools, the APLP has co-constructed programmes for teachers at all stages in their professional lives – from student-teachers setting out on their career ...

  5. At the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, we offer a wide range of academic and professional programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. With our partners in the UWTSD group, we offer progression routes from Further Education right through to Post-Doctoral study. Open Days Chat to our students Virtual Taster Sessions

  6. The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) already had its own degree awarding powers, inherited from Saint David's College, Lampeter, which were put into abeyance when Lampeter joined the University of Wales in 1971.

  7. Now the university is transforming an area of the city, adding an innovative mix of education and enterprise to a location that has already attracted businesses, cool cafes, restaurants and bars. Warehouses and docks are part of its history, and they are becoming part of its future, converting into smart offices and cafes, providing spaces for water-based sports and contributing to the area ...