University of Wales Trinity Saint David
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
- Clearing & Adjustment
Campus and Crime Map
- Carmarthen (Show on map)
- Canolfan Berfformio Cymru (CBC) (Show on map)
- Lampeter Campus (Show on map)
- London Campus (Show on map)
- Swansea Campus (Show on map)
- Wales International Academy of Voice, Cardiff (Show on map)
- All three of the university’s main campuses have on-site accommodation with many of these rooms prioritised for first year students. Living on campus gives students the benefit of being at the heart of university life, close to a variety of on-campus services.
- A range of different types of accommodation are available, but all offer students a safe and secure but independent 'home away from home'. Catered accommodation is available at the Carmarthen campus.
- There are also plenty of options to find private rented accommodation either in privately run student halls or in private rented accommodation.
- Please refer to the university website for details.
|Catered||from £4,144 to £4,144 per year|
|Self-Catered||from £2,660 to £5,130 per year|
- Wales as named in the world's top ten countries to visit in 2016 by the Rough Guide, naming the area 'one of the finest natural playgrounds in Europe'.
Culture and Nightlife
- Swansea is known for its superb student nightlife. Wind Street, with its many pubs and clubs, offers a lively night out. The city also has cinemas, theatres, museums and many galleries. The Liberty Stadium hosts top-flight football and rugby and acts as a music venue too. There are plenty of shops, from big name chains to independent boutiques, plus Wales’ largest indoor market and regular outdoor ones as well. In 2018, the university will be opening a new Waterfront location in SA1, a vibrant area by the marina with cool bars and restaurants, which is both close to the beach and the city centre.
- Carmarthen has a busy town centre with High Street stores, independent family-run shops, and a market which dates back to Roman times, selling some of the best produce in Wales. There are many pubs, bars and restaurants, from traditional to trendy. The town has a number of art galleries and the Lyric Theatre puts on a variety of entertainment from films to live bands to musicals, ballet and comedy.
- Lampeter town is a busy commercial centre set in a beautiful rural area. It has chain stores and boutiques as well as charity shops plus a regular farmers’ market. There are welcoming pubs and the Victoria Hall stages live music monthly. The hall is also a venue for the People's Market, which offers live music, local food and crafts. The town has its own museum and the university is a cultural hub in itself, hosting a range of talks and events.
- The Swansea locations are in the heart of the city centre and just a stone's throw from the beach.
- The Lampeter campus is situated in the centre of the town.
- The Carmarthen campus is a short walk from the town centre and the local amenities.
- Both Swansea and Carmarthen have train stations which are well connected as they are on the route between the ferry port in Pembrokeshire and London.
- A regular bus service runs from Carmarthen to Lampeter and the Megabus also operates to and from Lampeter.