The Carmarthen campus was established in 1848 as an Anglican Foundation to train teachers for Church schools in Wales and England. Today, the campus enjoys an excellent reputation for education, the creative, cultural and performing arts, as well as for courses related to the outdoors and community development. It is a small welcoming community of students and faculty. We offer study abroad, undergraduate and graduate programmes with an extensive range of courses on offer.
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s Carmarthen campus is an ideal place to study and to live when you are away from home. Having the teaching facilities, information and library services, accommodation and Students’ Union on one campus makes it a safe and welcoming environment for students. Sweeping lawns and landscaped areas form a picturesque setting for the mix of Victorian and modern buildings, which include all student residences.
In addition to the academic study, the Cultural Experience is a central part of the international experience. It starts when you enrol at the beginning of September and continues throughout your time at the University. When you arrive, the International Office will organise an intensive programme to help you familiarise yourself with your new home. You'll spend your time meeting the faculty and getting to know your fellow students, as well as the campus and the town. But it doesn't stop there, during the semester there will be excursions for you to enjoy and fully immerse yourself in the Wales and UK experience.