Nurturing Quality and diversity
The School has a range of innovative programmes with enthusiastic and supportive staff who offer students a valuable experience in terms of academic work and pastoral care. We encourage our students to celebrate the academic challenge and the vocational elements that together provide them with opportunities to prepare for a graduate career in the future where they can make a significant contribution to the sustainability of their communities.
Please follow the links below to the distinct programmes of the School.
- BA Primary Education Studies
- BA Applied Psychology
- BA Social Inclusion
- BA Youth and Community Work
- Foundation Degree in Inclusive Studies for Teaching Assistants
- MA Inclusive Studies
- MA Youth and Community Work
- Graduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs
- Graduate Certificate in Adolescent Psychology
A number of the programmes are linked to *Continuing Professional Development
Youth Work Wales
youthworkwales, the resource base for youth workers in Wales, was established in 2008 as a partnership between the YMCA Wales Community College and University of Wales Trinity Saint David as an open and not-for-profit site. The aim of the site is to provide practitioners, students and managers of youth work in Wales with a range of information which will help develop thinking and practice.
Associate Professor Sue Davies
Head of School
Assistant Dean of Faculty: Education and Training
Tel: (01267) 676737