If you wish to apply directly to the University please email international.registry@uwtsd.ac.uk and a member of our team will contact you providing you with all the advice and guidance you need throughout your application process.

Alternatively, you can apply through one of our international student recruitment agent offices in Your Country.

We also accept applications from the University and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS), details of how to apply can be found on their website.

Guide for International Students applying to UWTSD
Part 1: Researching UWTSD


Guide for International Students applying to UWTSD
Part 2: The application form
Tips for International students applying to UWTSD


Guide for International Students applying to UWTSD
Part 3: The application process continued
Tips for International students applying to UWTSD

Applications through UCAS

All applications to study for a full-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David are made through UCAS using Apply - a UCAS online application system.  Our UCAS code is T80

Individuals from the EU (excluding the UK) and worldwide, apply online independently, except for those whose school or college is registered with UCAS. Advice is available from British Council offices and other centres overseas, such as your school or college. You are responsible for paying the correct application fee, for obtaining and attaching the academic reference and for submitting the completed application online to UCAS. Your referee should know you well enough to write about you and your suitability for higher education. UCAS will not accept references from family, other relatives or friends.

Apply online at UCAS

Applying directly to the University

Application Form for Full and Part-time Study

Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)

Once you have firmly accepted an unconditional offer to study at UWTSD and have sent us your passport details, we will email you a Certificate for Acceptance of Studies (CAS).

A CAS is a unique electronic reference number and accompanying electronic virtual document containing information about your course of study, as well as your personal details. (It is not a paper document).

Applying for your visa

You must enter your CAS number on your visa application form. Having a CAS does not guarantee your application will be successful; you must still meet all the other eligibility criteria.

If you notice any errors in the information contained in your CAS, contact International registry before making a visa application.

We have made some useful videos on applying for a visa

Key dates for Tier 4 International Applications and Enrolment

These dates apply to Tier 4 International applicants applying to study at UWTSD Wales campuses 

September 2019

Swansea / Carmarthen / Cardiff*
* Excluding Wuhan Ligong and others on pre-sessional courses

  • Enrolment week commencing 23/09/19
  • Last application date (overseas): 04/08/19
  • Last application date (in-country): 01/09/19 
  • Last CAS issuing Date (overseas): 16/08/19
  • Last CAS issuing date (in-country): 13/09/19 

* Excludes Sinology and pre-sessional courses

  • Enrolment week commencing 16/09/19
  • Last application date (overseas): 28/07/19
  • Last application date (in-country): 25/08/19
  • Last CAS issuing date (overseas): 09/08/19
  • Last CAS issuing date (in-country): 06/09/19