Press Releases 2014-2015

Discover the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen


The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) will be holding an Open Day at its Carmarthen campus on Saturday, February 7th.

Attending an Open Day is an excellent way for prospective students to find out more about the University and the wide-range of programmes on offer. Attendees will also be able to discover what student life is like in Carmarthen by speaking to current students and touring the campus.

“Visitors will have an opportunity to ask questions and to meet the academic staff to discuss course options, entry requirements and to learn more about the courses that interest you,” said Melanie Jones, Executive School and Colleges Marketing Officer at UWTSD.

“You’ll be able to talk to the University’s finance officers; to learn about the costs of Higher Education and the financial support available and you’ll get to meet the Learning Support team to discuss any special learning support that you may require,” she added.

As well as learning more about courses and finance the Open Day is a great way for perspective students to get a feel for the campus and its surroundings. Visitors will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the vibrant market town of Carmarthen and all that the diverse county of Carmarthenshire has to offer.  

During the day, there will be opportunities to tour the campus; to take a look at the facilities on offer and to view accommodation.

More information about the student experience at UWTSD is available through student blogs, accessed via  Prospective students can also contact existing students online to chant to them about life on the Carmarthen campus.

For further information regarding the Open Day or to register your interest, go to






Note to Editor

  1. The University of Wales Trinity Saint David was established in 2010 through the merger of the University of Wales Lampeter and Trinity University College, Carmarthen. On 1 August 2013 the Swansea Metropolitan University merged with the University.
  2. The University’s Royal Charter 1828 is the oldest in Wales, and it is third behind Oxford and Cambridge in Wales and England. HRH Prince of Wales is the Patron of the University.
  3. On 1 August, 2013 Coleg Sir Gâr merged with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David Group, however they will keep their own brand. Coleg Ceredigion merged with the Group on 1 January 2014.

Further Information

For more information please contact Sara Jones, PR and Communications Officer, on 07449 998 478 or via email at