Students are at the heart of UWTSD. Our small classes mean you won’t be lost in the crowd.
We’ve extended our bursary and scholarship schemes including additional support for those that need it for Microsoft devices, financial support for connectivity and access to resources for Welsh Government grant funding for areas with poor broadband connectivity.
We have put in place measures to ensure continued access to provide support for all who need it - including the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA), mental health and counselling support, and support for those with caring responsibilities.
We’ll continue to offer 24/7 access to the virtual peer-to-peer support community with Togetherall and have introduced a new initiative, the Connect Project, to ensure that our students do not experience loneliness or isolation.
We have developed the Hwb app to make it accessible to new students which includes a chat feature making it easier for you to get the answers to your questions.
Our award-winning on-campus accommodation is a great choice for students living away from home. You’ll benefit from living with other students in a household and we’re introducing a flexible plan so that you do not lose out should the coronavirus context change during the year.