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Welcome to the University of Wales Trinity Saint David Birmingham Campus

UWTSD Birmingham is located in Sparkhill and Birmingham's City Centre, both vibrant neighbourhoods that have been established to provide opportunities for people of all backgrounds to study a higher education programme in their community. 

About the Campus

The Sparkhill Campus opened in March 2018 and the Quay Place Campus in January 2020, both having combined to form a thriving campus where Home and International students can learn new skills for the workplace, develop their existing skills, build confidence, and meet others with similar goals. It is a friendly and lively environment where we aim to assist our students in developing their potential to the full.

Key Features

  • Flexible full-time University courses
  • Courses continue throughout the year
  • Designed to enable you to balance family and work commitments alongside your studies
  • Bite-sized units and project-based
  • Assessment through assignments and no examination

Entry onto our courses

Entry to our courses is based on individual merit and experience and a demonstrable commitment and motivation to study. All applicants are required to undertake a brief English language literacy test to assess reading and writing skills, as well as an interview.

We are an employment-focused university dedicated to ensuring our students from diverse backgrounds develop the academic knowledge and practical skills to thrive. All of our courses are part of the University’s aim to widen access to higher education. While applicants should possess previous qualifications, the whole ethos of this provision is to provide the opportunity to those who would not normally qualify for entry to a degree programme.

Any offer to study on a course offers is based on an individual’s intention, motivation, and readiness to succeed in their studies.

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BREXIT Information

How will BREXIT Impact Students?

EU Students

Brexit is the term used to describe the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union. The impact of Brexit on you will depend on when you'll be arriving in the UK (including if you are already in the UK).  

The UK left the European Union (EU) at 11pm (GMT) on 31 January 2020 but left based on an agreement made between the UK and the EU known as the Withdrawal Agreement.

We realise you may have questions about how BREXIT could affect your status/studies in the UK, so check out the useful links below for all the latest information;

If you're visiting home over the holidays and are concerned about how BREXIT might affect your travel back to the UK, or want to know if you're still eligible for loans and grants, check out these FAQs.

Applicants or current students can visit Visit the Universities UK website for more information on tuition fees and details for those who wish to apply for settled status or pre-settled status.

If you have any other concerns, please get in touch at

Last update: 4 March 2020

For the latest information, visit our page EU students (BREXIT)