Making an application
Once you have decided to study one of our full-time courses, you can submit an application directly to the University using our online form.
Check out our Programmes of Study page, where you can find all information about our courses and apply directly online.
Processing Your Application
It will take a minimum of five working days to process an application. Following this, you will be contacted by Birmingham Admissions via email, inviting you to attend a short written entrance test and interview.
When attending your entrance test, you will be required to bring along:
- Your valid passport or UK birth certificate
- If you do not hold a British passport/birth certificate, your entry Visa and/or biometric card which verifies that you have time to remain in the UK for the duration of the course is required
If you have prior qualifications, you will be required to upload all documents to your application.
Once you have completed your entrance test and interview, you will be informed of the outcome within 48 hours. If you have not heard from us within this time or you would like further information or have any questions, you can contact Birmingham Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If your application was successful, you will be emailed with an offer of a place, along with the subsequent steps that you will need to follow to complete your admission process. If you are unsuccessful, you will receive an email informing you of the decision.
There are three intakes per year for our courses at the Birmingham Campus. Below are when interviews are conducted:
|Intake||Interview Start Date||Interview End Date||Enrolment|
|September 2022||13/06/2022||19/08/2022||25 - 30 August 2022|
|January 2023||26/09/2022||02/12/2022||22 December 2022 - 03 January 2023|
|May 2023||30/01/2023||07/04/2023||21 - 28 April 2023|
There are three intakes per year for our courses at the Birmingham Campus. Below are the course intake dates:
|Intake||Course Start Date||Course End Date|
*These are subject to change at any time.
Terms and Conditions for Applicants
When an applicant accepts an offer of a place at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD), a binding contract is formed.
Before accepting an offer, applicants must read the terms and conditions.
The Cancellation Form may be used to inform the University of Wales Trinity Saint David that you wish to cancel your place on your chosen programme.
Additional Costs During Your Study at UWTSD
Our Undergraduate Tuition Fees cover the cost of delivering your course and are payable annually. However, further costs may be incurred by you during the course of your studies, examples include:
- Course-related equipment and core textbooks
- Printing costs
- Optional graduation related costs such as gown hire, guest tickets, official photographs
Your annual tuition fees will cover your first attempt at all the modules necessary to complete that academic year of your programme. Additional modules, the retaking of work and/or repeating of elements of a course, may incur extra costs.
For International Students from September 2021 onwards, you can find more information on tuition fees here.