Our graduates are renowned for their ability to apply themselves to technological and engineering challenges, as well as possessing excellent practical skills that support a thorough grounding in analytical problem-solving.
The university has strong links with industry, many projects are for employers and they demonstrate new or improved processes. The Tata Steel project paid for itself in 6 months and is now making significant savings.
Our students are able to write their own project brief which could be based around their own interests. Take look through our list of project titles for 2017.
Sony and UWTSD to share transforming education journey
Sony is working with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) by providing a pioneering platform to facilitate a move from traditional lecture theatres and auditoriums to cutting-edge learning spaces enabling collaborative and interactive learning styles that should improve engagement and attainment. read more
SA1 Swansea Waterfront development Video
The SA1 Swansea Waterfront development will provide a new home for the Faculties of Architecture, Computing and Engineering in September 2018.