London Campus, Angel Wharf 57 Eagle Wharf Road LONDON N1 7ER 01570 422351
  • Campus Multiple campuses
  • Chancellor HRH The Prince of Wales (University of Wales)
  • Endowment £14.3million (2009)
  • Established 2010[1] Original charter granted to Saint David's College, Lampeter in 1828 [2]
  • Location Lampeter, Ceredigion and Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
  • President Dr R. Brinley Jones CBE
  • Provost Prof. D. Densil Morgan (Lampeter)Mr Gwilym Dyfri Jones (Carmarthen)
  • Royal Patron HRH The Prince of Wales
  • Sports Archery, Cricket, Fencing, Football, Hockey, Rugby, Shooting
  • Type Public
  • Vice Chancellor Prof. Medwin Hughes
  • Vice principal
The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru, Y Drindod Dewi Sant) is a collegiate university in South West Wales, comprising the Lampeter campus and the Carmarthen campus. The University came into existence through the merger of the two oldest higher education institutions in Wales, the University of Wales, Lampeter (UWL) and Trinity University College (TUC) in 2010. In 2011, it was announced that the University of Wales will also be merged into Trinity Saint David.
The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David providing courses including Theology, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Classics, Anthropology, Archaeology, Ancient History, English, History, Drama, Film Studies, Business Management, IT, Education Studies and Initial Teacher Education and Training.

Undergraduate Courses
Postgraduate Courses
Postgraduate Research Degrees
Part-time Courses
Foundation Degrees
Work-based Learning
Distance Learning
Courses for Welsh learners
The Lampeter campus includes a number of listed and academic buildings. The University provides various residences for students. The Lampeter Campus is generally able to house the majority of its students on campus principally within the following Halls and Buildings, named after personalities involved with the campus's past.