University of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen Campus
Go Far in Carmarthen
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen Campus, Founded in 1848, the Carmarthen campus is a lively, friendly environment, centred on its original 1848 building.
Carmarthen offers courses ranging from education and teaching, social studies and sport to performance and art, on a friendly, close-knit campus that provides for most student needs.
Historic Carmarthen town is a short walk away and boasts a wide variety of shops, excellent leisure facilities and good links to the coast and country parks.
National broadcasting company S4C is set to move its headquarters to Carmarthen bringing a creative hub to the campus and with it many new opportunities for students.
Travelling to Carmarthen
Situated just 1 mile outside of Carmarthen town centre and with great transport links, our Carmarthen Campus is easily accessible whether you are on foot, on your bike or using the bus.
Parking on Campus
The address for our Carmarthen campus car park is University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen Campus, Carmarthen, SA31 3EP.
The Carmarthen Park & Ride runs every half an hour from Nantyci Showground and Carmarthen Train Station and is free to use!
The service is available Monday to Friday during term time.
You can park your car and catch the Park & Ride bus from: Nantyci Showground, Manor Way, SA31 3SA.
If you are travelling to Carmarthen by public transport, you can catch the Park & Ride bus from: Carmarthen Train Station
You can catch the bus on your return from: College Road Bus Stop, near the pedestrian crossing opposite the Dewi Building.
You can download the Park & Ride schedule here Carmarthen Park & Ride Schedule.
We have collaborated with Traveline Cymru to launch a travel information service. Myunijourney is an interactive website that helps students travel to, from and around our campus locations. Using the site, students can plan journeys, view maps and find local bus stops and timetables.