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The ability to produce clear writing is an invaluable skill in a world awash with reports, from teaching to management. Communicating via precise language is essential for a range of careers, from advertising or journalism, to publishing or arts administration. At UWTSD our Language, Literature and Writing courses will assist you in developing your passion for creative expression into successful writing.
Religion and Theology have been deeply embedded in the University’s history since 1822. While rooted in an area which is rich in religious heritage, our programmes provide insights into the religious diversity of the 21st-century world.
Philosophy is different from other academic disciplines in that it teaches you not what to think, but how to think. Studying Philosophy at UWTSD encourages the development of core skills highly prized by employers: they think clearly, logically, and creatively; communicate articulately and accurately; analyse critically and rigorously.
The ancient cultures around the Mediterranean inspire and influence even today. Investigation of ancient societies in their own right, and the use we make of them today, has never been more important. Ancient World programmes at UWTSD enable you to build up a thorough grounding in civilisations from around the globe through several millennia.
This fascinating discipline studies the history, literature, religion, and cultural heritage of the Celtic regions. Studying Celtic Studies at UWTSD allows you to study a wide variety of subjects, including early and late medieval history and literature, Welsh language, gender studies, Arthurian literature, folklore, religion, spirituality and iconography.
Homer’s Odyssey, Vergil’s Aeneid, The New Testament, and Petronius’ Satyricon: texts that have fascinated through the ages. To get to grips with the world from which they derive, understanding their language is a vital tool. Studying Ancient Languages at UWTSD enables you to acquire skills to read and use original Greek or Latin texts, whilst putting texts in their wider historical contexts.
Every one of us has looked up at the night sky and marvelled at its beauty and immenseness. Studying
StudyingCultural Astronomy and Astrology at UWTSD offers you the opportunity to explore how humans, through history, have drawn on the skies to explain their place in the world.
People, language, culture, traditions, religions, buildings, even technologies have an historical context. At UWTSD our courses in Historical Studies
At UWTSD our courses in Historical Studiesexplore historians' interpretations of how people, societies and cultures perceive themselves, and how these perceptions have changed over time.
The world around us is shaped in large part by people’s religious beliefs.
Theology addresses questions that are ultimately of interest to everyone. Why do we exist? What is the good life? Is there a God? And if there is a God, what is God like? Students in theology at UWTSD will have the opportunity to study everything, from history and philosophy, to hermeneutical theory and sociology, to culture and ethics.