Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop) is partnered with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, an accredited higher education institution. Students who enrol onto Voice Study Centre postgraduate courses will receive teaching and course content from Voice Study Centre, and their Postgraduate Degree Certificates from UWTSD.
Voice Study Centre works with WAPPAR, the Wales Academy for Professional Practice and Applied Research. This institution specialises in practice development and learning. It offers bespoke programmes in partnership with exceptional external organisations in particular fields, who offer the very best development in their area and UWTSD has classed Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop) as a “Centre of Excellence”. You can find out more here: https://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/wappar/
UWTSD Research and Rankings
UWTSD received the Silver award in the Teaching Excellence Framework. This is a governmental ranking system and means that UWTSD has been judged to deliver high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It consistently exceeds rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
UWTSD received some excellent rankings in the Complete University Guide 2021, increasing by 11 places overall from 2020. It was ranked 12th in the UK for student satisfaction.
UWTSD similarly received outstanding results in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2020 and was ranked 1st in the UK for Course & Lecturers, having also won this in 2019. It was also ranked 4th in the UK for University of the Year and 9th in the UK for Student Support.
UWTSD Quote regarding Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop)
“We partner with Centres of Excellence in particular fields, who actually produce the very best development for particular areas. Voice Workshop was one of those Centres of Excellence and it has proved to be the case. We’ve had an incredibly joyful time with students producing incredibly high-level work from Voice Workshop and it has been a joy for us to be working with such good students.”