Whether you are looking to boost your employability, change the direction of your career, update your skills or simply learn something new, at Gower College Swansea we will have a suitable course for you.

We realise that adult learners have many demands on their time and, for this reason, we offer a variety of flexible and short courses.

Part time courses Full time courses Higher education Apprenticeships

How to enrol

Enrolment is available online for most courses. If you see the   www.   button within the course information, you can enrol and pay securely via a simple form.

If you see the   Request a telephone interview   button within the course information then, following your interview, you will be sent a secure link to enrol and pay securely."

Need to arrange a payment plan, arrange invoicing or don't have access to enrol online? Don't worry. There are a number of bookable sessions available for students at our Tycoch Campus. Just book onto a payment session once you have received your unique link email confirmation. Please do not attend if you haven't booked a time slot. If you cannot book online, you can still book a time slot by calling 01792 284005 during normal office hours.

Our payment plans are 50% of the course fee at enrolment, followed by two further instalments. Instalments are available for courses over £100.

Personal Learning Accounts – for more details please visit this webpage and email PLA@gcs.ac.uk for information.

Due to Covid-19 and the associated guidelines, students can expect a blended learning approach this year. This may mean that teaching will be a combination of traditional classroom methods and online delivery.

Don’t forget, the College also offers ongoing employability and career support available through our Better Jobs, Better Futures team.

Upcoming part time courses

If one of your ambitions for 2021 is to try something new, then take a look at the part time courses we have starting soon.

View all courses starting in the next 90 days

Adult Learners Guide 2020-21 

Check out our new Adult Learners Guide 2020-21 for all our part time professional and recreational courses.

Please visit the course listings for details of start dates and times and how to apply.

We'd really appreciate your feedback on the Adult Learners Guide so we can make improvements for next year. Please complete the quick survey.

Personal Learning Accounts

Take advantage of free and flexible courses in areas such as construction, digital and engineering.

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Welsh Gov

Student support

Student services is the first contact point for information, support and advice on anything from careers advice to financial assistance. Our specialist student support staff are available at Llwyn y Bryn, Tycoch and Gorseinon campuses.

Learning support

We provide specialist support for students with additional learning needs or disabilities. We can also apply for funding if you require specialist equipment.



Our libraries have a wealth of resources and our experienced and friendly staff can provide support throughout your education.

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The Welsh language at Gower College Swansea

Gower College Swansea aims to be a bilingual College, with the Welsh language and culture central to its ethos. We promote Welsh and bilingual learning and encourage our students to use their Welsh.

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If English is not your first language, we’ve got FREE accredited courses at different levels that can help improve your English speaking, writing and listening skills.

Find out more about ESOL courses

Improve your Basic Skills

Basic Skills

Do you struggle to help your children with their homework? Is your lack of computer skills holding you back? Do you need to improve your basic skills to move on at work? If you’ve answered yes to one or more of these questions, we have the solution for you.

Sign up to our FREE courses in English and maths skills and we can work around your needs. You can even work towards a qualification with the City and Guilds Essential Skills Wales Certificate and AGORED Cymru courses.

Funding Questions


Facing redundancy?

ReAct II helps people affected by redundancy gain new skills and encourages recruiting employers to employ a redundant worker.

Is your family income less than £18,370 a year?

The Welsh Government Learning Grant is for learners aged 19+ (eligibilty criteria applies)

Are you in the Armed Forces?

The Ministry of Defence's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) is an initiative to promote lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces.

Are you an employer looking to upskill your staff?

You could be eligible for assistance from the Skills for Industry initiative.