News and Events
Due to the ongoing challenges and uncertainty in relation to COVID-19, the College has now suspended face to face teaching and learning to students across all campuses. This also applies to client groups at our employment hub on the Kingsway.
We have now moved to online learning and remote delivery only.
Free sanitary products support for students
Gower College Swansea students are still able to access free sanitary products while we remain closed for face-to-face teaching.
With the ongoing uncertainty in relation to Covid-19, the College is determined to continue its support for students by offering free sanitary products to those who need it.
Updated message to parents and guardians: May
Last week I wrote once again to all of our College students thanking them all for their continued engagement with their studies and their ongoing hard work.
Redevelopment of Sketty Hall continues
Work to transform Sketty Hall into a fully-fledged Business School is progressing well.
While Gower College Swansea remains closed for face-to-face teaching and learning, its Estates department has been busy behind the scenes ensuring that the refurbishment of the Grade II listed building continues.
Updated message to our students - May
It’s been three weeks since I last updated you on the progress the College is making on the range of challenges we are currently facing.
Art student chosen for BBC programme
Gower College Swansea student, Karen Woods, has been chosen to appear on BBC Four’s “Life Drawing Live” programme.
Oxbridge Online International Summer Programme: 6-17 July 2020
College donates supplies to local food banks
Gower College Swansea has helped to boost food bank stocks by donating unused supplies from their canteens.
With the campuses currently closed due to Coronavirus, College staff have gifted supplies including crisps, confectionary and drinks to two food banks in Swansea, St Stephen’s Church and the Life Point Church in the Uplands.
Remote technology helps Oxbridge hopefuls
A Level students from Gower College Swansea have been using technology to keep up with their studies during lockdown.
Virtual rowing raises money for Kenya
Gower College Swansea lecturer Cat Wilkes is spending some of her lockdown time raising much needed funds for the Kenya Community Education Project (KCEP).
The KCEP, which was set up at Gower College Swansea in 2003, aims to support the Madungu community by improving access to education, skills, income and employability.