Students talk politics with The Lord AberdareStudents from Gower College Swansea recently had the opportunity to meet The Lord Aberdare – Alastair John Lyndhurst Bruce – when he visited the Gorseinon Campus as part of the Learn with the Lords programme.
Join us at our virtual open evenings in NovemberThis year, our November open evenings are going virtual! Explore the range of full time courses we offer, live chat with our staff and gain a real insight into life at Gower College Swansea. What can you expect from the day?
Togetherall – a safe, anonymous community for 24/7 mental health supportOur students' health, safety and wellbeing is our top priority, and we're always looking for new ways to support them. We are delighted to announce that we are now offering an excellent online support service called Togetherall.
College welcomes guest from the Holocaust Educational TrustA group of A2 History learners recently heard testimony from Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke BEM as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).
New students welcomed to CollegeNew students had a chance to find out more about campus life when they attended the Gower College Swansea Freshers’ Fayre.
Taylor heads for HayGower College Swansea student Taylor Williams has been awarded a place on the Hay Festival Beacons Project, a prestigious, free workshop residency for 16-18 year olds interested in writing. Taylor is currently studying A Levels in English Language, English Literature and Media Studies at the Gorseinon Campus.
Students pen prize-winning reviewsThree A Level students from Gower College Swansea have claimed prizes at the 2019 DylanEd book review competition, which is organised by Swansea University as part of the wider International Dylan Thomas Prize celebrations.
Students head for Hay FestivalTwo A Level English students from Gower College Swansea have been selected to attend the Beacons Project residential writing course at the Hay Festival 2018.
Georgia pens prize-winning reviewAn A Level student from Gower College Swansea has taken first place at the Dylan Thomas Prize book review awards.