News and Events
Students beat the odds to win coveted apprenticeships
Three students from Gower College Swansea are among the four young people chosen to undertake a four-year engineering apprenticeship with leading Welsh travel operator First Cymru.
Platinum-level teaching at Gower College Swansea recognised by global body for professional accountants
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has awarded one of its key learning providers, Gower College Swansea, with the highly sought-after Platinum Approved Learning Partner - making it the only FE college of the kind currently in the UK.
Community Farm project for ILS students
A group of students from the Tycoch campus of Gower College Swansea are involved in a project at the Swansea Community Farm at Cadle. Those taking part are all students with additional needs, aged between 16 and 18, who are on the first year of the Work Preparation course.
New wave of scholarship students at Gower College Swansea follow in the footsteps of Welsh sporting heroes
A group of twelve young people have been awarded scholarships to attend the Sport Academy at Gower College Swansea.
Humanities Day gives students a taste of HE
Staff from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David spent the day at the college recently to provide humanities and language students with a day of lectures on a wide variety of topics.
Winter Car Checks Raise Christmas Cheer for Maggie’s
Motor Vehicle Level 2 Welsh Baccalaureate students at Gower College Swansea have raised £167.30 for Maggie’s Cancer Centre in Swansea after carrying out winter car checks for staff in lieu of a donation.
Students hear about issues affecting the young homeless
Students studying A Level English at Gower College Swansea welcomed representatives from the Swansea Young Person’s Homelessness Project in to classes recently.
Acclaimed photographer meets students
Acclaimed photographer / artist Richard Billingham paid a visit to Gower College Swansea this week. The photographer, who first came to prominence with his 1996 book Ray's a Laugh, later won the Citigroup Photography Prize and was shortlisted for the 2001 Turner Prize.
Students welcome multimedia artist
Students at Llwyn y Bryn are looking forward to a visit from renowned multimedia artist and author Tracey Moberly.
Welsh-born Tracey, who is now based in London, will deliver a lecture on her work, methods and processes, followed by tutorials with students on the Art and Design BTEC Foundation Diploma course.