school leavers

Trefniadau ar gyfer noson agored Campws Tycoch – 20 Ionawr 2020

Mae Coleg Gŵyr Abertawe yn cynnal noson agored ar Gampws Tycoch nos Lun 20 Ionawr i’r rhai a hoffai astudio cyrsiau amser llawn ac addysg uwch.

Gan fod y campws mor fawr a helaeth, isod rydym wedi darparu gwybodaeth ddefnyddiol i ymwelwyr ar y noson:

Canolfan Broadway:
Os hoffech astudio cwrs gwallt, harddwch neu holisteg gallwch wneud eich ffordd yn uniongyrchol i Ganolfan Broadway os yw’n well gennych. Lleolir hon ar ben uchaf Campws Tycoch.

Arrangements for our Tycoch Campus open evening – 20 January 2020

Gower College Swansea is holding an open evening at the Tycoch Campus on Monday 20 January for people interested in studying full time and higher education courses.

As the campus is so large and spread out, below are some helpful pointers for visitors on the night:

Broadway Centre:
If you are interested in studying a hair, beauty or holistics course you can make your way directly to the Broadway Centre if you prefer, which is situated at the top end of the Tycoch Campus.

Coleg Rhydychen yn ehangu menter allgymorth i Abertawe

Mae myfyrwyr yng Ngholeg Gŵyr Abertawe wedi cymryd rhan mewn menter newydd sbon sy’n ceisio denu mwy o bobl ifanc o ysgolion gwladol i Brifysgol Rhydychen.

Aeth tua 80 o fyfyrwyr Safon Uwch i’r gweithdy Step Up yn ddiweddar ar Gampws Gorseinon dan arweiniad Pennaeth Allgymorth y Coleg Newydd, Rhydychen - a chyn-fyfyriwr Coleg Gŵyr Abertawe - Daniel Powell.


A Level and GCSE

Oxford college expands outreach initiative to Swansea

Students at Gower College Swansea have taken part in a brand new initiative that aims to attract more young people from state schools to the University of Oxford.

Around 80 A Level students attended the recent Step Up workshop at the Gorseinon Campus which was led by Head of Outreach at New College, Oxford - and former student of Gower College Swansea - Daniel Powell.


A Level and GCSE

A brand new Student Union for Gower College Swansea

Gower College Swansea has a brand new Student Union and - overseeing the smooth running of the organisation – a new full time (sabbatical) SU President, Laimis Lisauskas.

Laimis, who was an engineering student at the College before starting in his new role, will work across all campuses and represent all the College’s students. He will lead on events and initiatives and ensure that students’ opinions are fed back to senior management.

College launches HE+ and Seren Academy for 2019

Gower College Swansea has welcomed over 400 learners to the Gorseinon campus for the launch of the HE+ programme and Seren Academy for 2019/20.

Gower College Swansea, at the invitation of and in collaboration with, the University of Cambridge, is the ‘hub’ institution in the Swansea HE+ Consortium, working with the seven state sixth-form schools in the City and County of Swansea.


A Level and GCSE

New students welcomed to College

New students had a chance to find out more about campus life when they attended the Gower College Swansea Freshers’ Fayre.


A Level and GCSE Arts, Crafts and Photography Business, Accountancy and Law Catering and Hospitality Computing and Technology Electrical Electronic Engineering Engineering ESOL and Adult Basic Education Hairdressing, Beauty and Holistics Health and Childcare Higher Education Humanities Independent Living International Languages Maths, Science and Social Sciences Music, Media and Performance Motor Vehicle Plumbing and Construction Public Services Sport and Fitness Travel and Tourism Welsh Language

Five career paths you could explore here in Swansea

For hundreds of students across Swansea, the time has come to make decisions about what happens next in their educational journey, whether it’s college or sixth-form, an apprenticeship or heading straight into the workplace. Each educational and training option offers young people an opportunity to gain new skills and forge an exciting and rewarding career path. Here to look at some of those career opportunities available to students across the city is Mark Jones, Principal at Gower College Swansea.

A Level student heads to American University

Among the 1000-plus students about to progress to higher education from Gower College Swansea is Elli Rees, who has won a place at a prestigious American university.

Elli, who attended Ysgol Gyfun y Strade before studying A Levels in Maths, English Literature, Government and Politics, and Religious Studies at the Gorseinon Campus, will now read for a Liberal Arts degree at St John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland.


A Level and GCSE

Shanghai calling for electronics students

Four Gower College Swansea students have made it through to the WorldSkills UK national finals for Industrial Electronics, which take place at the NEC in November

Rhys Watts, Liam Hughes, Ben Lewis and Nathan Evans are all on Electronic Engineering courses at the Tycoch Campus.

“The entire teaching team is delighted and extremely proud of these students,” says Curriculum Leader Steve Williams. “The group heading to Birmingham in November is comprised of eight learners so, for half of that team to be Gower College Swansea students, is an incredible achievement.”


Electronic Engineering


Subscribe to RSS - school leavers