Swansea College

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Swansea College was a further education college in Swansea. It was one of the largest further education colleges in Wales with over 15,000 students and employing approximately 1,000 staff. Swansea College merged with Gorseinon College on 20th August 2010 to create a single sixth form and further education college for the Swansea area called Gower College Swansea.

Swansea College provided preparation for a number of qualifications, including GCSE, the IB Diploma Programme, A-levels and HNDs, as well as a number of vocational courses leading to BTEC First and National Diplomas, NVQs and other similar qualifications. It also ran EFL programmes for non-native speakers of English.

The College’s mission statement was: We will provide high quality, relevant provision for all our learners.

Campus and Catchment Area

The College operated on several different sites in Swansea.
  • Tycoch Campus – Sketty - Main site of the College, provided A level, IB and all Vocational Courses ranging from NVQs to BTEC awards.
  • Llwyn-Y-Bryn – Uplands - Site for visual and performing arts.
  • Kingsway Centre – city centre
  • Business College- Llansamlet
  • Several other sites, including Sketty Hall and local schools, were used for courses.

Faculties and Services

A Level and The Arts

The faculty was split into two areas - a specially designed 'B Floor' at the College's Tycoch campus and purpose-built Arts, Media and Performance...
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