Articles from Gower College

Student Union President, Laimis Lisauskas reflects on his first few days back at Gower College Swansea

With the reopening of schools and colleges earlier this week, I thought readers may be interested in getting a student’s perspective of how these first few days have gone.

After a tough year, Gower College Swansea looks forward

After what has been a very challenging academic year, Gower College Swansea is now gearing up for the return of students from 1 September.

Changes to results: what does this mean at Gower College Swansea?

Following the announcement of 17 August by Welsh Government, students who have received A Level / AS Level / Welsh Baccalaureate (Skills Challenge Certificate) results this summer from the WJEC will have their grade updated to the grade we submitted to the exam board (Centre Assessed Grade or CAG).

The future is bright for Gower College Swansea Access students

Over 220 Access students @GowerCollegeSwa have received their Diplomas this summer  92% of those have secured the university place of their choice on programmes that include nursing, midwifery, law and social work. 

Gower College Swansea holds virtual Health and Wellbeing Day

@GowerCollegeSwa recently held its third annual Health and Wellbeing Day – its first ever virtual one!

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