If any of these apply to you? You haven’t got enough UCAS points to be accepted into your first choice university You’ve changed your mind about the course you Read more.
Established as a facility for sports related courses, the Institute of Sport now not only services the students and staff at Llandrillo but is also open to the general public. Read more.
Before becoming a student, it is important to find out what fees you will have to pay, and consider how you will support yourself financially. Depending on your individual circumstances, Read more.
The College has campuses across North Wales and provides a number of ways for students to get to and from their main site of study. If you are a full-time, Read more.
The College is rightly proud of the outstanding guidance and support offered to all its students and has won awards for excellence in this area. Whichever campus you attend, the Read more.
Your happiness and well-being are extremely important to us and also to help you have a successful and fulfilling academic career, so the College provides many specialised support services. Our Read more.
The Academic Calendar provides you with information on term start and end dates, induction weeks and holidays. The calendar is separated out into sections for Further and Higher Education students. Read more.
There are different forms and procedures, depending on the type of course for which you are applying.