A whole host of activities have been arranged for Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s students during ‘Future Options Week’, October 3rd - 7th!
Two of Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s highest performing A-level students have beaten the odds, winning sought-after scholarships worth thousands of pounds!
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor A-level Law student Lili Boyd Pickavance, who is based at the college’s Pwllheli campus, was recently awarded a place at the Lord Edmund Davies Legal Education Trust Summer School.
Students at Coleg Menai’s campus in Llangefni were recently treated to a two-day masterclass with BBC Cymru Wales television commissioners.
The UK’s first Wind Turbine Blade Repair apprentice has begun his training at Wales' only Wind Turbine Training Centre, situated at Coleg Llandrillo’s Rhos-on-Sea campus.
Staff and students at Coleg Glynllifon are delighted to share that this year’s learners sitting externally marked examinations, achieved grades that are above the national average.
Dozens of Grŵp Llandrillo Menai staff members - along with ex-staff and students – are rejoicing after completing a 3-day, 200-mile cycle ride from London to Paris, where they battled heatwaves, thunderstorms and exhaustion…all in the name of charity!
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s Psychology A- Level students were recently given access to Bangor University’s renowned School of Human and Behavioural Sciences, after successfully completing a week’s work placement.
The new term at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai has seen hundreds of young people enrol on courses across its 12 campuses. Many courses are full to capacity, but senior managers report that there are currently limited places available, so it’s still possible to find a course if you contact your local college.
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s learners are celebrating after another outstanding year of A-level results.
Building work on a new multi-million pound Centre of Excellence for Engineering has begun at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s Rhyl Campus on Cefndy Road.
A Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor A-level tutor has won a national award for her tireless work in helping students progress on to university and higher education.
Two keen travellers are about to temporarily tuck their passports away as they start their careers as police officers, after graduating from Coleg Llandrillo’s inaugural BSc in Professional Policing degree course.
Last year, due to the increasing demand for nurses in Wales, Sioned Roberts from Porthmadog and Lois Thomas from Minffordd both decided to enrol on an Access to Higher Education (HE) course in order to fulfil their dreams.
Teams of students who successfully cracked an escape room, were greeted with cheers, confetti cannons and a photoshoot on their return to the real world!