A Coleg Llandrillo student, who "didn't attend school much" because of bullying has been recognised for her dedication after returning to studying.
With the cost of living increasing and more emphasis on local needs, studying higher education courses at Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor is becoming a popular choice for many residents of north west Wales.
As part of a community health event in Dolgellau recently, Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s Beauty Therapy students provided a range of nail treatments for the area’s residents.
A new scheme aims to upskill trades and SMEs in the construction sector, preparing them for a net zero future. By delivering training in low carbon technology the programme offered by Busnes@LlandrilloMenai with the Centre for Infrastructure Skills and Technology (CIST) at Llangefni is also ensuring businesses are sustainable and can adapt as demand grows for greener work practices and installations.
As part of the Lleyn Sheep Society's annual general meeting, members of the association visited Coleg Glynllifon to learn first-hand about the exciting new developments taking place at the college.
Ten Engineering students from Coleg Menai recently undertook a two-week work experience placement in Germany, as part of the Erasmus+ scheme.
Representatives from the world’s largest cosmetics company invited Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s Hairdressing students to take part in an exclusive event: a day of celebration and hair and make-up artistry, including a screening of this year’s L'Oréal Colour Trophy grand final.
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor recently hosted a group of students from Cardiff and Vale College, as part of an exchange trip to learn more about the Grŵp Llandrillo Menai college’s Welsh language provision on Sports courses, under the auspices of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol's small grants scheme.
Coleg Llandrillo’s Marine Engineering department has announced a partnership with one of the biggest names in international yacht chartering.
Brand new laboratories have been unveiled at Coleg Menai’s campus in Llangefni, as part of a £1.9m project to improve science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) facilities for college students.
A-level Music students from Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s Pwllheli campus recently went on an educational trip to Liverpool to learn more about the works of both The Beatles and William Shakespeare.
Counselling students at Coleg Llandrillo’s Rhyl Campus recently celebrated their achievements in being the first cohort to complete the Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling.
On Tuesday, October 11, the Aberdyfi Mountain Rescue Team came over to the college to teach the Sports and Outdoor Activities students about their work.
A former college student has just secured the position of Programme Leader for Higher Education Media at the college he studied at!
A college skills coordinator who realised her lifelong goal of becoming national ladies’ archery champion during the early stages of the pandemic, picked up her bow again to help Wales gain silver at the recent UK team championships!
The world’s first preserved railway is also among the first to benefit from a project designed to help businesses reduce carbon emissions.
Two of Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s former students were chosen as lead actors for the recent innovative film production GALWAD.
Eve Harris from Pwllheli and Elan Davis from Dolgellau - who have just finished their A-level studies at the college – both played central roles within the project.