General Open Evening
22 January 2019
4pm – 6pm
Inclusion Open Evening
5 February 2019
4:30pm – 6:30pm
30th April 2019
5pm – 7pm
NEWS & UPDATES
Pembrokeshire College A-Level Law students were recently put to the test in the Young Citizens Smartlaw Mock Trials which took place in Cardiff. The Mock Trial Competitions provide a unique opportunity to introduce students to the criminal justice system through an immersive, active learning experience. The competition allowed the students to be taken out of […]
Learners studying business and IT related courses at Pembrokeshire College had the opportunity to meet with local employers last week thanks to the College’s Employment Bureau and Dragon LNG. Sponsored by Dragon LNG, learners met face-to-face with representatives from local employers over lunch in the student-run restaurant. Employers including Dragon LNG, EduKey Education, Landsker Business […]
Pembrokeshire College A-level Government and Politics Students Thomas Mallitte and Harrison Cole-Picton were recently selected to take part in the popular evening TV show, BBC Question Time which was hosted at the Torch Theatre during November. Charing the debate was David Dimbleby alongside panel members; Business and Energy Minister Claire Perry; Shadow International Trade Secretary […]
LEARNING AT PEMBROKESHIRE COLLEGE
I studied the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Computers and Design (Interactive Media) course at the college back in 2011.
The college gave me the opportunity to progress to University allowing me to specialise in the creative area of 3D computer animation.
Performing arts facilities are amazing!
Since being a student there a few years ago now, I have managed to accomplish many things not only from my qualifications but the many life skills and confidence the course gave me.
Got my dream job now!
Big thanks to the college.
There is a great mix of people at the College which I really miss and the lecturers have been really fantastic – I would definitely recommend studying at the College.
College bridges the gap between school and going on to university.
It feels like we are on an equal level with the lecturers at College as we are on first name terms.
I was drawn to the College because of the great learning facilities and resources available, with the Learning Resource Centre as the highlight. Other reasons included the availability of Further Maths as a timetabled subject for both years of A-level, the STEM scholarship for high-achieving students and the opportunity to study with new people.
“ I have received excellent teaching and support from the College. I hope to study Biochemistry at Edinburgh this September. My host family has also been great, I will definitely be keeping in touch.” Sunny Yige, from Beijing.