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Graduation marks end of academic year

Graduation 2022

On one of the most important days in the College’s academic calendar, the sun shone as family and friends gathered in the magnificent setting of St David’s Cathedral to witness students receiving their degrees, HNDs, HNCs and postgraduate awards from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David as well as professional qualifications through the College.

With students graduating from 2020, 2021 and 2022 the day was extra special for those who had had to wait so long to have their achievements formally recognised due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The ceremony was interspersed with organ music from Simon Pearce and musical interludes from A-level student Nancy Mason-Hopkins and College staff member Stephanie Hills while Chief Inspector Louise Harries delivered an inspirational and candid speech to the graduates and their families.

The presentation of special achievement awards concluded the ceremony and the College would like to extend a special thank you to its award sponsors: Carreg Construction, Dragon LNG, Federation of Small Business and West Wales Freemasons.

We wish all those who graduated every success in their future careers.

Interested in gaining a higher-level qualification?
If you are thinking of applying for a higher-level qualification, to help you progress in your current job, or to branch into something new, the College offers a variety of higher-level qualifications for you to choose from including: AAT, Computing, Construction Management, Engineering (multiple pathways), Health & Childcare, ILM and Teaching.

To find out more about progressing your qualifications call: 0800 9 776 788 or visit: pembrokeshire.ac.uk

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