International Learning at Pembrokeshire College

We are delighted that you are considering Pembrokeshire College as your potential home for the next two years of your A-level studies.

Our College has been teaching international students since 1992, when our first group of international students came to study with us from Japan.

Since then we have prided ourselves on the education and support we have given to students from all over the world. Engaging them in A-levels, summer schools, engineering, pre-university pathways and even degree programmes.

With our new CAMPUS 6 we want to extend an invitation to international students who wish to study A-levels in the UK; study with us and experience excellence while living in a truly inspiring setting.

Should you join us, your challenge this September will be to prepare for your future, to grow and to succeed. It will be our responsibility to ensure that you meet all three challenges and achieve your full potential.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Dr Barry Walters
Principal, Pembrokeshire College
International Courses

Key facts...

99% A-level pass rate grades A-E, grades A*-A 38% and grades A*-C 88% (2021-22)

Students can have an extra hour per week one-to-one with teacher

Award-winning teaching

Pembrokeshire College is a partner college of Swansea University and University of Wales Trinity Saint David

One of the safest places in the UK – very low crime rate

Pembrokeshire is a protected area of outstanding beauty

Recruiting students for over 30 years from: Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong, Chile and the UAE

Small class sizes, approximately 10-15 students per class

English lessons, up to four hours per week

A new £6.6M building built in September 2017

Access to sports academies

Mentoring and support for university entry (UCAS) and medical school entry

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Read our excellent British Council Report

Our latest British Council Inspection report April 2019. The following areas were strong criteria during the last British Council Inspection:
  • Staff are helpful and courteous to students and their representatives
  • Students have adequate room and suitable facilities for relaxation
  • The teaching team has a range of experience, knowledge and skills appropriate to the courses offered
  • Students are provided with learning support
  • Students wishing to progress to mainstream UK education have access to relevant information and advice
  • Students receive pastoral care appropriate to their age, background and circumstances
  • A responsible representative inspects all accommodation (for safety and suitability) before students are placed, and at least every two years after that