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The Technocamps Programme – a pan-Wales schools, community, and industry outreach programme led by the Computer Science Department at Swansea University with hubs in every University across Wales – will be offering a variety of virtual, interactive and thought-provoking activities for Year 13 students to get involved with as part of the Bridge to University project.
We have created a dedicated resource that will be updated daily with activities that will be used for you to support your Physical and Mental Wellbeing. There will be a mixture of relaxation, mindfulness, activity and practical exercises that you can follow.
The application window for AS-A2 progressing students is now open. Please log onto your eNGAGE app and visit the Future tab.
Please submit your application by Friday 8th May. This will ensure that you are given an appointment to come in to College at the end of August to discuss your options and enrol for next year.
If you wish to switch to a vocational course, please apply online at our website.
Ramadan is a very important time in the Islamic calendar, and Muslims all over the world will be preparing to take part.
This year's Ramadan will be a bit different, as the coronavirus outbreak means that many people will not be able to visit friends and family, or their local mosque.
This is because of worldwide 'lockdowns' which are helping to stop the spread of the disease.
Read on to find out more about what Muslims traditionally do during this month, and why it is so important to them.
Our college library advisors are qualified and experienced to provide academic support in most areas of your study.
You can book a 30 minute session with an advisor by using the Book a Librarian system.