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The College is based in South West Wales and has five main campuses at Llanelli (Graig), Carmarthen (Pibwrlwyd and Jobs Well), Ammanford and Llandeilo (Gelli Aur). The College is also home to Carmarthen School of Art which has its origins dating back to 1854.

The breadth of facilities demonstrates the college's financial investment and importance of providing its students with the best learning environment to equip them in readiness for employment or university.

The facilities are spread across our five campuses where different subject areas are taught.  For example, Ammanford is the hub for all construction courses and houses various bays for electrical, gas and solar courses whereas at Pibwrlwyd campus, you'll find catering students spending an evening a week at the training restaurant serving the public or spending their time offering treatments to clients in the hair and beauty salon.  Each campus has its own individual learning environment and it is recommended that prospective students view the facilities at an open evening where they can also talk to teaching and support staff.

Facilities include: 

  • An indoor equine arena;
  • A training restaurant;
  • Hair and beauty salons; 
  • A construction centre and automotive engineering centre;
  • Dance studio,
  • CAD/CAM suites,
  • An engineering centre,
  • Cast iron foundry;
  • Textile technologies;
  • All-weather sports pitch;
  • Fitness and sports science testing facilities;
  • Roland Academy;
  • Media studio;
  • Mac suites;
  • Language labs;
  • Agricultural campus with working farm

Our Campuses

Gelli Aur Campus

Gelli Aur Campus The campus is purpose built complex which is also home to the 211 hectare college farm. Situated in the fertile Tywi valley, three miles from Llandeilo and 14 miles from Carmarthen, the main focus at the campus is to prepare students for a range of land based countryside studies and agricultural engineering occupations. The teaching block is…

Ammanford Campus

Ammanford Campus Learning activity on the Ammanford campus is focused on health, social and childcare as well as construction industry crafts. The faculty of Health, Social and Childcare run a vast range of higher and further education courses at the campus including NVQs and short courses in counselling. These courses are very popular with students from all walks of life…

Pibwrlwyd Campus

Pibwrlwyd Campus Pibwrlwyd is a friendly campus in a rural setting on the outskirts of the market town of Carmarthen which is also the commercial centre for a large and thriving area. The campus is home to a wide range of curriculum that spans further and higher education. Key activities on the campus include Art and Design, Animal Science, Automotive…

Jobs Well Campus – Carmarthen School of Art

Jobs Well Campus Jobs Well RoadCarmarthenSA31 3HY Jobs Well Road is the main campus for art and design at the college and houses the Carmarthen School of Art. The School has a history which dates back to 1854. The campus is a purpose-built art facility and as a consequence has a unique and friendly art school ambience, dedicated to art…

Graig Campus

Graig Campus Sandy RoadPwllLlanelliSA15 4DN The Graig Campus is the largest of the five campuses of Coleg Sir Gâr and is based close to the village of Pwll on the South West Wales coast in Llanelli. With views over the neighbouring Gower peninsula, the Campus is a great place to study with a range of well-resourced teaching facilities and the…

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Graig Campus
Sandy Road
SA15 4DN
01554 748000
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Coleg Sir Gar is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales No. 08539630 and is a registered charity No. 1152522. 
The registered office is at The Graig Campus, Sandy Road, Pwll, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 4DN