The college offers a wide range of university accredited courses for part-time and full-time students. Courses range from a wealth of art and design degree courses offered in partnership with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David to a range of part-time provision in areas such as business management and engineering.
Studying in Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire is situated across the coast of south-west Wales. It boasts beautiful coastlines and beaches as well as historical attractions such as castles dating back to the 13th century. The county is also host to the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’s boathouse in Laugharne and a number of quaint seaside towns. As well as the countryside, there are a large number of towns spread across Carmarthenshire which offer high-street shops, modern cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs, for when you need a break from your studies.
Getting to Carmarthenshire
By air: The nearest airport is Cardiff Airport (CIA) which is around 1.5 hours drive to Carmarthenshire
By Car: Carmarthenshire is accessible from the main west-bound M4 corridor. Exit at junction 48 for Llanelli, Gelli Aur and Ammanford campuses and junction 49 for Jobs Well and Pibwrlwyd campuses.
Public Transport: The nearest train stations to the college are Llanelli, Carmarthen and Ammanford and there are a number of good links for national coaches and local bus travel.