16 November 2020
At Coleg Gwent, we’re delivering a week of virtual activities to support our entrepreneurial learners to go freelance or start their very own business, without letting COVID-19 put their dreams and plans on hold, and Coleg Gwent alumnus, Abi Chamberlain, inspires with her story.
10 November 2020
Since completing work experience with Blaenau Gwent County Council and Alun Griffiths Civil Engineering and Construction during the school summer holidays, Nibin found his niche and knew he wanted to work in Civil Engineering industry in a hands on role.
15 October 2020
With dreams of pursuing a Master’s degree, Iranian learner Melika studied our ESOL course and gained the skills she needed to take her studies further than she imagined, now embarking on a PhD!
7 October 2020
Emily studied Level 3 Musical Theatre at Crosskeys campus to turn her passions into a career path, and it was an eye-opening experience for her that’s led to place at the prestigious Guildford School of Acting!
13 August 2020
We’ve had a very good reason to celebrate today with another outstanding year of A Level results, despite difficult circumstances for the class of 2020. Our pass rate was sustained at a superb 98%, with the best A* - C grades ever, a 2.2% increase in A*/A grades and learners from both campuses securing places at Cambridge University!
29 July 2020
Starting college is a big step that involves adapting to many new things. But we always put our students first here at Coleg Gwent. From academic support to personal wellbeing, we’re always here for you! Libby-Mae Ford, a former student, talks us through her experience of studying A Levels and going on to write a book about mental health called Through the Hourglass.