Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol


Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol


The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol was founded in 2011. Since its establishment, the Coleg plans and supports Welsh language Higher Education provision in a strategic manner across Welsh universities. Following a review of the Coleg’s activities in 2016/17, the Welsh Government asked the Coleg to extend its work to the post-16 sector, encompassing further education and apprenticeships. The Coleg’s aim is to work with providers to ensure and develop more Welsh medium study opportunities for learners, students and apprentices in Wales.


Y Ddraig Amryliw (the Multicoloured Dragon): Wales and LGBTQ+

18 January 2022

At the beginning of Pride month (February 2022), a conference on ‘Y Ddraig Amryliw (the Multicoloured Dragon): Wales and LGBTQ+’ will be held to discuss aspects of the LGBTQ+ community in contemporary Wales and its representation in Welsh culture.


The Coleg Cymraeg appoints new Higher Education Ambassadors

17 January 2022

The Coleg Cymraeg has appointed new ambassadors for 2021 encourage more prospective students to take an interest in Welsh-medium higher education.


Journalism across the world - With Maxine Hughes

13 January 2022

Exactly a year after Joe Biden was inaugurated as President of the United States, Welsh journalist Maxine Hughes, who lives and works in Washington, will host the first in a series of online sessions for learners and students interested in pursuing a career or studying journalism.