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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.

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Hefin David MS meets Coleg y Cymoedd learners benefiting from new Welsh medium and bilingual provision

Monday 06 February 2023

During a visit to the Coleg y Cymoedd Ystrad Mynach campus, local Member of the Senedd for Caerphilly, Hefin David, met learners taking advantage of the new Welsh medium and bilingual provision within the further education college supported by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.

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NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR COLEG CYMRAEG AWARDS 2023

Tuedsday 31 January 2023

Nominations are now open for the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol Awards 2023! The annual awards celebrate the achievements of the brightest students, learners, apprentices and lecturers who have contributed significantly towards Welsh medium and bilingual post-compulsory education over the past year.

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WJEC and Coleg Cymraeg announce first ever Gareth Pierce Bursary Scheme winners

Thursday 12 January 2023

It is announced today, Thursday 12 January, that Lowri Haf Davies, Taylor-James Daughton, and Alys Ffion Chisholm are the three students who will receive a bursary worth £3,000 each in memory of Gareth Pierce, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and former Chief Executive of WJEC, who died in July 2021.

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