Yesterday (Wednesday 3rd June), Kirsty Williams (MS), Minister for Education announced measures regarding the re-opening of college campuses for face-to-face learning from 15 June. I am writing to update you on our approach and the next steps we are taking at The College Merthyr Tydfil.
Summer Start-Up Week is here! But what does that mean? Well, whilst the country has been in lockdown your Universities and Colleges in Wales have been thinking about how they can help you to develop your business ideas. The result? A FREE FIVE DAY online event from 8th - 12th June
This FREE (did we mention that?!) online event will be packed full of knowledge, tips, and advice to move your idea forward.Read more
RESULTS DAYS 2020
Kirsty Williams, Minister for Education confirmed yesterday that the 2020 Wales results day for AS & A level students, and for GCSE students, will be as originally scheduled.
This means that Wales, Northern Ireland and England will share the results days of 13 August for AS & A Level and 20th August for GCSE.Read more
College Merthyr Tydfil student Annabelle Dennis is celebrating after securing an offer to study at Oxford University. Annabelle, who is studying English Literature, Sociology, History and Government and Politics at the college, received the offer to study English Literature and Language at Mansfield College on Tuesday 14th January.Read more
The College Merthyr Tydfil is celebrating after being shortlisted for the Times Education Further Education College of the Year Award 2020.
The annual awards, which are open to all UK further education colleges, seek to recognise and reward the achievements of the very best further education providers in the UK.Read more
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