Posted: Wed 28th Aug 2013

Updated: Thu 26th Jan

Coleg Cambria Full Time Courses Still Available Despite Record Numbers Of Applicants.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Aug 28th, 2013

Students, who have just completed their GCSEs and those who are considering career changes or a return to work, still have the opportunity to gain the required skills and qualifications for their next steps in life, with remaining places available on full time courses at Coleg Cambria.

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Coleg Cambria Deeside, Yale, Northop, Llysfasi and Wrexham Training are still taking applications for full time courses which have started this September.

Although record numbers of applications have been seen once again at the College, there are still a small number of places available on some courses for those who are late deciding on their next steps, or who may have changed their minds about which direction to take.

Those who are considering a full time college course are urged to act fast and get in touch with the Coleg Cambria Student Services team to discuss different options available.

Student Services Manager Karen Senior said: “We are fully aware that quite often individuals will start a work placement or stay on at school and realise fairly quickly that it is not for them.  There will also be many who are still unsure what to do after finishing school, maybe having gained different GCSE or AS level grades to what they had been expecting, which is why we hold open as many courses as possible for late applications.

“A full time college course can offer so many benefits and really open up doors for a future career, but it needs to be the correct one, which is why we have trained staff ready to help advise people on the correct options to suit them.”

Full time course applications for this academic year will close on 27th September 2013. Please contact Student Services on 01244 834511 or visit for more information

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