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After finishing your GCSEs, you will have the opportunity to choose from colleges, sixth forms and other further education opportunities in Cardiff. All of these will offer a variety of subjects and courses for you to choose from if you plan to continue your education.

Take a look at the following options to see what each has to offer. If you would like to apply, you can contact your chosen college directly using the links below.

The Cardiff City Foundation

Cardiff City Foundation is the registered charity of Cardiff City Football Club. They run post-16 education courses that combine educational studies with sport in a unique environment, supporting young people to progress into further education, employment and training.

Contact Details

Telephone : 02920 231211

Email : info@cardiffcityfc.org.uk

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Twitter : @CCFC_Foundation

Facebook : @CardiffCityFCFoundation 

Instargram : @ccfc_foundation 

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St David's Catholic College

St Davids College is a sixth form college specifically for young people aged 16 to 19, located on one campus in Pen-y-lan, Cardiff. It offers mainly Level 3 courses, with a mix of A Levels, BTEC qualifications and WJEC Diplomas. Known for its high quality education, Coleg Dewi Sant recognizes that it is a college that is there to serve the community around it. It is a college for students of all backgrounds and abilities and has a reputation for supporting all learners. It has the most diverse student body of any college in Wales. Learners thrive in an atmosphere of tolerance and respect. Around 1500 learners attend St David's every year, from Cardiff, RCT, Caerphilly, the Vale of Glamorgan and the surrounding areas. More able and talented learners benefit from the Honors Program, a pastoral program that caters to learners' need for higher learning and enhances students' post-college aspirations. As well as supportive pastoral programmes, St David's College also has strong provision for life after St David's - be it university, apprenticeships or employment. For more information about the courses St David's College offers, visit www.stdavidscollege.ac.uk

Contact Details

Telephone : 02920 498555

Email : enquiries@stdavidscollege.ac.uk

Twitter : @stdavidscoll

Facebook : @stdavidscatholiccollege

Instagram : @stdavidscollege

YouTube :  St David's Catholic College

Website : St David's Catholic Sixth Form College

Cardiff and Vale College

Cardiff and Vale College (CAVC) is one of the largest colleges in the country – transforming education and training across the capital region of Wales. We have over 20,000 students each year and a large staff team of industry experts, sector specialists and knowledgeable and experienced support teams. We are teaching people in top class industry facilities and centres of excellence across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan; in the community and in workplaces across the region, Wales and the world. We are constantly striving to ensure we are offering the best quality education and training – with Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for Education and Training, Estyn, awarding us a ‘double good’ for the quality of our teaching and learning.

Contact Details

Telephone : 02920 250250

Email : info@cavc.ac.uk

Twitter : @CAVC

Facebook : @cardiffandvalecollege

Instagram : @cavcinsta 

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Website : Cardiff and Vale College | Home

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