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Music, Media and Performance

A wide range of full time courses are available, with options for A Level and vocational study. Most of these courses are delivered at the Gorseinon Campus, the vocational courses in Music Performance are taught at our Llwyn y Bryn Campus in the Uplands area of Swansea.

The College’s music department is the biggest in Wales and we run a range of ensembles including a choir, orchestra and jazz band. 

The College also has excellent links with specialist colleges. We are a regional audition centre for Arts Ed London, Mountview Academy and National Youth Theatre.

Our students have the opportunity throughout the year to perform at corporate College events such as our Annual Student Awards and Graduation Ceremony.
The creative industries are the fastest growing part of the UK economy and the potential for future growth is clear. All around the world, creative talent from Wales is making its mark, turning imagination into industry and providing rewarding careers.
Creative Media covers a wide range of skills from Levels 2 to 5. Pathways include film making, sound production, visual effects, motion graphics, photography, graphic design, social media and marketing.


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Former student returns to inspire young creatives

A familiar face recently returned to Gower College Swansea’s Gorseinon Campus as former student Billie-Jo Matthews stepped in to help inspire the next generation of young creatives.
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Acting lecturer appointed to awarding body role

Gower College Swansea lecturer Wyn Richards has joined the UAL Awarding Body's External Developer Register. Wyn joined the College in 2015 and currently leads the Level 4 Professional Diploma in Performance UAL (Acting Company) course.
Inspirational music teacher recognised

Inspirational music teacher recognised

A Music lecturer from Gower College Swansea has been shortlisted for a prestigious Pearson Teacher of the Year Award. Jonathan Rogers, who is Curriculum Leader for A Level Music at the Gorseinon Campus, is in the running for the title of FE Lecturer of the Year.