Coleg Cambria

Coleg Cambria in North East Wales is one of the UK's largest colleges with over 7000 full-time students and 20,000 part-time learners, with international links covering four continents.

Coleg Cambria was created following the merger of Deeside College and Yale College, Wrexham. It comprises of seven sites; Deeside, Yale Grove Park, Yale Bersham Road, Northop, Llysfasi, Wrexham Training and Composites Centre. The College works in partnership with over 1000 employees.

Their Vision is to be:
"An internationally recognised college of excellence".

Coleg Cambria boasts a Centre of Excellence for Engineering. Students are taught in the best Engineering Centre in Wales which has dedicated workshops with the latest industry equipment. The Engineering department offers one of the widest ranges of engineering disciplines available to learners within the UK.

Coleg Cambria has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education. Their Centre of Excellence for Aerospace Development has trained more than 5,000 learners since it was set up in 2002. The initiative has resulted in Airbus employees at the wing-making factory in Broughton gaining more than 7,000 nationally recognised qualifications.  The centre's staff have also been instrumental in setting up Airbus Academies in the UK, France, Germany and Spain.