Students at Coleg Ceredigion have once again shown how dedication and hard work pays off with many achieving the A level results they required. The months of hard work paid dividend with many now planning to pursue higher education courses at their chosen Universities and Colleges.
Overall, 93% of students achieved the A Level passmark whilst results across a number of subjects saw the percentage of students achieving coveted A-C grades surpassing the national average of 77.3%. An impressive 83% of students studying A Level Photography for example achieved A-C grades, whilst 78% of those studying A Level English also achieved the top A-C grades.
One of the more notable individual successes this year included Jade McKellar, from Cwmann near Lampeter, who gained a highly commendable 4 A-levels at A grade successfully securing a place to study Law at the University of Southampton.
A number of students will be taking advantage of the progression routes available as a result of the college’s membership of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David group by going on to study a degree course at one of UWTSD’s campuses at Swansea, Carmarthen and Lampeter.
Jacqui Weatherburn, the college Principal, noted “We are extremely pleased with the achievements of all the students and wish them every success in their chosen field of study or career.”