We’re delighted to invite you to an online event to celebrate the fantastic overseas visits that have taken place this year through ColegauCymru’s Erasmus+ and Turing Scheme projects.&nbsp...

Coleg Gwent’s recent visit to Tenerife courtesy of the Erasmus+ programme provided learners with the opportunity to develop not only their photography skills but to travel and experience the cul...

CollegesWales International was pleased to facilitate a recent study visit using Erasmus+ funding to build partnerships for learner and staff mobilities. The visit saw colleagues from Spanish further ...

Learners from Coleg Ceredigion have been amongst the first in Wales to take advantage of the return to overseas exchange opportunities with a visit to Alberta in Canada. The long-awaited visit, delaye...

Following a successful Erasmobility transitional meeting in November 2021, a new video tutorial has been launched with a voiceover from our very own International Project Manager to promote the Work p...

CollegesWales International is pleased to be holding a series of workshops for colleges participating in the Erasmus+ 2020 learner project.  At the beginning of 2022, confirmation of extensions f...

CollegesWales International was pleased to be able to take part in a successful Erasmobility transitional meeting back in November 2021.  CollegesWales International is one of 10 EU partners in a...

Extensions for Erasmus+ 2020 learner and staff mobility projects to December 2023 have been warmly welcomed by CollegesWales International.  CollegesWales International is pleased to confirm that...

CollegesWales International is pleased to have established a new Steering Group to develop, support and monitor an international strategy for the FE sector.  The strategy will support further edu...

ColegauCymru has warmly welcomed the Welsh Government announcement that former Education Minister Kirsty Williams is to chair the International Learning Exchange Programme (ILEP) Advisory Board. Confi...

In partnership with The Regional Council of Brittany and Welsh Government, ColegauCymru is pleased to hold an online event this Autumn which will reflect on the pilot mobilities from Wales to Brittany...

As a new academic year gets underway and as we continue to navigate the challenges brought about by the Covid19 pandemic, ColegauCymru is optimistic about the year ahead. We’re grateful to staff...

ColegauCymru is delighted to have received funding for further education and vocational education and training (VET) through the Turing Scheme, the UK’s global programme to study and work abroad...

ColegauCymru Consultant Adrian Sheehan provides an overview of the many benefits of Recognition of Prior Learning but also the challenges it faces across the further education sector in Wales. The 202...

ColegauCymru will soon publish the results of commissioned research which looks at  internationalisation in the FE sector in Wales. One of the key findings of the research, conducted by Arad Rese...

ColegauCymru has this month submitted an application to the Turing Scheme on behalf of our member colleges in Wales. The Scheme ensures continuation of valuable work and study abroad opportunities for...

Notice is herby given that the ColegauCymru Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 18 May 2021, to receive the annual report.  A calendar appointment,&n...

Our latest EQAVET project ran from 2019 to 2021 and investigated VET graduate tracking measures in Europe and compared them to those in Wales. The report Where Did They Go?  provides an...

Between 2017/19, CollegesWales International received funding to explore the relationship between higher level skills and on economic resilience. This project was carried out in the wake of the 2008 g...

In 2016/17, CollegesWales International undertook a one-year project into the acquisition of skills for the Retail, Tourism and Hospitality sectors in Wales. The amusingly titled final report, Ga...

The Welsh Government has today announced a new international learning exchange programme, following the UK Government’s decision to withdraw from the popular Erasmus+ scheme.  Col...

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a key part of any process which can connect non-formal and informal learning to recognised entry standards and qualifications. Currently, there is...

CollegesWales has been carrying out research looking at vocational graduate tracking - i.e. following up the destinations of those who have completed vocational courses - in countries and regions acro...

The Turing Scheme is the UK’s global programme to study and work abroad providing funding for FE college learners to spend time living, studying or training across the world.     We&#3...

ColegauCymru invites proposals from organisations to undertake research within the FE sector to establish the current status of internationalisation, to determine what needs to be in place to further ...