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Coleg Sir Gar

Amaethyddiaeth

UCAS Code: G4HW

Bachelor of Science - BSc

Entry requirements


Entry will be granted to applicants who demonstrate the academic ability and potential to benefit from the programme. Students will be expected to have four GCSEs at grade C and above, plus 40 UCAS points. Applications from mature learners who may not meet these criteria will be considered on their own merit at interview based on their experience and other qualifications they may have gained as they may be industrially relevant. The college welcomes students with a range of appropriate vocational qualifications and experience to apply in addition to the traditional 'A' level route. These could include the Level 3 Baccalaureate, Apprenticeships, NVQs, AVCEs, National Diplomas and Advanced National Certificates, NPTC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma and Diploma. Rhoddir mynediad i ymgeiswyr sy'n dangos y gallu academaidd a'r potensial i elwa o'r rhaglen. Disgwylir i fyfyrwyr fod â phedwar TGAU gradd C ac uwch, ynghyd â 40 pwynt UCAS. Bydd ceisiadau gan ddysgwyr hyn nad ydynt efallai'n bodloni'r meini prawf hyn yn cael eu hystyried yn ôl eu teilyngdod eu hunain mewn cyfweliad yn seiliedig ar eu profiad eu hunain a chymwysterau eraill y gallant fod wedi'u hennill sy'n berthnasol i'r diwydiant. Mae'r coleg yn croesawu ceisiadau gan fyfyrwyr ag ystod o gymwysterau galwedigaethol priodol a phrofiad yn ogystal â'r llwybr Safon Uwch traddodiadol. Gallai'r rhain gynnwys y Fagloriaeth Lefel 3, Prentisiaethau, NVQs, AVCEs, Diplomâu Cenedlaethol a Thystysgrifau Cenedlaethol Uwch, Diploma Atodol a Diploma NPTC Lefel 3.

About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2019

Caiff y BSc ei gyflwyno'n llawn amser ac yn rhan-amser, sy'n caniatáu i fyfyrwyr gyfuno gwaith gydag addysg uwch. Mae'r cwrs yn un modiwlaidd a gall y myfyrwyr ennill ardystiad (credyd) ar gyfer unrhyw fodiwlau sydd wedi'u cwblhau'n llwyddiannus. Mae'r cwrs ar gael trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg a'r Saesneg.
The BSc is provided on a full and part-time basis, allowing students to combine employment with higher education. The course is modular and students can gain certification (credit) for any successful completed modules. The course is available through the medium of English and Welsh.

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Coleg Sir Gar

Department:

Landbased Studies

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