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We have four campuses across Bridgend County Borough offering excellent facilities and learning opportunities. Details for our campuses are below, plus you can use our bus journey planner if you’re planning to travel to Bridgend College by bus.
Our Bridgend Campus is located within walking distance of Bridgend town centre. We offer a range of courses at our Bridgend Campus from Childhood Studies and Hairdressing to Catering and Independent Living Skills.
Facilities here include the Sony Theatre, our hair and beauty salon, Salon31, and restaurant, Bwyty31, which cater for students, staff and the public. We also have a coffee shop, Clwb Coffi, which is open to the public and is run by students from our Independent Living Skills department.
Our Bridgend Campus is also home to Weston House, our purpose-built residential accommodation for young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who have additional learning needs or an impairment.
Our Pencoed Campus is home to our STEAM Academy and Land-based Centre, as well as our Construction and Sport Academies. This is our largest campus and includes excellent facilities such as a 3G sports pitch, modern equine areas and a sports hall. Our STEAM Academy accommodates teaching and learning for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
With acres of green open spaces, here you could study anything from Agriculture and Construction to Animal Care, Public Services and Sport.
Located on the outskirts of the village of Pencoed, this campus also offers local amenities and transport links within easy reach.
Our Queens Road Campus is located on Bridgend Industrial Estate and supports many of our Higher Education (HE) courses as well as being home to our Work-Based Learning team.
Our Maesteg Campus is located on Castle Street, in the heart of Maesteg’s town centre. Part-time courses include Adult Basic Education and Pathways.