- Campus Rhos-on-Sea, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Dolgellau, St Asaph, Llanrwst, Glynllifon, Pwllheli, Rhyl, Bangor, Llangefni, Caernarfon, Parc Menai
- Established 1965
- Location North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom
- Motto To provide learning opportunities which contribute to individual development and the social and economic advancement of the community.
- Principal Jackie Doodson
- Students 34,000
- Type Further Education College
- Vice principal http://www.llandrillo.ac.uk/
Coleg Llandrillo Cymru is the largest College in North Wales with around 34,000 learners studying either on campus, in the community, in the workplace or over the Internet. The college employs approximately 2000 staff and offers over 4,000 full and part-time courses. Courses range from A levels, BTECs, Modern Apprenticeships and NVQs to Higher Nationals, Foundation Degrees, Honours Degrees and Postgraduate Studies offered in association with the University of Wales, Glyndwr, Bangor and UWIC Universities. The college also has an extensive international operation and attracts increasing numbers of international students each year.
The College provides a wide range of courses right the way from entry level courses through to degrees and post-graduate qualifications. These courses cover six main areas – 14-19 education such as A Levels, International Baccalaureate and BTECs; university and professional qualifications; work-based training including apprenticeships and NVQs; business to business training and courses for international students. The College also offers the recently created Welsh Baccalaureate alongside its Further Education courses. Foundation Degrees and Bachelor’s degrees at the College are offered in association with the University of Wales, Glynd?r University, Bangor University and the University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC). The college courses cover a wide range of subjects.
The college network includes a main campus in Rhos-on-Sea, a medium size campus in Rhyl, smaller sites in Denbigh and Abergele, the Glasdir Centre in Llanrwst, a specialist business services centre in St. Asaph and approximately 120 learning centres across the counties of Conwy and Denbighshire. Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor & Coleg Menai recently became part of the Llandrillo group adding 7 extra campuses in Dolgellau, Glynllifon and Pwllheli, Llangefni, Bangor, Caernarfon & Parc Menai, making the Llandrillo-Menai group the largest college in Wales. The main site or campus is on Llandudno Road at the westerly extremity of Rhos-on-Sea, bordering Rhos-on-Sea Golf Course and close to Penrhyn Bay.