Modern and old in one beautiful spot. You must come and visit.
Single rooms with private or shared bathrooms
Host family accommodation
10 -17 years, boys and girls
From one to four weeks
15 hours per week
Access free 24/7
Our Lampeter Campus had the first EVER game of rugby in Wales in 1850
Trinity UK Academy
Golf, Rugby, Horse Riding & Acting/Drama
Named after Prince Ceredig, Ceredigion is sheltered from the east by the Cambrian Mountains and stretches to the shores of Cardigan Bay (Bae Ceredigion).
Founded by Royal Charter in 1822, the Lampeter Campus is the oldest college establishment in Britain after Oxford and Cambridge. Until the 1970s it was a training centre for Anglican priests and today specialises in Humanities, offering Archaeology, Anthropology, Ancient Egyptian Culture, Classical Studies, Philosophy as well as Religious Studies.
The University link brought the game of rugby to Lampeter, when a Professor introduced the game to the college in the 1850s. In 1881, Lampeter was one of the founding members of the Welsh Rugby Union.
> Single ensuite rooms in a modern accommodation block.
> Full board- Breakfast, lunch and evening meals. Packed lunches and Full Welsh breakfast at weekends.
> Can cater for all food allergies.
> 24 hour security
> A mix of traditional and modern facilities
> Leafy surroundings
> Modern sports hall and swimming pool
> 15 hours Active English tuition per week.
> 1 full day and a half day excursion per week
> Activities in the afternoon and in the evening
> Accredited by The British Council
> Full Time Tutorial system (F.T.T.S.)
> Max 15 students in the class
> Entrance test online
> An engaging on-site and off-site activity programme
> ***NEW*** RADIO SHOW
Why not take a look around?
3rd – 16th July 2020
17th – 30th July 2020
For 13 nights
with private bathroom
with shared bathroom
in host family
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