In southwest Wales, a business can access impressive education and skills from the regional population. Over 30% of the working population are graduates, there are 8 universities and 13 further education colleges (many in the Swansea region)1.
Parc Felindre’s got talent
A business located at Parc Felindre has an enviable selection from some of the best workforce potential in the U.K. The working age population of the city itself is over 150,000 and over 600,000 people of working age live within a 30 minute drive to Swansea and 2 million, within an hour’s drive time. The number of resident graduates rises to 38% and in the Swansea region 60% are qualified to ‘A’ level – a key benchmark and asset for employers.2
For example, Swansea University is the third largest university in Wales. Its principles of commercial collaboration means it is keen to work with business and industry, Access to their Research and Development Expertise and their state-of-the-art facilities promotes innovation and growth for your business.
Business and industry professionals also have access to a range of versatile study whilst in employment. The University works with you to provide bespoke training packages to achieve your learning and development goals.
A supply of confident, adaptable and highly skilled graduates are produced by the Universities, Swansea University, The University of Wales Trinity Saint David SA1 Campus. Also, the renowned Swansea College of Art, The Creative Industries Research and Innovation Centre, and the Construction Wales InnovationCentre provide vast access to expertise for business, spanning:
- life science
- advanced engineering
- low carbon technologies
- creative industries
- digital media and research
- research, learning and Intellectual property development.
- construction training and recruitment
- event facilities and catering.2
Such a wealth of New Year expertise and opportunity from a new location at Parc Felindre is not to be overlooked. To access contact our agent today.
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2Swansea Business Guide
Courtesy Swansea University