Gower College Swansea (Welsh: Coleg GÅµyr Abertawe) is a further education college in Swansea, Wales. It was formed in 2010 by the merger of Gorseinon College and Swansea College. Mark Jones, previously principal of Bridgend College, became principal in July 2013. The colleges vision is "To be the best college in Wales". Gower College Swansea is one of the highest performing colleges in the country and is located in the UK’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. We are renowned for our A Level programme, with outstanding results and progression rates to the UK’s finest universities. The college has a number of sports academies that enable full-time students to develop skills in football, rugby, netball, hockey and cricket. Sports scholarships are available. The support which is provided for all students enables them to reach their potential, with excellent results and exceptional progression to higher education, including the Oxbridge colleges. The college offers the following higher education courses: Analytical and Forensic Science; Foundation Degree, Health and Social Care; BSc Hons. Health and Social Care, Spa Management and Advanced Therapies, Sports Science. The Kenya Community Education Project was set up in 2003 and is largely run by students of the College. This project aims to raise money to maintain a feeding programme for over 120 of the poorest pupils at Madungu Primary School in Kenya. In addition, it aims to pay the salaries of two teachers and supply them with a variety of educational materials. The college holds an annual Kenya Project Day but fund raising continues throughout the year.