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Students at Met open day

Local learners start their career journeys at Belfast Met
Prospective Belfast Met students from Antrim, Robyn Barry and sisters Jane Hamilton and Megan Hamilton, were joined by Employment and Learning Minister Dr. Stephen Farry as they attended the Colleges first Open Day for full-time courses starting in September. Over 2,500 people from all ages attended the Open Day event to learn more about the wide range of courses and facilities available at Belfast Met, enabling them to take the first step on their career journey. Applications for courses are open now.

Local learners start their career journeys at Belfast Met Prospective Belfast Met students from Antrim, Robyn Barry and sisters Jane Hamilton and Megan Hamilton, were joined by Employment and Learning Minister Dr. Stephen Farry as they attended the Colleges first Open Day for full-time courses starting in September. Over 2,500 people from all ages attended the Open Day event to learn more about the wide range of courses and facilities available at Belfast Met, enabling them to take the first step on their career journey. Applications for courses are open now.

Prospective Belfast Met students from Antrim, Robyn Barry and sisters Jane Hamilton and Megan Hamilton, were joined by Employment and Learning Minister Dr. Stephen Farry as they attended the College’s first Open Day for full-time courses starting in September.

Over 2,500 people from all ages attended the Open Day event to learn more about the wide range of courses and facilities available at Belfast Met, enabling them to take the first step on their career journey.

Applications for courses are open now.

 

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