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Belfast Met achieves Platinum Level in the 2021 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey

Belfast Met is delighted to have achieved Platinum Level in in the NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey, which is an important way for the College to identify areas where it can improve in its environmental impacts and be recognised for its efforts to become more sustainable.

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Clearing Days 2019

Think you know Belfast Met? Think again… Forget about any negative connotations you may have around clearing. Belfast Met is all about the positive. For those who didn’t get the results they were hoping for to get into a particular course or even for those people who performed better than they thought in their exams, the college’s Clearing events this August are just the ticket.

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Belfast Met IT camp encourages young females to take up careers in the industry

More than 30 girls aged 15 to 18 graduated on Friday from a special IT summer camp aimed at helping them develop skills and get their foot on the ladder of a career in this lucrative and rapidly growing industry.

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Maghaberry Prison show garden wins National Trust gold award

A show garden created by prisoners in Maghaberry has won a National Trust Gold Award. Using a range of recycled materials and bedding plants grown in the maximum security facility, 14 prisoners built the garden which features a train – the Maghaberry Flyer – and track, reflecting their journey from incarceration to release. The work was carried out as part of the Horticulture City and Guilds course delivered at the prison by Belfast Met.

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Belfast Met Lecturer Celebrates MBE Award

Belfast Met is extremely proud of Health & Social Care Lecturer Gerry Skelton who was recently awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours List. Gerry, who lectures in health and social care as well as counselling was recognised for his amazing work with people how are or have been homeless and during The Troubles. Gerry was invited to Chief Executive, Marie-Therese McGivern’ s office along with Elaine Hartin (Director of Corporate Services) and Mary Coffey (Good Relations and Equality officer) to celebrate his magnificent achievement.

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Make IT your career with a Belfast Met apprenticeship

How does the possibility of earning around £50k+ in a few years and having the pick of jobs in a thriving industry sound?

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Tennessee Colleges visit NI to explore opportunities with Belfast Met

Tennessee Colleges visit Northern Ireland to explore opportunities with Belfast Met.

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