Belfast Met to host part-time opening evening

Belfast Met will host an open evening on Thursday at its Millfield Campus giving prospective students the chance to find out more about the part-time courses on offer

BELFAST Met is hosting a part-time open evening this Thursday (4pm to 8.30pm) at its Millfield Campus giving prospective students the chance to find out more about the breadth of courses on offer for those looking to upgrade their skills, consider new opportunities or further their career.

The largest and longest established further and higher education college in the north, Belfast Met offers a range of part-time courses tailored to meet the needs and aspirations of all, whether school leavers, someone wanting to upskill for their current role, or return to education seeking a new career.

Its choice of part-time courses are about making it convenient to learn and allowing students to combine study with work, family and other commitments.

The part-time programmes across its four campuses and additional learning centres match every need and interest - from leisure classes to university level - enabling students to progress and develop within their chosen career, and give the professional industry recognised qualifications.

Belfast Met's director of curriculum Dr Jonathan Heggarty said: “Further education is now a first choice for many wanting to forge a successful career path and we provide an inclusive, supportive and rich learning experience for students.

“With a huge choice of part-time courses, our flexible approach to learning makes it possible to achieve your goals whatever your situation.

"Whether it's for career progression, to get on the job ladder or re-train, we have the right course at Belfast Met.”

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