Ekadasi Ryan and Tanya Gatora, very talented students from the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at South West College, have had the privilege of having their art work featured in a publication by Heart Educational Supplies.
Local Fintona girl Megan Mullan has been awarded the highly prestigious JP McManus Scholarship.
South West College has just installed a 20kW Solar Photovoltaic Panel System at the Burn Road Campus in Cookstown demonstrating further its commitment to sustainability.
Mike Collins, from Derryadd, Lisnaskea, is a finalist in the Skillauto Final at the NEC in Birmingham in November.
Fermanagh and Tyrone students have had unprecedented good news this week as South West College has secured an additional 40 new Higher Education places in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects for this academic year.
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The provision of Mandarin Chinese language by South West College is opening routes to unprecedented global opportunities for Northern Ireland. The Hanban, China selected South West College as the North’s only Further Education College to be awarded the ‘Confucius Hub’ status.
South West College was delighted at the achievements of two of its Gold Engineering Programme students at the recent Apprentice of the Year Awards in Belfast, funded by the Department of Education and Learning.
South West College was delighted today to launch the Soccer Academy at its Omagh Campus. The College has recognised for some time that it needs to include more practical elements in its sport programmes in order to give students improved access to first class coaching from different sports experts.
South West College, Omagh, recently hosted an Engineering Summer School to give young people an insight into the range of engineering career pathways. The purpose of the day was to help young people clarify their understanding of the increasing range of courses in this field.