Melissa Carney from Enniskillen is reinventing her career, studying a Foundation Degree in Cyber Security
at the new South West College Erne Campus. Melissa is successfully retraining to acquire the skills needed to pivot towards an exciting career in Cyber Security.
Savvy Clare Quinn, from Ardboe, is ahead of the field as she future proofs her career studying a revolutionary BSc Hons Degree in Corporate Law and Finance
, right on her doorstep at South West College. This specialist higher education course was designed to fill a gap in the current academic market within Northern Ireland and offers learners like Clare a direct route into a broad array of growing careers within a multitude of industries.
Natasha Foster from Enniskillen got her career off to a flying start by studying a Foundation Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management
at South West College, which has provided her with a first-class route to a vibrant career as a Cabin Crew member with leading travel brand TUI.
Tech enthusiast John Donaghy has graduated with a BSc Hons Degree in Computing Science
at South West College (SWC). John praised the College for helping him gain the relevant education, working experience and certifications needed for career advancement within the rewarding IT sector.
High achieving local man Ciaran McKerr from Lurgan, has graduated with First-Class Honours in the Ulster University BSc (Hons) in Social Work.
Ciaran hailed South West College for their outstanding support, expressing that it has made an enormous difference to his life and career prospects.
Following two successful years studying at South West College (SWC) Ciaran completed his programme at Ulster University’s
Athletes, sports teams and individuals of all ages and abilities can feel inspired as the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games kick off on 23 July. The importance of sport and the positive impact on our wellbeing will be reinforced, helping to motivate people to get active.
Northern Ireland’s Universities and Further Education Colleges have united behind a new initiative aimed at ensuring school leavers are made aware of the full range of higher education options available locally.
Dearbhail Hogan, from Newtownbutler, is following her passions by studying an Open University BA (Hons) Visual Media Arts Top Up in Film
at South West College. Now, she says the recent Butterfly Effect Exhibition, which featured Art, Film and Media students at South West College, has given her new confidence and opened her eyes to industry opportunities.