Articles from North West Regional College (NWRC)

NWRC hosts Virtual Graduation for Class of 2020

A Hairdressing and Beauty student who is now working as a College Lecturer, will be one of almost 700 students who will have their learning achievements acknowledged at North West Regional College’s (@mynwrc) Virtual Higher Education and Access Graduation ceremony this year.

North West Regional College scoops top spot at 2020 Media Awards

@myNWRC has been named Top Performing College at the 2020 Northern Ireland Colleges Media Awards (NICMAs)  The college collected five individual prizes in Landscape Photography, Moving Image Fiction, Moving Image Factual and Music Video, to be crowned top college in a competition that saw more than 200 entries across all six of Northern Ireland’s Further and Higher Education colleges.

NWRC student named as finalist in OCN Learner of the Year Awards

A Limavady woman who returned to school to get Maths qualifications at the age of 47, has been shortlisted for an Open College Network (OCN) Learner of the Year award.

A crucial time of year for many students, pivotal decisions are being taken that will shape future lives and careers: Better at Home with Local Higher Education?

#GoHigherAtHome @MyNWRC @NRCCollege @SWCcollege @SRCchat @S_ERC and @BFastMet offer NI students a nearer to home option that can help make career ambitions a reality  There are many reasons why studying a university standard Higher Education (HE) course locally makes sense. As well as the extensive range of courses available, FE colleges are often the more affordable option, with much lower tuition frees. Students also have to option to live at home, reducing the substantial living and maintenance costs that come with moving away.

NWRC enrols first female Carpentry and Joinery student at Greystone

@mynwrc enrols first female Level 2 Carpentry and Joinery student at Greystone

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