• South West College Implements Free Meals Program to Alleviate Students' Financial Burden

    Students at South West College have been enjoying free meals at campuses in Dungannon, Enniskillen and Omagh recently as part of a new initiative to help mitigate the continued increase in living costs that students across the region are facing.

    01 Mar 2024

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  • Enniskillen Student Leanne is a Cut Above the Competition

    Leanne Hall currently studying a City & Guilds Level 3 NVQ Diploma in hairdressing at South West College’ Erne Campus in Enniskillen was recently selected as one of 36 hair stylists from across the UK to reach the final stage of the L'Oréal Professionnel Paris ID Artist Auditions Competition.

    29 Feb 2024

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  • College study inspires Brandon to establish successful online branding business.

    Brandon O’Boyle, a 19-year-old student at South West College’ Erne Campus in Enniskillen has recently set up a new business which aims to support new and existing entrepreneurs develop their online branding.

    28 Feb 2024

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  • SWC triumph in Corn na Mac Leinn Shield Final

    South West College (SWC) made the long trip to compete in the semi-final of the 2024 Electric Ireland Corn na Mac Leinn HE GAA Senior Football Championship last Friday.

    27 Feb 2024

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  • Breaking Barriers: Inspiring Omagh Woman Overcomes Mental Health Challenges to Graduate

    Aoife Glackin, from Omagh, has navigated the challenges of mental ill health to proudly graduate, marking a significant milestone in her journey towards personal and academic success.

    27 Feb 2024

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  • Shaneire on Track for a Career in Social Work

    Shaneire Granaghan, from Enniskillen, has recently completed the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care at South West College's Erne campus, and progressed to pursing a Foundation Degree in Science in Health and Social Care. With the successful completion of her first semester, Shaneire is already certain she is on the right track to accomplishing her career ambitions.

    22 Feb 2024

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  • South West College share their expertise with local schools to help tackle climate change

    Primary and Secondary schools in Tyrone and Fermanagh immersed themselves in Plant, Pollinator and Biodiversity workshops with South West College (SWC) Sustainability Officer – Supriya Foster. The outreach initiative focused on addressing climate change, pollinator decline and practical ways to promote biodiversity.

    21 Feb 2024

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  • From Top of the Class to Front of the Class

    Melissa Woods, a former student of South West College's Omagh Campus, somewhat struggled to find her perfect career after leaving school. Though she had great A-levels, Melissa realised that the Degree in Food Design and Nutrition she had enrolled on was not the right fit for he rafter all, leading her to take a gap year and join the workforce.

    20 Feb 2024

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  • College life preparing Ellie for a jet-setting career in Travel and Tourism

    Ellie Carvill an 18 year student from Portadown has been appointed as a student ambassador at South West College and has recently been reflecting on why studying at the college has been the right choice for her

    09 Feb 2024

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  • Meet SWC students who have chosen an apprenticeship to help them get ahead in their career.

    As part of Northern Ireland (NI) Apprenticeship Week 2024, students from South West College who have chosen the apprenticeship pathway to employment are sharing their stories to showcase how an apprenticeship can give you the training and qualifications you need to help you get ahead in your chosen career.

    05 Feb 2024

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