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The financial burden of going to university has been eased for a talented young photographer who studied Interactive Media at Northern Regional College. Sydney Geddis from Larne was one of the six top performing Level 3 students from Northern Ireland’s FE colleges to be awarded a prestigious JP McManus Scholarship.

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The decision to do a vocational computing course at Northern Regional College is paying dividends for a Ballymena teenager. Tiernan Graham Da-Cruz, who is in the second and final year of a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Information Technology/Computing at the College, said the course offers great opportunities for anyone interested in a career in computing.

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Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has attended a topping out ceremony at the new Northern Regional College campus site in Coleraine. With the ceremony marking the construction phase of the state-of-the-art, accessible-to-all campus reaching the mid-point of its schedule, and maximum height, the project remains on track for completion in the 2023/2024 academic year.

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Students studying digital games development at Northern Regional College will have an opportunity to try out their innovative ideas and creative skills with other aspiring young game developers at the Northern Ireland Student Game Jam. The NI Student Game Jam will take place between Monday, 24 October and Wednesday, 26th October. The online event is aimed at students attending a FE college or university in Northern Ireland and is billed as ‘must attend’ for any serious gamers currently doing a BTEC, HND/C or degree course.

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To celebrate the fifth Colleges Week (17-21 October), Northern Regional College is showcasing how its talented and dedicated staff are equipping students with the skills and knowledge needed to progress to university or help their career trajectory. A County Derry mother of four who has just embarked on the next stage of her journey to qualify as a social worker, has acknowledged how the supportive staff at the College campus helped her achieve her goal.

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Two Ballymena Engineering students will represent Northern Regional College in the WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition (WSC2022SE) in Luxembourg this month. Adam Kirkpatrick and Cameron Middleton will compete in the Robot Systems Integration category and will be part of the 35 strong Team UK selected to compete in the WSC2022SE competitions. Team UK will compete against 10 other countries including Japan, Germany, Austria, and France.

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