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North West Regional College provides Further & Higher Education at 5 main campuses in Derry~Londonderry, Limavady and Strabane.
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NWRC 2h
ACCESS COURSES...MAKE THE CHANGE If you are aged over 19 & have been out of for more than one year, our can provide the pathway to Degree study and a dream career. Applications for either Part-Time or Full-Time are now open….You decide!
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And congratulations to NWRC Arts for winning the Academic Excellence awards at the PBL awards. Thanks to all of the students from and who came along and took part today.
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The awards for Innovation, Visual Design, and Communication went to students from well done everyone
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Well done to Hannah and Adam from who were the overall winners in today's PBL awards. The team came to NWRC with their project Cutting Edge and also picked up the Entrepreneurship award. They received their prize from Melissa Duddy from Bombardier
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And of course good luck to our own students from at today's PBL awards. Prizes will be announced just before 2 p.m.
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And another great project from challenging the stigma of homelessness
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Hannah and Adam are at the PBL awards representing with their cutting edge range of goods. While are represented by the Towards Zero Waste project group.
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Delighted to have students from with us today for the Sectoral PBL awards - with the Hidden Forest Game, the 3R Mobility Chair and Research into Aspirin. Good luck everyone.
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Some more amazing work from at the PBL awards including Smart Scale Shelving and Sports Analysis management. innovation
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Delighted to welcome to NWRC today for the inaugural PBL awards - some amazing projects on display.
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Big shout out to the Sports students, who are at the today in Derry attending the Project Based Learning Conference. The students are using as their project, highlighting the importance of volunteering for future development and employability.
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Ready to get started at the inaugural Cross Sectoral PBL awards at Strand Road Campus. Good luck everyone.
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Economy NI May 22
Are you a graduate interested in a career in financial services in ? Check out the NW Assured Skills Academy: 6 week course & with guaranteed interview following completion More info and to apply:
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NWRC May 22
Third FinTrU pre-employment Academy at NWRC Looking forward to training the next group of recruits at the third Pre-Employment Assured Skills Academy at NWRC. The Academy is offering 20 training places for graduates with a 2:2 or more. More info:
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NWRC May 22
The new Michaela Boyle took time on her first official day of duties yesterday to visit our Campus. She is pictured with Campus Manager Anne Cunningham.
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Youth 19 May 22
Well done to the students in Strabane on being awarded £10K through the Disrupt project to tackle problems young people in the area are facing. We can't wait to see what comes of their amazing ideas around mental health, life skills + regeneration of the town!
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FE News May 21
NWRC student wins top prize at the 2019 Project Based Learning (PBL) awards: NWRC’s PBL awards inspire new ‘Olympic Village’ design for Templemore Sports Complex. A student studying for a career in Architecture at North West Regional College (NWRC) has…
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NWRC May 21
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NWRC May 21
OLYMPIC VILLAGE FOR TEMPLEMORE? Our student of Architectural Technology, Ryan McCracken recently took the top prize at the PBL Awards for his innovative masterplan to turn Templemore Sports Complex into an Olympic style village complete with pool. 👏👏👏
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NWRC May 21
Well done to the group Reimage for their plans for Strabane Canal Basin and were awarded £7,000. All of the groups who pitched today have received an investment for their plans. Great news for . work being done by young people.
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