Belfast Met

Belfast Met is the largest further and Higher Education College in Northern Ireland and one of the largest in the UK. They provide a unique breadth of education and training to address a variety of skill needs – from apprenticeship and Level 1 courses, to those undertaking degrees and post-graduate study. Their focus for the future is to support the development of Belfast by providing education, training and skills development to enhance individual, community and economic prosperity. The college is recognised with its specialisms in creative courses including fashion management, acting, music, music technology, dance, visual arts, theatre costume and graphics.

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Specialisms

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Essential skills delivery (Entry Level to ICT Level 2)

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Centre for Skills and Apprenticeships

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Higher education (Level 4+)

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Case Studies

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Belfast Metropolitan College was extremely proud to celebrate its 110th anniversary in 2016 and recognise its achievement in continuing to make skills and education relevant today.

Through its vision of leading the city to work the College has developed a significant number of valuable partnerships with key employers throughout the city and continues to work towards providing a better future for young people through education and training.

Latest News & Publications

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COLLEGES AND EMPLOYABILITY

We have released a document that showcases how Collab Group colleges are helping people into work

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UPDATED EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT PROSPECTUS

We have released an updated prospectus that showcases the relationships that Collab Group colleges have created with employers.

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Grŵp Llandrillo Menai joins as the newest member of Collab Group

We are delighted to announce that Grŵp Llandrillo Menai has joined the Collab Group

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How Can Colleges Best Support London’s Economic Recovery?

This piece, by Tracy Aust, is the fourth in a series of blogs in the lead up to the London Mayoral Election. This blog is about how colleges can best support London’s economic recovery.

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Collab Group Position Paper on the Skills for Jobs White Paper

Check out this updated version of our position statement on the Skills for Jobs White Paper.

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Colleges supporting economic recovery report

Check out our report on how colleges can support economic recovery efforts.