Launch of new MSc in Business at CAFRE

Postgraduate students Sara Caithness, Emma O'Hagan, Hannah McGurk and Martin Olusanya celebrate the launch of the Masters in Business at CAFRE, Loughry Campus.

Postgraduate students Sara Caithness, Emma O'Hagan, Hannah McGurk and Martin Olusanya celebrate the launch of the Masters in Business at CAFRE, Loughry Campus.

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For more than 45 years, the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise at Loughry Campus, Cookstown, in conjunction with Queen’s University, Belfast has provided a range of Postgraduate Communication courses.

This year, the college has announced that the postgraduate programmes have been reviewed to meet the changing needs of the dynamic agri-food and rural business sectors.

September 2015 sees the delivery of the exciting new MSc in Business for Agri-Food and Rural Enterprise, allowing students to specialise in Innovation Management; Rural Enterprise Development or Business Communication.

Speaking about the postgraduate courses at Loughry Campus, Senior Lecturer Dr Roy Nelson said: “Our programmes are designed to deliver a unique learning experience using our exceptional teaching facilities. With small class sizes, taught in a friendly campus environment with supportive tutors our students can be assured of a first class learning experience.

“If you want to develop your knowledge and competencies to enable you to achieve positive change and develop your career within the agri-food and rural business sector, these courses are for you.”

For further information on thepostgraduate programmes, check out www.cafre.ac.uk, freephone 0800 0284291 or find the course on Facebook: Discover CAFRE.