Loughry Campus to host food courses opening evening

Alison Glover, National Diploma year manager, together with first year National Diploma in Food Technology students, Philip Buchanan, from Larne, and Chelsea Gordon, from Ballymoney, extend an invitation to the Loughry Campus open evening on Tuesday April 21 to check out the courses on offer at the campus.
Alison Glover, National Diploma year manager, together with first year National Diploma in Food Technology students, Philip Buchanan, from Larne, and Chelsea Gordon, from Ballymoney, extend an invitation to the Loughry Campus open evening on Tuesday April 21 to check out the courses on offer at the campus.

Thinking of a career in food and drink? Want to know what campus life is like?

Then come along to Loughry Campus open evening in Cookstown on Tuesday 21 April between 4 - 9 pm and check out what Loughry has on offer.

The open evening will provide a fantastic opportunity to explore Loughry’s courses and facilities.

Find out about the competitive course fees, affordable accommodation, as well as the excellent range of career opportunities that is making Loughry Campus the first choice for many students.

Extending an invitation to all Year 11-13 students, Peter Simpson, National Diploma course manager, states: “Food is constantly in the news for all the right reasons – it is our largest manufacturing industry. The Northern Ireland food and drink industry is a vibrant, progressive sector and to continue its growth it needs creative, motivated and talented graduates who can deliver success. Loughry students are in demand, largely due to the practical nature of our courses and the fact they are taught in world class facilities – right on your doorstep.”

Loughry offers courses in Food Technology, Food Business Management Food, Nutrition and Health and Food Design and Nutrition. Courses are available at all levels from National Diploma, suitable for students with GCSEs to Degree, on both a full and part-time basis.

In addition, there are new postgraduate courses available in Business for Agri-Food and Rural Enterprise to meet the changing needs of those working in the agri-food and rural businesses.

If you want to find out why our graduates have high employment success, securing great jobs in the food industry then come along to our open evening on April 21 and you too could spring into a successful career in the food industry.

For more information on any of our courses, visit the website at www.cafre.ac.uk or follow on Facebook.