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Magherafelt Campus

Northern Regional College
22 Moneymore Road
Derry Londonderry
BT45 6AE
Northern Ireland

028 7963 2462
028 7963 3501
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As one of the largest Further and Higher Education College in Northern Ireland – Northern Regional College (NRC) serves a wide geographical area across the north east of the province and mid-ulster, with campuses in Ballymena, Ballymoney, Coleraine, Larne, Magherafelt and Newtownabbey.

NRC offers professional and vocational education to over 20,000 part-time and full-time students in curriculum areas such as Engineering and Science; Built Environment; Business and Computing; Hospitality, Tourism and Sport; Essential Skills; Social Care & Early Years; Hair, Beauty, Therapies and Access; Art & Design, Media and Performing Arts.

At Northern Regional College we are committed to the promotion of equality of opportunity in all of its activities. We aim to ensure that we provide a supportive, fair, inclusive and welcoming environment for all staff, students and visitors free from any form of discrimination or harassment.

We welcome applications from all students, from people with a disability, learning difficulty and/or medical condition; we aim to enable people with these conditions to access, participate and progress within and from learning programmes, through the establishment of appropriate support mechanisms. We are working towards an environment and curriculum which meets the needs of ALL students.