- A sweet bite of success at Loughry
The value of returning to education as a gateway to personal and career enrichment was emphasised recently at CAFRE Awards Day, Loughry Campus, Cookstown. Students graduating with an Advanced Diploma in Personal and Business Communication described the day as a notable milestone stating that their success was like experiencing a sweet delicacy
- Communication wake-up call
Set your alarm for the MSc Communication Open Day on Thursday 25 August which takes place between 3 pm and 8 pm at Loughry Campus Cookstown. Whether you have just graduated or are currently in employment, to use a well -worn cliché, it may be time to “wake up and smell the coffee” regarding the importance of selling your communication skills on your CV.
- Launch your career at Loughry
Loughry Food Students are helping one of the UK's leading manufacturers launch an innovative new product. Avondale Foods have designed and are supplying an exciting ready to cook meal kit, sold right across GB.
- Loughry student gains valuable experience at Ballyrashane Co-Operative
After successfully completing the second year of the BSc (Hons) Food Management and Marketing Degree at CAFRE’s Loughry Campus, David Hughes joined Ballyrashane Co-Op for a one year industrial placement, where he was given the opportunity to contribute and assist with project work to develop and automate the environmental management systems for the business.
- Award winning Rachelle steps onto the career ladder via MSc Communication!
With so many graduates gaining Firsts and 2:1’s, an MSc is fast becoming the new “minimum requirement” to get that job interview. Rachelle Coyle (from Ardboe, Co. Tyrone) is an excellent example of how an MSc in Communication can make your CV stand out in the crowded job market.
- Food for thought
Food for thought
- Cereal variety workshop at Coleraine
Discussion of new barley varieties at a cereal variety workshop in Coleraine
- Communication students prepare to get "hired"
Standing out from the competition at a job interview isn’t easy, but the MSc Communication students at Loughry Campus, College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (CAFRE) have been working hard to ensure they have the best chance possible in the job market
- O'Kane Bursary supports Loughry student
Hannah Buchanan from Dungannon saw off strong competition from her fellow Loughry Campus students in order to win the coveted O’Kane Bursary. Hannah, who is a first year student on the Food, Design and Nutrition honours degree at Loughry Campus was delighted to hear that she was successful. “Competition was so stiff – I was up against a significant number of other students and we had to complete a range of challenging assessments. I am really pleased to have come out on top” added Hannah
- Communication students focus on entrepreneurship
While most of the country have been glued to their TV screens transfixed by the entrepreneurial exploits of the Apprentice candidates, Communication students at Loughry Campus have been focusing on enterprise development much closer to home, with visits to two of N. Ireland’s leading Focus Farms in Country Tyrone