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of our graduates
Gain employment or progress onto further education within six months of completing their course.
You are treated as an individual at CAFRE; we have approximately 1,800 students at our three campuses.
Our industry partners donate over 45 bursaries to support first year degree students.
Landscape Gardening Finalists paving their way to success at WorldSkills National Finals.
November 10, 2023College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) Horticulture students have proved they are among the best in the United Kingdom! Level 3 Horticulture graduates Aimee Copeland (Randalstown), Anna McLoughlin (Ballymena) and student Jacob Mercer (Glengormley) have been awarded places at the WorldSkills National Finals…
CAFRE is an integral part of the Northern Ireland Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. The college supports the agri-food sector through industry training, knowledge and technology transfer, benchmarking and business development planning.
Are you a vegetable grower? Interested in learning from a specialist agronomist? Join us at McBride’s Comber and hear from…
Building Sustainability – A Farm Labour Perspective
Millbrook Lodge Hotel, Ballynahinch.
CAFRE, the Ulster Farmers Union and The Dairy Council NI will be hosting an event on Labour Sustainability on Tuesday…
Food Microbiology Specification Support
Book now to attend specification support seminars which will allow your science and food students to develop their understanding of…