CAFRE Masters Students celebrate their graduation at Queen’s

Christmas is not just about Santa and presents, for some it is also a time to celebrate a great personal achievement. This year was no different from any other year for CAFRE’s Masters in Business for Agri-food and Rural Enterprise (BAFRE) and Communication graduates who attended the winter Graduation ceremony at Queen’s University in Belfast.

CAFRE have run Queen’s validated post-graduate courses at their Loughry campus for nearly fifty years. Their current Masters in Business for the Agri-food and Rural Enterprise is the latest offering which is designed to develop graduates business skills for Northern Ireland’s most important indigenous industry sector. Many of the programmes graduates go on to work at management level in agri-food and rural based businesses. For more information on the programme visit: www.cafre.ac.uk

Winter graduation at Queen’s is a very special time for the students, their families and the course staff as they celebrate the graduates’ personal journey and achievement on the programme.

Students only – BAFRE & Communication Masters Graduates (L to R)

Maria Kane; Bronagh Adjey; Kirsty McMullen; Maria Kelly; Darina Fyffe; Marion Jackson; Aine Ni Cheanainn; Mary Curtin; Hannah Conroy; Sinead Mulcahy

Students & Staff – BAFRE & Communication Masters Graduates (L to R)

Dr Finbarr Daly, BAFRE Programme Manager; Ms Glynnis Mills, CAFRE Lecturer; Maria Kane; Bronagh Adjey; Kirsty McMullen; Maria Kelly; Darina Fyffe; Marion Jackson; Aine Ni Cheanainn; Mary Curtin; Hannah Conroy; Sinead Mulcahy; Dr Marion Nugent, CAFRE Lecturer.

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