CAFRE’s international connections provide development opportunities for students to experience husbandry techniques, business practices and management systems in other regions of the world.
CAFRE has a long-standing two-way exchange programme for staff and students with Michigan State University providing valuable collaborations across all disciplines of food, agriculture, horticulture, equine and agri-food businesses.
In recent years the College has developed international collaborations with academic institutions and businesses in Hong Kong (Food), Kentucky (Equine), The Netherlands (Agriculture, Horticulture and Equine) and New Zealand (Agriculture).
Opportunities to study abroad
During your study at CAFRE you may have the chance to travel, study or work abroad. Exploring a new country, discovering a culture, improving your communication skills, whilst adding to your CV.
Study at CAFRE from overseas
CAFRE has three campuses in Northern Ireland, which deliver a specific range of agri-food and land-based courses at Antrim, Cookstown and Enniskillen.