Our three campuses are set in tranquil rural surroundings, with rolling countryside, birds singing and the occasional bleating of sheep. Sounds idyllic doesn’t it, but what do the students get up to when classes are over?
From Induction Week onwards you’ll make new friends and quickly start to socialise both on and off campus. All of our campuses are near local towns and you’ll soon hear of trips organised for fun further afield.
The clubs for sports and other activities vary from campus to campus, depending on the interests of the students. Students at Enniskillen Campus make use of the equine facilities which includes three yards – equitation, racing and breeding. Livery is available for a limited number of student horses. Students with their own horses can access the horse walker, hacking track, indoor and outdoor arenas after hours.
Both Greenmount and Loughry Campuses have Gaelic, Soccer and Rugby pitches and Greenmount also features a four hole golf course and practice range as part of the Greenkeeping and Golf Academy. Loughry students have access to the Mid Ulster Sports Arena, a modern facility on the edge of the campus owned by Mid Ulster Council.
For more specific details visit Clubs & Societies.