6th Form Visit to Ulster University, Belfast

For the second year in succession Sixth Form students from Trinity Catholic College were invited to spend the day at Ulster University to discover what life would be like as a student in Belfast and the range of degree courses that Ulster have to offer.

Twenty-four students accompanied by Mrs Gargett and Mr Turver departed from college at 4.00 am on the 16th of November to catch the early morning flight to Belfast. A very busy, but informative day was then experienced by all. Ulster were exceptional hosts to our Students and made us feel very welcome.  We left Belfast with lots of information about life as a student and a whole range of freebies, but everyone loved the hoodies.  We loved the hoodies so much we wore them to College the next day!

Student quotes:

We had an interesting tour of Belfast. The Jordanstown Campus seems like a fun place to live.      Daisy, Y12 Vice president of Student Body

I was amazed at the work of the extremely talented students and the art department has a wide range of different types of art courses.      Demi ,Y12

It was very interesting learning about Uni life and what Ulster has to offer. Best bit walking tour of Belfast.      Joe Barnfather,  Y12

Amazing experience, beautiful landscape and architecture, great tour and enjoyed learning about Irish culture.      Carmen,  Y12