The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) is holding a Postgraduate Courses Information Evening on Tuesday, June 29.
The event will be broadcast live at 7pm from the Discover CAFRE Facebook page.
Hear from staff, current students and graduates about the courses and the opportunities they offer.
CAFRE postgraduate courses in Business for Agri-food and Rural Enterprise are delivered in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast.
Course content is designed to meet the needs of those working in or entering the agri-food or rural business sectors.
Topics covered on the programme include business communication, change management and innovation management.
The programmes can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis.
If you are a recent graduate and feel you would benefit from enhancing your confidence and CV before entering employment full-time study will suit you.
If you are working and would like to continue your professional development the one evening per week, part-time route will complement your career.
Students complete a Postgraduate Certificate, followed by a Postgraduate Diploma before undertaking research to complete the Master’s element of the course.
Alan Johnston is a recent Master’s graduate. He completed the course on a part-time basis and with his enhanced project management and communication skills changed his career direction.
“As a science graduate I found the modules on the courses very interesting and varied.
“I used my new knowledge and experiences to move roles within work.
“I would highly recommend the course to anyone looking to challenge themselves. It certainly helped open up new opportunities for me.”
Whether you want to add to your qualifications portfolio, change your career direction, or develop confidence to grasp new opportunities, study for a Queen’s University Belfast Master’s qualification with CAFRE.
n For further information on the programmes visit www.cafre.ac.uk or freephone 0800 0284 291.
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