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Meet Our Students

Follow in their footsteps

Every year hundreds of young people choose North West Regional College as their next step on the road to university or employment. We are proud to have an impressive list of former students who have left the College to embark on successful careers within their chosen industries.

Read below to find out what current students and alumni have to say about their NWRC experience.

  • Linda Mc Glinchey Photography
    "This course had a huge impact on my life. Not only did it give me the confidence to start my own photography business, but I also gained friends for life!"
    Linda McGlinchey (Photography)
  • Hair & Beauty student Vanessa Canning shows off her nail art in her beauty salon, Polish Perfect
    "The support I received from my lecturers at NWRC was incredible. They always pushed me to my full potential and gave me the confidence to open my own beauty salon."
    Vanessa Canning (Hair & Beauty)
  • Eoin Callaghan
    "This course has helped ignite my passion for Musical Theatre and gave me the confidence to follow my dreams!"
    Eoin Callaghan (Performing Arts)
  • Leroy Grant Hair
    "There’s such a friendly and social atmosphere at the college. My lecturers were extremely supportive and the facilities are first class."
    Leroy Grant (Barbering)
  • Tonya Webb Access Health Welfare
    "The support I received at College helped prepare me for work in the Healthcare sector. I'm now a fully qualified, registered nurse."
    Tonya Webb (Health & Welfare)
  • female music student Hannah Richardson stands on stand with microphone
    "The recording facilities at NWRC are second to none. I use my free studio time to demo and record new songs. You wouldn't get this anywhere else at such a professional level."
    Hannah Richardson (Music)
  • Care and Health student Amy Hutcheon in classroom student profile
    "I love my course at NWRC and I'm really excited about the university opportunities available locally with the new Medical courses at Ulster University, Magee."
    Amy Hutcheon (Health Sciences)
  • Results days 2021 declan mceleney welding
    "Apprenticeships differ from school because you can actually earn a wage while gaining your qualifications."
    Declan McEleney (ApprenticeshipNI Welding)

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