Posted 1 November 2007
Harper Adams University College, the leading university institution serving the rural and land-based industries, is hosting two Open Evenings on Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th November where Mr. Jim Loynes, a Senior Member of the Harper Adams staff, will be travelling over from the Shropshire-based University College to meet prospective students and their parent.
Mr. Loynes will present an introduction to Harper Adams, the wide range of courses on offer, the facilities and student life. There will also be the opportunity to meet and speak with him and past Harper Adams students who will be on hand to answer specific questions or queries over a cup of coffee.
Mr Loynes commented “This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in finding out more about studying at Harper Adams. I am looking forward to visiting and meeting the prospective students and their families.”
· Wednesday 14th November at 8pm at the Drummond Hotel, Ballykelly
· Thursday 15th November at 8pm at the Adair Arms Hotel, Ballymena
For further information please contact Basil Bayne, Student Support Co-ordinator NI at email@example.com or telephone: 028 (048 from RoI) 9446 1157.
HARPER ADAMS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE:
· The University College has expanded its range of degree and Foundation Degree (HND) courses in recent years. In addition to the core agriculture courses there is a great choice of: Engineering, Business Marketing and Management, Food related subjects, Land/Estate Management; Leisure/Tourism/ Adventure Recreation; Countryside Management and Animal related courses such as veterinary nursing.
· Harper Adams is not only the leading institution serving the rural and land-based industries but also takes a leading position nationally across all aspects of higher education. It has recently had much nationally recognised success in The Sunday Times University Guide where it was named ‘Best University College’, short-listed to the final five for University of the Year as well as being ranked highly in all major classifications, including teaching quality, graduate employment levels, head teachers’ verdicts and student satisfaction.