Over 1000 students graduate

Belfast Met HND Music student Chris Harbinson from Lurgan (pictured right) performed at Belfast Metropolitan College's Higher Education Graduation ceremonies entertaining hundreds of graduates and their families following the ceremonies at Titanic Belfast. The electric guitar player also recorded a specially commissioned piece of music with fellow students Paddy Blaney and Shannon McColgan that was used as the soundtrack to a film broadcast at the event. INLM4812-208
Belfast Met HND Music student Chris Harbinson from Lurgan (pictured right) performed at Belfast Metropolitan College's Higher Education Graduation ceremonies entertaining hundreds of graduates and their families following the ceremonies at Titanic Belfast. The electric guitar player also recorded a specially commissioned piece of music with fellow students Paddy Blaney and Shannon McColgan that was used as the soundtrack to a film broadcast at the event. INLM4812-208

OVER 1000 students have graduated from Higher Education programmes at Belfast Metropolitan College this year.

Belfast Met held three graduation ceremonies at Titanic Belfast opposite the College’s landmark Titanic Quarter Campus celebrating the achievements of students from the Faculty of Technologies and Academic Studies, Faculty of Health, Care Leisure and Skills for Life and Faculty of Leadership, Science and Service Industries.

Principal and Chief Executive Marie-Thérèse McGivern conferred Awards of Recognition on former InterTradeIreland Chief Executive Liam Nellis, Irish Olympic Boxing bronze medallist and former student Michael Conlan and Deputy Chief Constable, PSNI Judith Gillespie.

Graduates were addressed by award winning Creative Director Colin Williams, Sixteen South Television, Brian Quinn, Marketing Director at Setanta Sports and entrepreneur Grainne Kelly, Chief Executive and inventor of BubbleBum UK Ltd.