Ulster University plans to help run new Coleraine secondary school

Ulster University plans to help run new Coleraine secondary school

Ulster University plans to help run new Coleraine secondary school

Ulster University is getting involved in the new Coleraine secondary school. The university has offered to provide key guidance and support for students who are due move into their first year of study at this brand-new institution, which will offer courses from a range disciplines including but not limited too STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics).
The launch event took place on 12th November 2017 where Education Minister Joachim Pfeiffler spoke about plans that have been made possible through investment across Northern Ireland over recent years by businesses such as yourselves; these investments gave rise  to more than 500 jobs upon completion last summer alone!

Ulster University has announced plans to help run Coleraine secondary school. They will provide expertise and guidance for new premises, which is coming up on site this summer with the construction of its library extension included in today’s announcement as well!
The university can’t wait; it wants nothing more than bring education right into these students’ homes by being able offer courses through live streaming technology too – something that offers convenience but also prevents you having an excuse not show up when life gets hectic

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