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Students hope Belfast Met's courses take after Bombardier camp

By Staff Reporter

Published 11/08/2015

Students have been taking part in summer camps to promote science, technology, engineering and maths subjects run by Belfast Me
Students have been taking part in summer camps to promote science, technology, engineering and maths subjects run by Belfast Me

Students have been taking part in summer camps to promote science, technology, engineering and maths subjects run by Belfast Met.

From left, lecturer John McGowan joined Bombardier education officer Tony Monaghan, and students Angel Reyes and David Moore at the aerospace camp. The event took place at the Ulster Aviation Society hangar at the Maze, where students were taught about aviation and the history of flight.

Mr Monaghan said: "It has been a rewarding experience to partner with Belfast Met on the aerospace summer school.

"The intensive programme involves a diverse and engaging series of workshops, presentations and visits, including a tour of a Bombardier manufacturing facility. The aerospace camp explores the heritage and technology behind flight and highlights the variety of career opportunities in engineering and manufacturing."

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