How many courses can you take in Belfast met?
You can apply for up to 5 courses.
What can I study at Belfast Met?
Make IT your career!
- Access to University.
- Animal Care.
- Architectural Technology.
- Art & Design.
- Beauty, Hairdressing & Complementary Therapies.
- Business & Management.
- Childhood Studies and Playwork.
Is Belfast met a university?
We are the largest government funded public college of further and higher education in Northern Ireland and one of the biggest colleges in the UK.
What Is Beauty Therapy Level 1?
Working in our fast-paced commercial salon, The Lounge, you will improve the appearance of the hands and feet with basic manicure and pedicure techniques, learn how to provide toning, cleansing and moisturising treatments and provide advice on makeup application and skin care.
How do I apply for Belfast Met course?
How to Enrol
- Find the course you are interested in.
- Click on ‘Enrol’ to book your place.
- Log in or create an account using your personal email address and password.
- Follow instructions on the screen.
- Complete your booking.
- You will receive a confirmation email.
Does Belfast Met do A levels?
Belfast Metropolitan College (Belfast Met) is the largest provider of full-time A Level programmes in the Northern Ireland Further Education sector, with over 440 full-time students enrolled during the 2021-22 academic year.
What are level 3 qualifications?
Level 3 qualifications are:
- A level.
- access to higher education diploma.
- advanced apprenticeship.
- applied general.
- AS level.
- international Baccalaureate diploma.
- level 3 award.
- level 3 certificate.
What level is a foundation degree?
What level is a foundation degree? A foundation degree is a Level 5 qualification, according to the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). It’s the equivalent of two thirds of an honours bachelor’s degree, a Higher National Diploma (HND), and a Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE).
What is an HND degree?
HNDs are work-related, or vocational, higher education qualifications. HND is a higher education qualification of the United Kingdom, which can be used to enrol into universities at an advanced level. A Higher National Diploma is equivalent to the second year of a three-year degree and is an RQF Level 4 and 5 Course.
Is a Level 3 diploma Recognised?
The Accredited Level 3 Diploma course carries 120 Academic credits which can be put towards entry requirements for higher-level studies. These are not UCAS points but are equivalent to them and recognised by many Universities and colleges.