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Belfast Met opened its £18 million high-specification, ultra hightech ‘e3’ economic development campus in September 2012. The employability/entrepreneurship/enterprise (e3) facility will enhance the employability skills of students, stimulate enterprise through business incubation and innovative development programmes, and foster enhanced approaches to commercial and economic development using leading edge technologies and advanced approaches to teaching and learning.
Designed to accommodate up to 500 users on a daily basis, e3 houses specialist zones dedicated to digital media, manufacturing technology, catering, business incubation, SME training and renewable technologies. Belfast Met considers that the role of the further/ higher education sector in addressing skills needs and engaging with local businesses and industry is central to the development of our economy.
This impressive and highly innovative facility will provide unique curriculum and learning opportunities for further and higher education and for research and development throughout Belfast and across Northern Ireland.
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