South Eastern Regional College
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South Eastern Regional College (SERC) is a regional further and higher education college in the south-east of Northern Ireland.
SERC was created following the merger of three institutes of further and higher education in the south-east of Northern Ireland. These were East Down Institute, Lisburn Institute and North Down and Ards Institute. The merger took effect from 1 August 2007.
The college's main campuses are situated in:
In addition, these main campuses are augmented with a group of smaller sites or out-centres. SERC also has full libraries, all SERC students can access any SERC library.
Courses, students and faculty
The college offers a range of full- and part-time courses and has over 30,000 students and over 1,000 members of staff. The college also has a canteen in all main buildings.
Engineering - Various, ICT, Plumbing, Computing Systems, Animal Care, Health and Social Care, Travel and Tourism, Joinery, Business Management, Sports. A Levels (Bangor Campus): Government and Politics, Sociology, Psychology, Applied ICT, Mathematics, Religious Studies, History and English Literature.
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