Corporate

South West College is at the heart of the communities of Tyrone and Fermanagh. These two counties and their people have a long and proud history of both national and international interaction. The College is physically represented at campuses in Cookstown, Dungannon, Enniskillen and Omagh. The College employs over 500 full time and part time staff servicing some 14,000 enrolments with a turnover of £40m and makes a major contribution to the local and regional economy.

Vast Curriculum

The college is constantly enlarging and expanding the curriculum offer to support the regional and local economy. The College aims to provide a caring and supportive environment for all learners and a professional business-like relationship with all employers and other external stakeholders. The South West College strives to provide a quality product to all its students and will continue to work closely with the community in which it serves.

Our Vision

Developing People , Achieving Potential

Mission Statement

“To provide lifelong learning opportunities for the people of the South West region and beyond through quality education and training in support of economic, social and community development”

Our Values


Excellence - be the best we can

Innovation - improvement and new approach

Teamwork - together we can do better

Integrity - delivering on what we promise

Confidence - having a positive attitude

About South West College and the region

About South West College and the region

South West College is at the heart of the communities of Tyrone and Fermanagh. These two counties and their people have a long and proud history of both national and international interaction. The College is physically represented at campuses in Cookstown, Dungannon, Enniskillen and Omagh. The College employs over 500 full time and part time staff servicing some 14,000 enrolments with a turnover of £40m and makes a major contribution to the local and regional economy.

SWC more than just a College!

South West College recognises that learning is changing therefore in this academic year new curriculum offers will involve both face to face teaching supported by e-learning and e-services where appropriate. SWC believes this innovation is essential for the development of a coherent and relevant offer to the student population. The Physical College is still the core of the institution, with its emphasis on access for all too high quality teaching, learning and support for students. This focus on the student, their wellbeing, their performance and personal development remains at the core of the South West College.