South West College is based in Northern Ireland, one of the four countries of the United Kingdom, and is situated to the northeast of the island of Ireland. The College is situated in the Southwest of Northern Ireland a country with a long and proud history of both national and international interaction. The College is less than 90 minutes from Belfast, and offers a safe, community friendly learning environment with proximity to the Republic of Ireland, the rest of the UK and Europe.
Our four campuses are in Omagh, Dungannon, Cookstown and Enniskillen, in the centre of each respective town. Northern Ireland is known as a place to inspire, a place to nurture and a place to grow and is renowned for its inspirational locations, stunning landscapes and the friendly people. Each campus offers easy access to some of the unique locations and stories around it, from the unique stories of Saint Patrick to Titanic Belfast and its breath-taking scenery such as the Mountains of Mourne and the Giant’s Causeway.
The Southwest region, in, is one of the most picturesque parts of the country. Taking in the two counties of Fermanagh and Tyrone it consists of a mainly rural population, with rolling fields, rivers and lakes, making it an ideal setting for an inspirational learning environment. Popular tourist destinations include the Marble Arch Caves, Cuilcagh Mountain, Lough Erne, the Ulster American Folk Park, and many sights and landscapes associated with Game of Thrones.