Belfast: City of Millennials

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 14/03/2017
11:30 am - 12:00 pm

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Location
Belfast, Stand C19.D

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Organiser
Belfast City Council

Contact email
gavin.williamson@lanyoncommunications.com

Three institutes of higher education. Two world-class universities. One city of millennials.

With 100,000 students across Northern Ireland’s third-level education sector, Belfast is enticing local, national and international young people to study in the city. Home to a vibrant social scene and a rich cultural heritage, there is plenty of choice and opportunity for these millennials to make their mark upon the world in Belfast.

Ulster University is creating a dynamic teaching and learning environment with state-of-the-art facilities in line with Belfast’s vision of being a ‘Smart City’. Its new £250m inner city investment will extend the already vibrant Cathedral Quarter to include a 75,000sqm campus with up to 15,000 students and staff.

In the world’s top 1% of universities and a member of the prestigious Russell Group, Queen’s University Belfast has seen over £350 million worth of investment in the last ten years into its facilities. Over the next decade QUB will invest at least the same amount again in maintaining a world-class international university that supports outstanding students and staff, working in world-class facilities, whilst conducting leading-edge education and research.

Post-education, this pipeline of graduates will require residential accommodation – creating demand for PRS schemes.

Thousands of purpose-built student accommodation opportunities have already been granted in Belfast, with more being available for planning.

Register now, and visit the Belfast stand to learn more about the City of Millennials from Damien Toner (Director of Estates, Queen’s University Belfast), Sheree Atcheson (Deloitte) and Anthony Best (Lacuna Developments/Watkin Jones).