Nicats, Belfast

updated on 22 December 2017

Description

The Northern Ireland Credit Accumulation and Transfer System (NICATS) is a governement funded project aiming to introduce a single credit framework for all post 16 education in Northern Ireland.


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Ulster Audience Sports Ulster has a strong heritage of sporting achievement and sport plays an important part in the life of the University. The opportunity to become involved with sport is available to everyone . You can join a club, take a class, use our excellent facilities, you may even be studying on one of our sports programmes. Campus facilities You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to benefit from our world-class sporting and recreational facilities. Students have the opportunity to use the sports facilities at the Jordanstown campus, seven miles from Belfast. A range of privately owned and council run facilities are also available locally.
Facilities include two sports halls, squash courts, solarium, steam room, strength and conditioning suite and a fitness studio with the latest cardiovascular equipment. The Technogym Wellness System supports five types of aerobic training, the latest fixed weight training machines and a range of free-weight equipment. Outdoor facilities include grass tennis courts, football, rugby, cricket and Gaelic sports pitches, a synthetic hockey pitch, pavilion and a multi-sports area. A range of privately owned and council run facilities are also available locally. The world-class facilities, formally opened by Lord Coe, include a Technogym Wellness System with Kinesis Wall, indoor sports halls, acclimatisation chamber, strength and conditioning suite, gymnasium, squash courts, floodlit sand-based synthetic grass hockey pitch, outdoor tennis courts and grass pitches for soccer, rugby and Gaelic games.
Other facilities include Jacuzzi, sauna, plunge pool, steam room, indoor and outdoor sprint tracks, jumps area, physiotherapy and sports science rooms. The campus is also home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland (SINI), a partnership between the University and Sport Northern Ireland. The Magee campus was the first university sports centre in the UK and Ireland to achieve QUEST registration, the UK quality award for recreatio
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Access, Cats, Level, Lifelong Learning, Credit Framework
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