Belfast Institute for Further and Higher Education
Belfast Metropolitan College (previously known as Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education or BIFHE) is a further and higher education institution in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The college offers both vocational education and academic qualifications. With over 50,000 enrolments and an annual budget in the region of £45 million, it is Northern Ireland's largest college.The college encompasses a number of different campuses around the city. The largest are the Millfield Campus and College Square East building. College Square East is known colloquially as the 'Black Man Tech'. This is because of the statue of Dr Henry Cooke, a leading 19th century Presbyterian, which stands outside the building.
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