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Campbell College Belfast, the new summer location for IH Belfast
IH Belfast to open new teenage summer venue

UK provider International House Belfast has launched a new summer teenage programme for 2018 at Campbell College Belfast.

"As from July 2018, the new teenage programme will be hosted at Campbell College Belfast, one of Northern Ireland's most eminent schools occupying a 100-acre estate in east Belfast, close to the Parliament Buildings at Stormont and complete with its own lake and forest," said Paul McMullen, Director of IH Belfast.

 

The programme will be available for students aged 12-to-17, with a choice of residential or local homestay accommodation.

 

Paul added, "We're absolutely delighted to add the programme at Campbell for 2018 and for many years to come. The facilities on the campus are amazing, as is the single room en suite accommodation. The catering is pretty spectacular too. The Campbell team are great people to work with, and we can't wait to welcome students to the programme in July."

 

The new teenage course was launched at the StudyTravel Alphe UK conference last week, with the traditional brochure being replaced by an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience in agent meetings.

 

Agents can download the 360 video from the IH Belfast website and can receive a Google Cardboard VR Viewer from the school on request.

 

The provider has been running teenage programmes since 2008, and Campbell joins the SHARE adventure course and the main, year-round adult school in the IH Belfast portfolio.  

 

 

By Matthew Knott

News Editor