Graduating from Enniskillen College with BSc in Equine Management are Alice Anderson, Killinchy, Sophie Browne, Newcastle, Co Galway, Orlagh O'Reilly, Dublin, Louise Parkhill, Eglington, Co Londonderry, Amy Smyth, Bailieborough, Co Cavan, Anna Wallace, Moira, Co Down and Sancha Talbot from Banbridge, Co Down.
Sisters Leah, Lydia and Lucy McLeister from Ballymena are so proud of their mum Shirley who received a level 2 in horse care during the Enniskillen College Awards Ceremony.
Keelan Dempsey, centre, from Tuam, Co Galway who graduated from Enniskillen College with a Foundation Degree in Equine management along with David Verdon, Co Sligo who received the Forging Cup and Peter Flannigan from Maghera Co Londonderry who completed a level 2 Certificate in Forgework.
Graduating from Enniskillen College with BSc in Equine Management are Aoife Gibbens from Ballindine, Co Mayo, Kathryn Boyd, Newtownards, Co Down, and Nicola Clarke from Bailieborough, Co Cavan. Kathryn won the Vaughan Trust Award as the top final year degree student.
Loughry Graduates Glen Vance, Dromore and Rory Houston, Templepatrick with the President of Mitchigan State University Lou Anna K Simon.
Sisters Anna and Sarah Hobson from Portadown at the Awards ceremony at Loughry College.
Wilbert and Hannah Buchanan from The Rock, Dungannon with Amy McKeown and her father Sammy from Newmills at the graduation ceremony held at Loughry College.
Graduating from Loughry College are Amy Lee Clarke, Armagh, Kimberley Holden, Larne, Siobhan Devine, Portadown, Demi Ellis, Omagh and Zoe Coleman from Glynn.
Food Technology student Katherine Rea at Loughry College's graduation and awards ceremony with her parents Sydney and Wendy from Straid.
Wilma and Gordon Annette with their daughter Nicola from Newcastle, Co Down who graduated from Loughry college with a Foundation degree in Food Nutritional Health and Andrea Cadden from Tobermore, with her parents Terry and Margery who graduated with a Foundation Degree in Food Manufacturing.