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Armagh is situated 40 miles south of Belfast and is built on the foothills of the mountain range which divides Ulster from the West of Ireland. Armagh's border location makes the area easily accessible from major roads such as the M1 from Belfast and the N1 from Dublin.
Armagh City is the religious capital of Ireland and is famous for heritage, architecture and literature. Although classed as a medium-sized town, Armagh was granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II in 1994. There are many special things to experience in Armagh ranging from the historically unique Navan Fort, stunning National Trust properties, unmatched Georgian architecture, two cathedrals, the amazing green space of the Mall and the chance to indulge in all manner of activities in a beautiful natural environment
There are four buildings at the Armagh Campus, catering for a full range of curriculum. Each building specialises in particular course and subject areas. There are a wide range of facilities for students in each of the buildings including a large, full equipped library in College Hill, large refectories across most buildings and the main sports hall has a state of the art fitness suite.
The College's apprenticeship training facility has now moved to new premises on the Hamiltonsbawn Road in the city. The purpose building centre contains everything the modern apprentice needs to complete their training including fully fitted workshops and classrooms kitted out with PCs.