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University College Cork

Ireland
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University College Cork

Ireland
Overview

Overview

UCC is a world-leading university which prides itself on delivering outstanding taught programmes and supporting a globally significant research community. The university's ethos is centred on promoting diversity of thought, knowledge exchange and career ambition. It collaborates with hundreds of other institutions around the world and hosts thousands of international students from around the world. Sixteen of the subject areas offered by UCC are featured in the top tiers of global rankings and the university is a five-time winner of the ‘Irish University of the Year' accolade by the Sunday Times and is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide.

The city of Cork is an unbeatable place to study and flourish. Recently named a UNESCO Learning City, in recognition for its commitment to learning excellence, Cork is a cultural hub and centre of business nestled within magnificent natural landscapes. With fantastic connections to the rest of Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe, UCC is the perfect place to explore the continent, whether in a personal, academic or professional capacity.

Since being founded in 1845, UCC has never stopped growing, developing and innovating. As well as research excellence, a sustainable campus and brand-new facilities, the university is home to a unique community of staff and students from around the world. Going to UCC means enjoying life in one of the friendliest and most vibrant cities in Europe.

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Overview

Overview

Founded in 1845, University College Cork (UCC) has an excellent reputation. It caters for around 22,000 students, of which around 4,000 are international. Every year, students from over 104 countries are welcomed through the doors of this friendly university, into a supportive atmosphere.

There are three campuses, the Main Campus, Western Campus and North Mall Campus, all of which are within 15 minutes' walk of each other. The campuses sit across 210 acres, which includes several sports pitches.

One of the university's key principals is the promotion of diversity, thought exchange and career ambition. UCC is rated in the top 2 per cent of universities worldwide, (Sunday Times) and has also been ranked the number one university in Ireland for student experience.

UCC has been voted as the Sunday Times Irish university of the year for a record-breaking five times. Other accolades including being the first university campus to receive green flag status, and being ranked in the top 10 universities worldwide for sustainability (UI GreenMetric World University Ranking).

The university prides itself on the quality of its taught courses, and has globally significant standings in the worldwide research community. It is ranked in Europe's top 50 for teaching excellence (Times Higher Education), and has 19 subjects ranked by QS in the World University Rankings.

The city of Cork is one of the best places in the world to study. Recently named as a UNESCO Learning City, it is one of Ireland's most recognisable cities. It is bristling with both business and culture, and surrounded by beautiful landscapes. It is well connected to the rest of Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe making it an excellent place to live and study.

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What's new

What's new

2020 marks the ten year anniversary of UCC being the first university globally to receive the pioneering Green Flag award, established by the Foundation for Environmental Education. The university continues to lead the way on sustainability and environmental issues since reaching this prestigious milestone, and is now placed first worldwide in the Times Higher Education's ranking for responsible consumption and production. Students at UCC are the inspiration and the driver behind the continued positive action across the university and are supported by the expertise and passion of dedicated staff.

Some of the achievements of the university which have established them as a world-leading in sustainable educational institution include divesting completely from fossil fuel investments, hosting Ireland's only university ''Farm to Fork'' food campaign, hosting a zero-plastic cafe on campus, and cutting their carbon footprint by over a third in recent years.

UCC has officially opened a brand-new student services and learning centre which will deliver huge benefits to 26,000 students. What was previously one of the oldest buildings to be found on the university's campus has undergone a radical transformation into the Hub, the new heart of the campus that delivers a modern, state-of-the-art facility while conserving the charm and beauty of the 170-year-old historic building.

The new Hub has study facilities, teaching and event spaces, as well as a comprehensive hub for all types of student services, including student wellbeing, careers advice, disability support, and the student experience office. In addition to this, it houses many of the university's unique clubs and societies, over a hundred in number, so new and existing students won't need to go far to find everything they need for their university life.

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What's new

What's new

Sustainability

It has been more than ten years since UCC was granted the pioneering Green Flag Award, the first university in the world to do so. Established by the Foundation for Environmental Education, the award recognises sustainability and environmental issues, which the university continues to uphold. It is also ranked first in the world by Times Higher Education for responsible consumption and production, and the only Irish university to make the top 10 of the greenest universities in the world (UI GreenMetric World University Ranking).

The university achieves this by divesting completely from fossil fuel investments, hosting Ireland's only ''Farm to Fork'' food campaign and having a zero-plastic cafe on the campus. In recent years, UCC has cut its carbon footprint by over a third.

New learning centre

Recently, UCC opened a brand-new student services and learning centre. One of the university's oldest buildings on campus, it has been radically transformed into ''the Hub'', which sits at the heart of the campus. It is now a modern, state-of-the-art facility while still managing to conserve the heritage of its 170-year-old historic building.

Inside the hub, students will find study facilities, teaching and event spaces, along with a range of student services, such as student wellbeing, careers advice, accessibility support and the student support office. Many of the university's clubs and societies are also found in the Hub - with over 100 to choose from, students will find something which matches their interests.

Nurturing Bright Futures

The university has launched a new online course to help students make the transition to university. Entitled Nurturing Bright Futures, it hosts videos, articles as well as interactive worksheets and exercises. It is designed to help incoming students understand more about higher education and engage with UCC before classes begin.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Studying at UCC opens up fantastic opportunities for students looking for graduate employment in Ireland or internationally. With 93 per cent of graduates finding employment after studying at the university. With a degree certificate from a university ranked in the top one per cent of research institutions globally, UCC graduate outcomes are hard to beat.

The location of the university itself is a fantastic boost to employability. As an English-speaking nation in the EU, which is ranked first across Europe for employer attitude to graduates, being an alumnus of UCC provides an excellent competitive edge.

A large number of UCC programmes contain paid work placements within the degree programme or study abroad elements, both of which are great assets in the search for post-university employment. Studying in Ireland is a great way to strengthen English proficiency and a course with international study components will allow students to gain valued multilingual skills.

The city of Cork is rich with opportunities for post-university employment and career development. Students at UCC are able to secure a post-degree working visa that will allow them to remain and work for up to 12 months following their studies. As a result, they are free to pursue exciting opportunities in the global marketplace within Cork, including multinational companies such as Apple, Pfizer, and Dell who maintain offices there.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

The focus of UCC is to produce students who are world and work ready. Over 90 per cent of its programmes offer placements both internationally and nationally, equipping students with the best skills upon graduation.

Around 4,300 UCC students undertake a placement each year, with 38 different placement programmes across three colleges, including 360 unique employers nationally and internationally.

While at the university, students have access to helpful career services including Connect - an online system where vacancies are posted. There is also the UCC Works Award, a professional skills development programme which gives students extra skills through extra-curricular activities and experiences.

The university has strong links with industry too, including its international and award-winning Ignite start-up programme for recent graduates. The 12-month programme helps to make a student's business idea a success, giving them access to coaches, mentors and industry contacts.

Being based in Ireland is also excellent for career prospects. Being an alumni of UCC gives students an excellent advantage. Over 90 per cent of graduates consistently enter employment or continue to further study from UCC.

Ireland is ranked first across Europe for employer attitude, while international students can secure a post-degree working visa. The visa allows them to remain and work in Ireland for up to 12 months following graduation.

Many of the world's leading companies, such as Apple, Pfizer and Dell have offices in Ireland, making it a truly global and exciting workplace.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UCC is one of the world's leading universities, ranking in the top two per cent of institutions worldwide. It maintains this global reputation through excellent taught programmes spanning dozens of subject areas, supported by a commitment to world-class research. The university is a research-focused institution that plays a pivotal role in the growth of Ireland's competitive knowledge-based economy.

Its strategy for research success is built upon supporting globally relevant research groups supported by quality infrastructure. UCC thrives due to its collaboration with hundreds of other universities worldwide, allowing it to produce the highest per academic research income across all of Ireland. The university's investment in Research and Development is over EUR 90 million a year, and continues to grow at an impressive pace. It also means that research and learning at UCC is truly international and will allow students to enjoy taking on world-ranked courses in areas that are more relevant even in a rapidly changing, increasingly connected world.

UCC does not regard teaching and research excellence as separate priorities, but rather sees the huge potential in bringing these benefits together for its students. As a result, students at UCC will have the opportunity to work with and learn from leading academic experts and professional researchers, securing a fantastic education which lays the foundation for respected degree diplomas.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Ranked in the top two per cent of institutions worldwide (Sunday Times), UCC provides quality teaching and is committed to providing the best possible learning experience. Its reputation is maintained through its huge variety of taught courses across different subject areas. It is also supported by a commitment to world-leading research.

Teaching and research excellent are not tackled separately by UCC, with a connected curriculum approach. This gives students the opportunity to learn in a unique way by working with leading academic experts and professional researchers.

Researchers at the university have collaborated with 309 different industry partners in the last five years, so students can also be sure that academics at UCC have the latest industry and professional knowledge to underpin their work. Nine UCC researchers were ranked in the top 1 per cent of their field (Clarivate / Web of Science 2019).

In 2019, UCC received EUR 483,000 in funding for teaching and learning enhancement initiatives. As part of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities, UCC fosters a Learning Neighbourhood Programme to provide community-based learning support and build a culture of lifelong learning.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

In order to secure a place to study at UCC, applicants must demonstrate educational qualifications which are equivalent to the Irish Leaving Certificate. All applications are reviewed and assessed on a case by case basis with care and attention to each applicant's merits. In order to find out the minimum grade requirements for a particular undergraduate programme, students should consult the Undergraduate Prospectus.

The delivery of degree programmes across UCC is typically in the English language and as a result, applicants should be able to demonstrate sufficient ability and competence in English writing, speaking and comprehension. Prospective students who do not speak English as a first language will need to accompany their application with appropriate evidence of their English language ability through meeting the minimum standard in a recognised English language test, or through a school leaving or matriculation examination.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Specific entry requirements differ depending on the specific course applied for.

International applicants will be required to have qualifications which are equivalent to the Irish Learning Certificate. Applications will be made on a case-by-case basis, with minimum requirements visible by checking the course outline by subject / course. Several courses also have special additional requirements which will need to be taken into consideration too.

For international students whose first language is not English, proficiency will also need to be demonstrated. Tests such as the IELTS, TOEFL and Pearson PTE are accepted, and need to have been completed within three years prior to the commencement of study. A school leaving or matriculation examination may also be used to show English language proficiency.

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Student support

Student support

International students studying at UCC are able to enjoy the certainty that they will always be supported by a variety of quality, student-focused support services during their time at the university. These services provide a range of advice, support and resources across personal, academic and international issues.

The university offers an essential all-in-one service for international students through the International Office (IO). The IO can provide advice and information around every part of the university experience, whether applications, pre-departure information, immigration advice, study programme advice, registration and orientation. Support officers at the office can also provide support around the more practical aspects of UCC life, including student welfare and accommodation.

The IO also offers a rich programme of social activities and events across the academic year, enabling international students to quickly make friends and join a vibrant community. This include welcome events and the International Cultures Festival every spring, which allows local and international students to exchange cultural experiences and make new connections.

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Student support

Student support

Students at UCC have access to a variety of support services. UCC prides itself on providing personalized support which helps students feel at home while living and studying in Cork.

The university was the first in Ireland to appoint a first year experience coordinator to ensure the successful transition and progression of first year students. If students are finding settling into university life difficult, or there are any unforeseen problems, the coordinator is there to offer advice and support. They also offer career guidance and life coaching to help students achieve their academic and personal career goals.

International students also have a dedicated support service. Students are supported right from pre-departure, with advice available on a range of matters including immigration and how to open a bank account, all the way through to graduation.

All students are invited to take part in orientation when they arrive. Here they can learn about all the student services and meet peer student leaders who can answer questions about life on campus. This orientation event will take place immediately prior to the start of term.

Additionally, the Welcome Programme is organised by the international office for newly-arrived international students. It includes familiarisation with the campus, walking tours of the city, day trips, Irish music and Irish dancing.

Other student support facilities at UCC include a skills centre, student counselling and development, as well as student health and wellbeing.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Every year, the university offers a thousand bursaries and scholarships to both local and international students across every programme of study available. These opportunities are made possible through UCC's partnerships with donors and enable the university to provide significant assistance to students studying in Cork, in both academic and financial terms. These funding opportunities can be secured via different avenues, including through sporting achievements, academic performance or to assist students in tackling unique obstacles or finding new experiences. The university is enthusiastic about making scholarships available to students from any nation, background, culture or ability. Students attending UCC will be eligible to apply for funding from a number of areas, including:

  • Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI)
  • Local Authority Grant (LAG)
  • Student Assistance Fund (SAF)
  • Scholarships for UCC students

Any international students who are looking to secure additional funding, bursaries or scholarships can browse the international scholarship list to explore the variety of opportunities that are available.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students at UCC can access several different avenues of funding and scholarships. Each year, the university offers more than 1,000 bursaries and scholarships.

International applicants can receive funding from several areas, including:

  • Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI)
  • Local Authority Grant (LAG)
  • Student Assistance Fund (SAF)
  • Scholarships for UCC students

The various scholarships and funding opportunities are made possible by the university's partnerships and can be secured in several different ways. This includes sporting achievements and academic performance to assist students who have specific financial difficulties that might prevent them from accessing a course.

The university has a dedicated international scholarship list, which includes the qualification criteria and amounts. Many scholarships also have automatic application, so students are automatically considered for them, while others need to be actively applied for.

A full list of all available scholarships is on the UCC website, which provides the latest information on who can apply for each one, as well as subject-specific grants.

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