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  • Locations: Cork, Ireland
  • Program Terms: 1 Year (Aug - June), 1 Year (Jan - Dec), Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer Semester
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  • Dates / Deadlines
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Areas of Study: Accounting - Undergrad, Anatomy - Undergrad, Biology - Undergrad, Business - Undergrad, Chemistry - Undergrad, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Earth Sciences - Undergrad, Economics - Undergrad, Education - Undergrad, Electrical Engineeering, English Literature - Undergrad, Environmental Engineering, History, History of Art, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology Disciplines Available (engineering or related field):: Civil, Electrical, Electrical Technology, Energy, Process
Program Description:
University of College Cork (UCC)
Cork, Ireland

Please Note: This university is no longer accepting applications for Spring 2019
 
Cork is a city in south-west Ireland with a population of about 125,622 people. There is a lot to do in Cork, Ireland; museums, sports, sightseeing, and hanging out around the water. Sports is a big deal to the people of Cork and they are very active in these sports: cricket, rugby, association football, sailing, rowing, and more.  The University of College Cork has about 18,820 students who attend the school regularly. There are 2,800 staff members and 762 faculty members.

Degree Programs
The degree programs offered are the following:
  • Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences
  • Arts Subjects
  • Business Programs
  • Law Programs
  • Science Programs and Outlets
  • Food & Nutritional Sciences 
  • Engineering & Architecture Programs and Pathways
  • Medicine & Health Programs
  • Nursing Programs
To look at the degree programs and all the courses offered under the subjects click here


Courses
Study abroad students can visit the international office website and search for the courses they can study. The website link is provided here


 

Estimate of Costs (monthly)
Housing 550 Euros                
Meals 400 Euros
Course Materials 50 Euros
Local Transportation 55 Euros
Other Expenses 300 Euros
Housing
UCC offers many different housing accommodation for students who study abroad. There are 5 university halls that are open for students: University Hall, Victoria Lodge, Castlewhite Apartments, Victoria Mills, and Aras Ui Thuama.  Also, students can choose to live in privately owned purpose built student accommodation. While these apartments are privately owned, they cater to UCC students. You can find a full list of these apartments here.  
There is also the option of private housing. The university is situated in a pleasant residential area that offers private housing to individual students or groups. Students can either rent a room in a landlord owned house or a room in a house that is occupied by the owner. Rents in these private houses vary due to size, type, location, distance from UCC, and facilities. 


Students who have questions or want advice can contact the Student Residential Services Office by emailing resservices@ucc.ie 
or calling the office at 00 353 21 490 3849. 
housing
Example from UCC website of a student's housing 


Please Note: Students must accept their room offer within one week of getting an offer. Then the students must pay the Booking Deposit of 300 Euro to confirm. 
It is essential to remember that accommodation for all eligible students is determined by a lottery and your chances of receiving a room are the same regardless of when you applied to the University. 

 
 
For more information go here!


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
1 Year (Aug - June) 2019-2020 02/15/2019 03/15/2019 TBA TBA
Fall Semester 2019 02/15/2019 03/15/2019 TBA TBA