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University College Cork

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The National University of Ireland, Cork, also known as the University College Cork, is a part of the National University of Ireland and is situated in Cork. Also, in 1845, the university came into existence. Additionally, in the 2023 QS World University Rankings, the university came in at 303. In the Best Global Universities list, University College Cork is #392. According to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings, University College Cork ranks at 251. The acceptance rate at University College Cork is 41%.

University College Cork Entry Requirements:

Undergraduate:

Intermediate / Higher Secondary Certificate PLUS successful completion of a UCC-recognized foundation program or Bachelor’s degree with a result of first division (60 %+) when awarded following 3 years of study.

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE

minimum 26 to 36 points

A-levels: ABB–BBC


Postgraduate:

Bachelor’s Degree (4 years) Minimum grade of 60% or 2.7 CGPA on a 4-point scale or Minimum grade of 70% or 3.2 CGPA on a 4-point scale

English Language Requirements:

Undergraduate

IELTS: Minimum overall score of 6.5 and minimum of 6.0 in each band

TOEFL:  Minimum overall score of 90 and minimum of 20 in each section

Postgraduate:

IELTS: 6.5 Overall 6.0 Individual Skills (academic version)

TOEFL: 90 Overall, Listening 20, Reading 19, Speaking 21, Writing 20

University College Cork Tuition Fees


Arts Degree: 16,400
Architecture 22,500
Business Degree: 20,500
Engineering Degree:  22,500
Education 22,500
Health Sciences 24,600
Law 20,500
Medicine 46,000
Nursing: 16,700

Phycology: 16,400
Science Degree: 16,400


Postgraduate:


Arts Degree: 18,400
Architecture 22,600
Business Degree:  18,500
Engineering Degree:  18,600–22,500
Law 17,500
Science Degree: 18,500—23,600
 Data Science: 22,500

Psychology: 18,400
Nursing: 10,300–12,300
Physiotherapy:  20,500
Public health: 18,300

University College Cork Scholarship:

Bishopstown Credit Union Prize in Business and Financial Economics At a glance

Value: €500

You must be a current UCC Student registered for BA (Hons) Business and Financial Economics program, Year 2 to be eligible for this prize

Entry criteria:

Students on the BA (Hons) Business and Financial Economics program, Year 2.

Detail: The prize is applicable to the student who received the highest aggregate mark across all economics modules in the second-year examination.

Selection:

Academic results in Year 2 of the BA (Hons) Business and Financial Economics program.

This is an automatically awarded prize. No application is required.

International Student Merit-Based Scholarship

Note: This is an automatically awarded scholarship, based on previous academic results. No application is required.

Eligibility: International (non-EU) students on taught masters programs

Value:

First Class Honors or equivalent (1H): 20% off tuition fee

Second Class Honors, Upper Division or equivalent (2H1): 10% off tuition fee

Lower Division or equivalent (2H2): €1,000

Mechanism: Awarded automatically at the offer stage

International Undergraduate Scholarship

Note: This is an automatically awarded scholarship

Eligibility: International (non-EU) undergraduate students who have an accepted offer

Details:

25% fee reduction in each year of study

Applicants may not avail of more than one scholarship. Where an applicant is eligible for more than one scholarship, the higher-value scholarship will be applied.

Undergraduate Scholarship is renewable for 4 years (or the duration of the course), subject to the student successfully completing each year to the required standard for progression.

Mechanism: Awarded automatically at the offer stage

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