|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Spring||2017||10/05/2016 **||Rolling Admission||01/12/2017||05/12/2017|
|NOTE: Do not book travel until being fully enrolled in the program.|
|Fall||2017||03/22/2017 **||Rolling Admission||09/05/2017||12/22/2017|
|NOTE: UCC orientation begins on September 6th. Do not book travel until fully enrolled in the program.|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Internships:||Yes||Disciplines offered:||Accounting (ACCT), Anthropology (ANTH), Art History (ARTH), Behavioral Neuroscience (NEUR), Biology (BIOL), Business Administration (BUSN), College of Arts and Sciences, Communication Studies (COMM), Decision Science (DSCI), Economics (ECON), English (ENGL), Environmental and Ocean Sciences (ENVR), Ethics and the Law (ETLW), Finance (FINA), History (HIST), Management (MGMT), Marketing (MKTG), Mathematics (MATH), Music (MUSC), Philosophy (PHIL), Political Science and International Relations (POLS), Psychology (PSYC), School of Business, Sociology (SOCI), Theatre (THEA), Theology (THRS), Undergraduate|
|Accomodations:||Residence halls, Shared apartments off-campus||Class Standing:||Must have completed 45 units|
|Program Advisor:||Justin Berens - firstname.lastname@example.org||Tuition Remission Eligible Program:||Yes|
UCC is the first university to be named The Sunday Times University of the Year for two consecutive years in the 15-year history of the award!!!
Founded in 1845, University College Cork is one of the oldest universities in
Built around a beautiful stone-faced quadrangle, UCC has always maintained a tradition of academic excellence across a wide range of disciplines. It has established a reputation as one of the top institutions in
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Pre-approved UCC Course Equivalencies- This is a list of all the courses at Cork that are approved for USD credit.
See UCC Current Module (Course) Offerings- This is a handbook of the modules (courses) that Cork offers. If a course appeals to you that doesn't appear on the pre-approved list, contact Justin Berens to begin the evaluation process.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: UCC releases their course offerings in August for the full academic year, which means that students studying at UCC in the fall will not know for certain which courses are offered until shortly before the start of the semester. Course handbooks from the previous year can be used to determine which courses are LIKELY to be offered in a given semester.
Students are enrolled in courses with Irish students and can take courses in a variety of fields such as: archeology, art history, biology, business, history, Irish (Celtic language), literature, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology. Class sizes are large (~60-100 students per class), and the delivery style is typically large lectures.
Fall semester students have the option to participate in the Early Start Program, an introduction to Irish studies through a carefully guided approach to
There are two choices for accommodation at Cork: on-campus dorms or off-campus apartments, both of which are explained below.
NOTE: The vast majority of USD students prefer the off-campus apartments because they are closer to the city center.
UCC Campus Accommodation aims to provide "a home away from home" for its international students. It is more than just a place to eat and sleep - it provides a background for social, cultural and sporting outlets and the chance to develop friendships that will last a lifetime. The on-campus residential accommodation runs from mid-August to the beginning of June, and it is comprised of three purpose-built accommodation blocks: Castlewhite Apartments, Victoria Lodge and University Hall. All of the buildings are self-catered, meaning there is no meal plan. Most rooms are en-suite and all have 24 hour internet access. They are mostly single bedrooms, sharing living and kitchen facilities with 2-4 others. A small number of twin rooms are available. Campus Accommodation is fully furnished. Pillows and duvets are available for purchase, at cost price, from reception. The on-campus accommodation is a 10-15 minute walk from the campus center, and a 30-minute walk from the city center. To book on-campus housing you will need to contact the UCC campus accommodation office after your official acceptance to the program (instructions included in acceptance packet).
Housing fees for on-campus housing will be charged to your USD student account.
To see the breakdown of cost per dorm, please visit the Student Accommodation page on Cork's website.
Students who choose off-campus housing will live at Arcadia Hall Apartments, which is a short walk from the city center, and about a 10-minute bus ride from campus. This private apartment complex houses mostly international students, along with a small percentage of Irish students. Leases are available on a semester basis. All apartments have 3-4 single bedrooms. There is no meal plan associated with this apartment. To book a room at Arcadia, you will need to contact Sabrina Kaiser (email@example.com) after you have received your official acceptance packet from Cork.
Cost breakdown for Arcadia apartments:
Services Payment (covers water and internet): €100
Electricity: This will be a monthly charge of about 20 Euro per person
Rent: €1,440 for one semester
For a full list of UCC on- and off-campus accommodation, please open the document below.
NOTE: For off-campus apartments, the vast majority of USD students choose Arcadia, as the other options offer limited availability.
Housing fees for off-campus housing are paid independently, and will NOT be charged to your USD student account.
Tuition will be billed to the student's USD student accout and is due in full ten days before the start of the program. Housing is paid directly to UCC (for dorms) or the apartment manager abroad (for off-campus apartments). For a detailed description of program costs please see the Program Cost in the box at the top of this webpage.
Students who hold a US passport and will be studying at Cork for one semester DO NOT need to apply for a visa. Upon arrival at Cork, ALL STUDENTS will need to register with the Irish Immigration Office (La Garda), and purchase a 300 Euro (~$400) immigration card. The administration at UCC will guide students in this process upon arrival.
Students who hold a passport from a country other than the US should visit the following website to determine if a visa is required: Citizens Information- Visa Requirements for Ireland
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