University College Cork

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University College Cork
Coláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh
MottoWhere Finbarr Taught Let Munster Learn
Established1845
PresidentDr. Michael B. Murphy
RegistrarProf. Paul Giller
Academic staff
809 (2007)[1]
Undergraduates12,578 (2009-2010)[2]
Postgraduates3,663 (2009-2010)[2]
AddressWestern Road
Cork
, Cork, Ireland
AffiliationsAUA
EUA
NUI IUA UI
Utrecht Network
Websitehttp://www.ucc.ie
The "Long Hall" and the clock tower of the UCC quadrangle

University College Cork, or UCC for short, is one of the most famous universities in Ireland, alongside Trinity College Dublin. UCC offers many different courses and degrees such as medicine, law and languages. The University is very close to the centre of Cork City. It attracts many international students who enjoy the scenic surroundings and pleasant student experience.

References[change | change source]

  1. UCC Publication - Facts and Figures (2007)[dead link]
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Facts and Figures about UCC (2010)". UCC.ie. Retrieved 2012-06-27.