University College Cork News

University College Cork (UCC), founded in 1845, is one of Ireland’s premier higher education institutions, located in Cork, the country’s second-largest city. As part of the National University of Ireland, UCC boasts a rich tradition of teaching, research, and scholarship and is renowned for its high academic standards and influential research. The university offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across various disciplines, including arts, science, commerce, medicine, engineering, and law. UCC has received global recognition for its research in fields such as food and dairy science, clinical therapies, and sustainability. The campus blends historic architecture with state-of-the-art facilities, providing a vibrant, supportive, and welcoming environment for over 21,000 students. UCC is also noted for its commitment to sustainability, being the first university in the world to receive the Green Flag for Environmental Friendliness.