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Fáilte Fest - Open Door Welcome

If you've accepted a CAO offer, please check your promotions/spam inbox folder for your registration email. With Open Door Welcomes and Orientation, incoming first years will be arriving from Monday 25 August..

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Redefining Adoption in a New Era

UCC's Faculty of Law and School of Applied Social Studies are hosting a two day international conference entitled '‘Redefining adoption in a new era: Opportunities and challenges for law and practice’, from 4-5 September 2014

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Planning Your Summer?

Remember - with the introduction of semesterisation, the start of term for most courses is 8 September 2014..

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News

  • Don't just survive university - thrive!

    Nervous about starting or returning to university life? UCC Peer Assisted Student Support Programme co-ordinator Rebecca Murphy offers some practical and proven advice. 

  • Fluffy dinosaur excites international media interest

    Remember our fluffy dinosaur?  According to Altmetric.com the dinosaur research is in the top 1% of academic articles attracting attention from the online and offline media.

  • Conference to redefine adoption

    A two-day international conference to be held in UCC this September entitled ‘Redefining adoption in a new era: Opportunities and challenges for law and practice’ features Philomena Lee among its speakers.

  • $30,000 for student biology startup

    A synthetic biology start-up formed by UCC students has been awarded $30,000 in venture capital funding. The start-up, named Benthic Labs, includes students of genetics, biochemistry, and biomedical science, among others.

  • Your Leaving Cert queries answered

    UCC and the Irish Examiner are teaming up to host two live Leaving Certificate results clinics online on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th August, 3-4pm each day.

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