Leaving Certificate Students 2013
As Head of College it is my very great pleasure to welcome you to our webpages, where I hope you will find lots of useful and stimulating information about the diverse and broad College that is the College of Arts Celtic Studies & Social Sciences. We are most anxious that these pages provide you with the information you need as a prospective studentOur intake of students in the College is a diverse one, making it an exciting and stimulating environment in which to study and work. It provides opportunities for engagement with committed and research active faculty, in the creative world that is Cork, replete with opportunities for appreciation of the work of those practising art in the community, as well as hosting within the University important archives such as the Frank O’Connor archive which renders the University and the College a destination of choice for scholars worldwide.
Graduates from the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences make significant contributions to our society, culture and economy. The cultural and intellectual enrichment derived from the process of your learning will extend out to your contributions, significant and subtle, to your future work environment, community, and culture. Your creativity, clarity of thought and communication will be widely appreciated by employers and colleagues into the future.
Professor Caroline Fennell
Head of College, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
University College Cork