Fees Office

Our mission is to provide an efficient, effective and professional financial service to all students, staff and stakeholders, with regard to the administration of student fees at University College Cork (UCC) 

The Fees Office is located on the first floor of the North Wing of the Main Quadrangle in  UCC.
Opening Hours:  Monday 10.00am-1.00pm,  2.00pm-5.00pm. Tuesday- Friday 9.00am -1.00pm,   2.00pm-5.00pm     
Find us on Facebook; Email us: fees@fin.ucc.ie; Tel: 021-4903929/2365

Friday 31 January is the deadline for payment of the second half of fees for 2014-2015. Students should familiarise themeselves with the implications of non-payment of fees, as outlined in the UCC Fee Debtor Policy.
Student Debtor Policy 2014-2015 (341kB)

Undergraduate Fee Schedule 2014-2015 (209kB)
Postgraduate Fee Schedule 2014-2015 (175kB)
Non-EU Fee Schedule 2014-2015 (402kB)
Repeat Fee Calculator 14/15 (262kB)

Friday 31 January is the deadline for payment of the second half of fees for 2014-2015. Students should familiarise themeselves with the implications of non-payment of fees, as outlined in the UCC Fee Debtor Policy.

Student Debtor Policy 2014-2015 (341kB)

University College Cork has introduced a Student Debtor Policy. Students must pay their fees by the notified dates. A late fee penalty applies in all cases where fees payable by the student are paid after the notified payment date. It is the responsibility of students to familiarise themselves with the the University's regulations, which cover student fees, payment dates and registration procedures. Liability for fees rests with the student for the duration of their course. Students with out-standing fees will not receive details of examinations or examination results, and will not be permitted to progress to the next year of their studies.

To view the policy in full please click here
Student Debtor Policy 2014-2015 (341kB)

Any student who is scheduled to be conferred at the February graduation ceremonies should note that unless all outstanding fee balances are paid before Thursday 12th February, they will not be permitted to graduate with their class at the February event.

The University accepts no obligation to refund any fee or part of any fee paid in respect of any course or service provided by the University. The University is authorised, however, to issue partial refunds to all students who withdraw in the current academic year as stated on the Fee Refund Policy.

Students remain liable for fees up to the date that they officially withdraw from the University. Before students make a final decision about withdrawing, they should contact Nóirín Deady, First Year Experience Coordinator - n.deady@ucc .  Nóirín will discuss all your options with you.
Fee Refund Policy 2014-2015 (116kB)

Please find all information relating to the Postgraduate Bursary Scheme for Taught Programmes, in the two documents below:
FAQs for Postgraduate Taught Bursary 2014-2015 (90kB) 

Postgraduate Bursaries for Taught Programmes 2014-2015 (69kB)

The University provides a Fee Concession Scheme for staff, the amount of which will vary depending on the full-time or part-time nature of the staff contract. The Scheme is limited to the fees payable in respect of two programmes of study, one at undergraduate & one at postgraduate level. 

For the list of appropriate forms, and FAQs please click on the following link, which will direct you to the HR website.

http://www.ucc.ie/en/hr/benefits/concession/

 

Please complete one form per student, per year
F1 Postgraduate Support Fee Form 2014-2015 (1,540kB)

  • If F1 form is not completed in full, it will be returned to the department.
  • Please ensure you include a department name and contact number, should there be any queries in relation to the form.
  • Please note that the student in receipt of Research Funding must now also sign the F1 form.  The F1 form will be returned to the department if the student’s signature is not on the form.
  •  Please return completed form to Deirdre Daly, Fees Office, UCC (4902954)
  • Should you have any queries, please e-mail deirdre.daly@ucc.ie
STUDENT TYPE WHAT IS DUE? HOW MUCH? DEAD-LINE FOR PAYMENT
First Year Undergraduates entitled to Free Fees, and  who have applied to SUSI   Capitation Fee & Evidence of proof of application to SUSI with Application Number €165.00

The Capitation Fee of €165.00 must be paid

as part of the on-line Registration Process in September.

If Grant Application is refused by SUSI,

the first instalment of €1,375.00 is payable immediately.

Second instalment of €1,375.00 is due by 31st January, 2015.

First Year Undergraduates entitled to Free Fees, but ineligible for a Grant Student Contribution Fee & Capitation Fee 

€1,540.00* (50% of Student Contribution

& €165.00 Capitation).

€1,375.00

This must be paid as part of the

on-line Registration Process in September.

31st January, 2015

First Year Undergrads with Previous Attendance

Course Fee, Student Contribution Fee & Capitation Fee.

Please refer to the Repeat Fees

Section of the website tocalculate your Fee.

 

http://www.ucc.ie/en/media/support/
financeoffice/fees/
ReadyReckoner2014_2015students.pdf

50% of total Fee is due once the Registration

Process is completed in September.

 

Full balance is due by 31st January, 2015

First Year Repeat Students 50% of Total Repeat Fees

Please refer to the Repeat Fees Section of the website to calculate the total Fee payable.

 

http://www.ucc.ie/en/media/support/

financeoffice/fees/

ReadyReckoner2014_2015students.pdf

50% of total Fee is due once the Registration Process is completed in September.

Full balance of the Repeat Fee is due

by 31st January, 2015.

On-Going Students not in receipt of a Grant Student Contribution Fee & Capitation Fee

€1,540.00

€1,375.00

September, 2014.

31st January, 2015.

On-Going Students in receipt of a grant Capitation Fee. €165 This must be paid as part of the on-line Registration Process in September & may not be paid in instalments.
Postgraduate Students who have applied to SUSI 50% of Tuition Fees

Please refer to the Postgraduate

Fees Schedule below for

the appropriate Fee.

 

http://www.ucc.ie/en/media/

support/financeoffice/

fees/PGFees1415_V12a.pdf

Postgraduate Students are advised to pay 50% of their total Fees at Registration while awaiting the outcome of their SUSI Application.  No ID Card will be issued otherwise.

If you are subsequently awarded an F4 rate by SUSI, this means that they will make a €2,000.00 Contribution towards your Fees. 50% of your balance is then payable in order for you to receive your ID Card. If you have not already made a payment, the balance is due by 31st January, 2015.

If you are awarded an F5 rate, this means that SUSI will cover your Tuition Fees to a maximum of €6,270.00.  Students will be refunded where applicable, only when SUSI have paid UCC.

If your Tuition Fees exceed the limit payable by SUSI, the balance is payable in full by 31st January, 2015.

Postgraduate Students who are not eligible for SUSI Funding  Course Fee

Please refer to the Postgraduate

Fees Schedule below for

the appropriate Fee.

http://www.ucc.ie/en/media/

support/financeoffice/fees/

PGFees1415_V12a.pdf

 

 50% of the Fees are payable at Registration*.

 The full balance is due by 31st January, 2015.

Postgraduate Students in receipt of Departmental Funding  Course Fee

Students should ensure that they

have forwarded their signed

F1 funding form to the Fees office.

This form is required on a yearly basis

F1 Postgraduate Support Fee Form 2014-2015 (1,540kB)

 

 If this is not possible, then a scheduled payment plan must be made, by contacting the Fees Office directly.

 Students will not be permitted to collect their grant cheques, without the capitation of €165 being paid in full.

How Do I make my payment?

Payments can be made on-line through the Student Portal: https://portal.ucc.ie/portal/page/portal/ucc/guest

If this option is not possible, then you may call to the Fees Office to request a bank giro form. Payment of fees can not be made in the Fees Office. The giro must be taken to a bank, and the fees paid using a cheque or cash. The giro receipt is your official proof of payment, for tax purposes, and if this is mislaid, then a fee of €25 is charged to re-issue the receipt.

Consequences of Non-Payment of Fees

In compliance with the University's Debtor Policy, if you have not made a payment by close of business on Friday the 22nd of November 2013, your access to Blackboard will be removed immediately. For students who continue to avoid payment, your student ID card will be disabled and students will be denied access to the library. Cards will be enabled and access to Blackboard will be restored only once the Fees Office have received payment or agreed a repayment plan with the students involved. Please note it may take up to 36 hours to restore access to Blackboard.

Students who are in genuine financial difficulty should contact the Fees Office immediately, to agree an alternative repayment schedule.

 

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