The UCC Campus
Established in 1845, UCC’s beautiful campus is set in mature parklands, just ten minutes walk from the heart of Cork city. UCC’s campus base, combined with its proximity to the city, makes it an accessible, compact and friendly place to study and work.
The campus integrates a unique mix of cultural and heritage attractions, with its historical buildings and modern state-of-the-art facilities coexisting in perfect harmony. The beautiful grounds, which include the historic main quadrangle, landscaped gardens and riverside walks, provide an oasis of calm in the middle of a bustling city and an inspiring environment for students, staff, and visitors alike.
To learn more about the UCC campus, visit http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/
University College Cork is committed, at all levels of the University, to ensuring a green and sustainable campus enviornment. The University recognises that its activities impact upon the environment. Staff and students are now working together on projects to develop a green footprint, all the while ensuring that members of the University community are aware of the impact we ourselves, as individuals, have on our environment.