Cork City (http://www.corkcity.ie/traveltourism/further info)
Cork is the second largest city in Ireland, having a population of approximately 120,000 and is located in the province of Munster in the south of Ireland
UCC was established in 1845 as one of three Queen’s Colleges at Cork, Galway and Belfast. The site chosen for the college is particularly appropriate given its connection with the patron saint of Cork, St Finbarr. It is believed his monastery and school stood on the bank of the river Lee, which runs through the lower grounds of the university. The University’s motto is ‘Where Finbarr taught, let Munster learn.’
University College, Cork is now one of four constituent universities of the federal National University of Ireland. The Universities Act 1997, came into operation in June 1997 and provides for the transfer of powers and functions from the National University of Ireland to its constituent universities (e.g. staff appointments, programme approval and the conduct of examinations), for internal reorganisation of universities (e.g. governing authorities) and for some changes in relationships between universities and the state (e.g. role of the Higher Education Authority).
Travel Details General Info UCC Transport Maps and parking https://www.ucc.ie/en/discover/visit/getting-here/
Cork has an International Airport which is located 6 kilometres from the University further info
Bus/Train Bus shuttles or trains need to be checked locally or on the following websites: Bus Eireann Irish Rail
Further information on travel can be found at Getting to UCC