The Irish Research Council awards were officially announced this morning by Minister Simon Harris:
To comply with government guidelines and to ensure the safety of both our students and staff, all College of Business and Law degree Programme Teaching for the second semester will be provided online. This means students will engage in online learning (live online events and pre-made online content).
In line with a Government direction on Friday 25 Sep 2020, UCC, along with all universities in the country, introduced enhanced public health protection measures from Monday, 28 September 2020. Further to this the announced Level 3 measures on Wednesday 2nd December are consistent with our current activities. As matters stand today, the measures which currently apply to UCC activities during this Level 3 period are published on the UCC Covid-19 web pages.
In accordance with the Government’s directions, lectures shall be delivered online to the maximum extent possible during this period of enhanced protective measures. For this College and for its Schools: the School of Law and Cork University Business School (CUBS) for this period lectures will be delivered online in as far as possible.
Programme Directors and Module Co-ordinators shall communicate lecture/tutorial arrangements for Semester 2 to students via Canvas and/or email. Students should check their student email and Canvas for alerts about lectures/tutorials.
Current onsite research activities will continue as outlined in the guidance on the UCC Covid-19 web pages.
The UCC libraries remain open as they have done throughout in recent months in providing this important resource for our students, staff and researchers.
Details of Campus Services & Amenities such as restaurants and cafés are contained in the table on the UCC Covid-19 web pages
Lectures and other online and on-campus learning activities commenced for most programmes on Monday, 28th September and will continue to do so into Semester 2. Please note that all timetables are subject to change in line with government and NPHET guidelines in the context of Covid-19. 2020/21.
Cork University Business School https://www.cubsucc.com/for-current-students/
School of Law https://www.ucc.ie/en/law/ (Check under “Current Students” Section)
The College Office is currently closed due to Covid 19 – Please call 021 4025100 during normal working hours. Contact by e-mail is also welcome.
If you have a query related to a programme/subject area please contact your School or the relevant academic department within the School.
If you wish to speak to a College staff member regarding a student support issue please contact Ms Anne Wallace, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile Number: 086 4122414.
The College of Business and Law Researchers Awards 2020 was held virtually this year on October 15 2020. The opening addresses were provided by the Head of College, Professor Ursula Kilkelly, Vice President for Research and Innovation, Professor Anita Maguire, and Chair of the College Research Committee Professor Matthias Beck.
Congratulations to the four College of Business & Law staff who recently received awards from the Irish Research Council New Foundations scheme.Read more
The Entrepreneurship summer school will be conducted through English and is open to Bachelor students with a passion with a passion for Business and Law.
To register follow the link:
or scan the QR code on the poster.
Unfortunately due to the Covid19 crisis and the closure of University College Cork this event has been cancelled.
Week-long (non-residential) Business Expo for Transition Year students 23-27 March 2020
The UCC Food Finance Summit will be held in May 2020.Read more
IMI have climbed 8 places in the Financial Times European Business School Rankings, as a result of a strong performance in their Open and Custom programmes.
The full publication - Promoting child-friendly approaches in the area of migration - Standards, guidance and current practices - is free to download here: https://edoc.coe.int/en/refugees/8047-promoting-child-friendly-approaches-in-the-area-of-migration-standards-guidance-and-current-practices.htmlRead more
Thanks to all our international students who came out to celebrate the end of semester here at the College of Business and Law on Monday December 2nd 2019.
The College of Business and Law and the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences held a joint Presentation of Parchment Ceremony on Wednesday, 20 November 2019.
Dr. Ruth Ramsay, Dean of Graduate Studies at UCC, was the guest speaker and she gave an inspiring Presentation Address.
The College of Business and Law held its inaugural Research Award Ceremony on Monday, 23 September 2019 in the Council Room. The researcher awards ceremony recognises research excellence amongst the College's academic researchers and acknowledges the contributions of the specific award winners along with the work of the many academics who are contributing to the College's research profile.Read more