UCC launches Arts and Culture Plan

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Early Start Students Meet Acclaimed Writer Doireann Ní Ghríofa

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MA Gaelic Literature (Online) - Bestselling author praises UCC online Masters

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UCC in the World University Rankings

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15 Mar 2023

The Lord Puttnam Scholars 2023

Six UCC students have been awarded the prestigious title of Puttnam Scholar. The Puttnam Scholarship programme offers UCC students from any discipline the opportunity to work with and learn from digital education pioneer Lord David Puttnam, Oscar-winning producer of films including Chariots of Fire, The Mission, The Killing Fields, and Midnight Express. This year’s scholars are final-year and postgraduate students in the fields of Nursing, Law, English and Film & Screen Media.
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Doug Murray (on the right) with his wife Betch, and Prof. Chris Williams, Head of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, and UCC President Prof. John O'Halloran
07 Mar 2023

The UCC graduate in the running for an Oscar

The Banshees of Inisherin and An Cailín Ciúin are not the only hopes for Ireland at Sunday night’s Oscars, with a graduate from University College Cork also in the mix for a prestigious Academy Award.
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Celebrating a Decade of Creative Writing
01 Mar 2023

Celebrating a Decade of Creative Writing

The UCC Creative Writing 10-year anniversary was celebrated this month with an evening of readings in the Aula Maxima by some of the newly published graduates from the MA and PhD programmes.To mark the anniversary a new scholarship, The Miriam Cotter MA Scholarship in Creative Writing will be awarded to a writer of exceptional promise who comes from a traditionally underrepresented area of society.
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Dr Aoife Daly and Dr Dr Chiara Bonfiglioli who have been awarded a combined total of almost €4m in European Research Council Consolidator Grant funding for their projects on child and youth climate activism and women’s participation in the Non-Aligned Movement during the Cold War respectively. Photo credit: Tanya Colclough
03 Feb 2023

UCC activism research secures €4m European funding

Two UCC projects awarded a combined €4m in funding from European Research Council Dr Chiara Bonfiglioli to study transnational women’s activism during the Cold War era Dr Aoife Daly to examine growing force of children and youth climate activism
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A Warm Welcome to our International Students

I'm very pleased to welcome our international students to this Web site where you will find information about the college and the various programs of study that we offer. Those programs are wide ranging at both undergraduate and postgraduate level reflecting the breadth of our subject offerings in the humanities and social sciences spread across over 30 subject departments in 10 academic schools. Read More

Dr Martin Howard, Associate Dean (Global) 

College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences

Coláiste na nEalaíon, an Léinn Cheiltigh agus na nEolaíochtaí Sóisialta