For second-level students and their parents the process of choosing what to study at university can be daunting. At UCC’s College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences we offer information, advice and support to Leaving Certificate students, their families, Guidance Counsellors and teachers through our student recruitment team.
We are dedicated to assisting prospective students make informed choices about their future. Our team are available to meet and speak with senior cycle students to discuss and advise on opportunities available in UCC’s College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences.
- Booking a School Visit
- View our Degree programmes
- Employability Guides for Students
- Graduate Attributes
Booking a School Visit
School talks include a brief overview of UCC; the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences; our extensive range of 30 subjects and 20 degree programmes; and an in-dept overview of the Bachelor of Arts programme. Presentations can be tailored to your needs: if there is a specific programme you want included this can be facilitated.
If you would like us to visit your school to advise students on our courses and give an insight into student life at UCC please contact us with some preferred dates and times.
Tel: +353 21 4903269
- CK101 Arts
- CK102 Social Science
- CK104 Arts-Music
- CK105 Film and Screen Media
- CK107 Geographical and Archaelogical Sciences
- CK108 Arts International
- CK109 English
- CK110 World Languages
- CK111 Early Years and Childhood Studies
- CK112 Drama and Theatre Studies
- CK113 Criminology
- CK114 Youth & Community Work
- CK115 Social Work
- CK125 Sports Studies & Physical Education
- CK117 Economics (Through Transformational Learning)
- CK118 Digital Humanities & Information Technology
- CK120 Applied Psychology
- CK121 Psychology and Computing
- CK122 Government
- CK123 BA Anthropology
- CK124 BEd Gaeilge
Employability Guides for Students
UCC’s College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences has created subject-specific employability guides for undergraduate students for 30 academic subjects in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS). This includes subjects offered as part of the BA Arts (CK101) degree, and those contributing to denominated degree courses in the college. Employability is connected to all aspects of your student experience and these employability guides can now be accessed via the UCC Careers Service web- https://www.ucc.ie/en/careers/areyouacurrentstudent/advice/options/cacsss/
UCC Arts and Social Sciences graduates are recognised as well-rounded, curious, self-aware, individuals who continually learn new skills, are open to new ideas, and make things happen. To learn more please download the UCC Graduate Attributes Arts and Humanities ezine. This special edition has a focus on the development of graduate attributes and values in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences.
To read more about some recent Arts graduates who embody these attributes and values in the workplace please see our Made in UCC webpage.
To learn more about how UCC is developing exciting initiatives to support and develop students values and attributes as they transition in, through and out of university please see the Graduate Attributes website.