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Subject factsheets may provide you with an outline of the types of skills to be gained from studying a particular subject or combination of subjects at University College Cork, what you can offer an employer, trends that show you where other graduates of your course have found work wihthin the first 6 months of graduating and/or, further study options and other useful information.

NB: Subject Factsheet 2017/18 is an ongoing project based on results taken from the First Destination Survey Report in the 2017/18 academic year as the primary source for the statistical data contained in each sheet.  This page was last updated on 03 December 2018

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Applied Psychology  Accounting BE Process & Chemical Engineering‌  Speech and Language Therapy 
Chinese Studies  BCL International in 2017   Mathematics in 2017  Nursing in 2017  
Early Years and Childhood Studies  BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems 2017   BSc Architecture 2017 Occupational Therapy 
English  Commerce (BComm Hons) 2017   BSc (Hons) Biochemistry Pharmacy 
Geography  Commerce International   BSc Biomedical Sciences 2017  
History of Art  Finance in 2017   Chemistry  
History  BSc (Hons) Government   BE (Hons) Civil, Structural & Enviornmental Engineering  
 Music  Law in 2017/18   Computer Science in 2017  
Philosophy    Earth Science  
Politics     Ecology & Enviornmental Biology  
Social Science Youth and Community Work    Electrical and Electronic Engineering  
Social Science    BE (Hons) Energy Engineering  
Social Work       
Sociology     BSc (Hons) Food Marketing & Entrepreneurship 2017  
Sports Studies & Physical Education     Food Science in 2017  
Theatre & Performative Practices     Genetics in 2017  
     Geology  
    International Development & Food Policy Studies   
    Microbiology   
    Neuroscience  
    Nutritional Science  
    Physics  
    Physiology in 2017  
     Zoology.  
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