FAQ's for Indian students

FAQ's for Indian students

There are a number of Educational in Ireland, India Fairs run in New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Pune.  You can meet representatives from University College Cork and our Indian agents who can help you with your application.

 

International Offices - India

Contact

Email

Telephone

Minakshi Batra, Delhi

batra.minakshi@ucc.ie

+91 9820 160408

 

Agents based in India

Country

Partner

Telephone

Email

Website

India

Asia World Education (AWE)

9891884822

awecontact@gmail.com

www.planmystudy.com

India

Edwise International

91 022 4081 3333

ho@edwiseinternational.com

www.edwiseinternational.com

India

Fateh Education

91-11-45050811

delhi@fateheducation.com

www.fateheducation.com

India

GA Solutions (Gateway Abroad)

91-33-30083900

v.agarwal@gatewayabroad.com

www.gatewayabroad.com

India

Global Edge

91-11-48475000

office@globaledge.net.in

www.globaledge.net.in

India

Global Opportunities

91-11-47141414

info@global-opportunities.net

www.global-opportunities.net

India

Hepta Contino

91-9810346226

info@heptacontino.com

www.heptacontino.com

India

International Learning Warehouse

91 22 26185575

mumbai@ilwindia.com

www.ilwindia.com

India

Istudy Abroad India PVT Ltd.

91 80 6547 2439

gagan.saini@istudyabroad.com

www.istudyabroad.co.in

India

Krishna Consultants

91-712-2222061

info@studies-overseas.com

www.studies-overseas.com

India

NewStrides

91-11-41633199

info@newstrides.com

www.newstrides.com

India

NZSW

91-9567344335

nzstudyandwork@gmail.com

www.newzealandstudywork.com

India

Oberoi’s Education Link

91 11 45304530

apply@educationlinkhouse.com

www.educationlinkhouse.com

India

RecruitNet

353-879-132-248

sen@recruitnet.in

www.recruitnet.in

India

Santa Monica

91-964-5222999

nicy@santamonicaedu.in

www.santamonicaedu.in

India

Study International UK (SIUK)

91-11-4202-8200

delhi@studyin-uk.com

www.studyin-uk.com

India

Study Overseas Global

91-88262 52424

Delhi@studyoverseasglobal.com

www.studyoverseasglobal.com

India

Sun Global Services

91 44 23760424

info@sunglobalservices.com

www.sunglobalservices.com

India

The Chopras

91-11- 26414164

delhi@thechopras.com

www.thechopras.com

India

VDIEC Global Connect

91-755-4236394

info@vdiec.edu.in

www.vdiec.edu.in

 

International Office UCC contact details

International Office, Roseleigh, Western Road, Cork T12 R229
Ireland

Email: internationaloffice@ucc.ie
Phone: +353-21-4904745
Website Address

  • Cork, Ireland's second largest city, is buzzing with energy, friendly with a cosmolitan flair that feeds great minds.
  • Ireland is the 9th most popular destination for US study abroad students and has been within the top 10 for several decades.
  • Ireland is the second largest exporter of computer and IT services in the world. With a highly creative and talented workforce, an open economy and a competitive corporate tax environment, Ireland has successfully attracted 8 of the top 10 global information technology companies to establish a significant presence here. 

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Useful information about life in Cork, from flights, public transport, shopping, safety, entertainment can be found by clicking the International Office Website

Welcome to UCC

Established in 1845, University College Cork has a beautiful, intimate and vibrant campus. UCC is a place of history, as well as amazing facilities. It stands right in the heart of the compact city of Cork, with its 1,500-year cultural heritage and 21st century lifestyle.  Both are safe, secure and have real edge, and provide the perfect environment to succeed and excel.

 

Some convincing reasons why you should consider Computer Science at UCC

University College Cork is named The Sunday Times University of the Year 2016 and 2017: www.ucc.ie/en/

  • An extensive range of highly ranked undergraduate and postgraduate courses

  • A highly respected university in the top 2% of universities in the world

  • Computer Science is based in the purpose built Western Gateway Building fitted out with modern laboratories with the latest hardware and software

  • A well rounded student experience with first class facilities and services

  • Excellent student services and peer to peer support throughout your time at UCC to ensure your success

  • Highly respected faculty and research staff, who contribute both nationally and internationally in their chosen research fields as well as representatives on national and international committees and boards

  • A truly international student and alumni community that you will be part of for life, with over 130,000 UCC alumni worldwide

  • Career guidance and support with an exceptionally high number of graduates securing employment within three months of graduation

  • A vibrant student experience, with over 100 sporting clubs and societies to choose from

  • A beautiful campus that is recognised by Tripadvisor’s site, Flipkey, as one of the top-40 ‘must-see’ universities in the world

  • Our performance across various global rankings and accreditations is testament to the quality of our degrees and calibre or our teaching, research and student experience

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Postgraduate Programmes at University College Cork

We offer the following internationally recognized 12-month MSc programmes, each of which consists of two semesters of taught graduate level courses followed by a major individual project/dissertation.  You can find information on each course including entry requirements, modules, hours of study, assessment etc.

In addition, students can select the Higher Diploma in Applied Computing Technology as a route into industry or as a stepping stone to apply for one of our MSc programmes.

 

 Semester Dates for 2016-17 including Christmas and Easter Recess can be accesses at: UCC Semester Dates 2016-17

What are the entry requirements?

UCC Bachelor grade required - 2H2, which is equivalent to:

  • a grade of 60-65% (where an Indian university first division is awarded at 60%) or a GPA of 2.7 /4.0 or 7.0 / 10.0.
  • a grade of 65-69% (where an Indian university first division is awarded at 65%) or a GPA of 2.7 /4.0 or 7.0 / 10.0.

How do I apply for taught postgraduate programmes?

Apply via Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC)

Do I need a visa to register as a student in Ireland?

Visa application

Indian students require a visa to come to Ireland.  Visas can take up to 8 weeks to be approved if applying by post.  The lead time is shorter if you live near an Embassy or Consul.   Link to Embassy of Ireland - India.  Ireland has also Honorary Consuls in Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Colombo.

Further information can be found on the UCC International page: Before you arrive, Visa and Immigration 

How will I know if I have received a place?

Once you have submitted all the relevant documentation, your file will be forwarded to the Department of Computer Science for review; a decision is usually made within two to three weeks. 

What are the fees and scholarships for Non-EU students (2016-17)?

Tuition Fee (2017-18): €18,000

Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded to all students based on undergraduate grade awarded as follows:

  • €1,000 based on a UCC 2H2 or Indian equivalent.
  • 10% based on a UCC 2H1 or Indian equivalent.
  • 20% based on a UCC 1H or Indian equivalent.

Additional scholarships: Quercus Scholarships 2017-2018

This is the first time UCC will offer a consolidated postgraduate scholarship initiative across all four Colleges and the scholarships will build on the successful Quercus brand by offering academic scholarships for taught Masters’ programmes to exceptional EU and Non-EU applicants. Each scholarship will comprise a 50% reduction in fees. Further information on the scholarships is available at Quercus Application Form

Closing date for applications

Generally June 1st each year. 

Do I have to pay a deposit to secure my place?

  1. Accept you place on PAC.
  2. You will then receive an offer letter on PAC with your offer.
  3. A deposit of €2,000 is required to secure your place; you must pay it within 21 days of receiving your offer.

 

 

Once you have graduated, you are entitled to work in Ireland for one year 

As of 10th April 2007, legally resident non-EEA third level graduates have been allowed to remain in Ireland for the purpose of seeking employment and applying for a green card or work permit. This scheme allows students with a minimum of a Bachelor and Master degree the opportunity to work in Ireland for a year after graduation.  Information on working in Ireland

Guide to salaries in Ireland

Career Service at UCC

The Career Service at UCC offers great support for students seeking employment. You can book an appointment for a free consultation; receive regular email alerts on job opportunities; meet companies at industry specific roadshows etc.  For more information on the UCC Career Service, click here.

Alex tells us about his experience as an international student (from India) living in Cork and studying at UCC.

 

 

Ankita shares her memories of UCC and tells us about her work at Intel Securities in Cork.

John and David initially studied the Higher Diploma in Applied Computing Technology which provided each of them an entry route to the MSc Computing Science.

The MSc in Interactive Media provided Laura with the skills to re-direct her career to gain entry into the IT industry.

You can also read some of our graduates' fascinating stories on our Computer Science Blog Posts

The UCC International Students Blog Posts will give you further insight into life at UCC, Cork, Ireland.

The technology sector in Ireland directly employs over 105,000 people, with 75% employed in multinational companies and the remainder in the indigenous digital technology sector.

Ireland is home to:

    • 10 of the top 10 global technology companies
    • 9 of the 10 global software companies
    • 5 of the 5 top security software companies
    • 3 of the top 3 enterprise software companies
    • 3 of the top 5 games companies
    • 4 of the top 5 IT services companies
    • The top 10 ‘born on the internet’ companies (Source: ictireland.ie)

The report indicated that skills shortages include ICT software developers, cloud, databases/big data, testing, security, technical support, networking and infrastructure.

Looking forward, we need to continue efforts across all relevant policy areas to ensure shortages outlined in the report (National Skills Bulletin, 2015), which have been intensifying in some areas, such as ICT, and emerging in other areas such as hospitality, are addressed adequately.” Una Halligan, Chair of the Expert on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN), July 2015.

"Ireland has made a good job of building a proto-Silicon Valley. By attracting global high-tech names to the country, it provides a high-tech hinterland in which smaller companies can grow...a whole ecosystem of support." Ben Rooney, The Wall Street Journal Europe.

 Department of Computer Science, University College Cork

Email: secretary@cs.ucc.ie 

Tel: +353-21-420-5892

Website: www.cs.ucc.ie

Facebook: www.facebook.com/UCCCS  

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UCCCS  

 

The International Office, UCC contact details

Email: internationaloffice@ucc.ie

Tel: +353-21-4904734

Website: www.ucc.ie/en/international/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UCCInt/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UCCInt

 

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