Apply for an English course

Application Process

Prior to application

Prior to applying for one of our English Language courses, we would recommend that you read the Application Process notes and our Terms and conditions. 

Please check UCC Data Protection policy.

Application Process
  1. Please download the relevant form for your course and complete the application form and send an e-mail to: info@langcent.ucc.ie
  2. When we receive your application form, we will acknowledge it by email.
  3. We will then check your application's suitability for your chosen course and the availability of a place.
  4. A deposit (non-refundable ) of €250 must be paid when an offer of a place is made.
  5. Full fees must be paid in advance of course start date if your application is approved.
  6. If previous UCC student, you must quote your student ID number. It will be used again in the new course

 

How to Pay

Students must enrol and pay in full before attending classes. Fees can be paid by TransferMate pay portal, credit card or bank transfer.

  • For TransferMate pay portal(also known as PaytoStudy), please click here.
  • For Credit Card Payment, please contact us to arrange payment by Credit Card.

  • For International Bank Transfer, (All bank charges to be paid by student)  

Bank Name: Bank of Ireland, 32 South Mall, Cork, Ireland 
Account Name: UCC Language Centre
Account Number: 87099989
Sort Code: 90-27-68
IBAN Number: IE58 BOFI 9027 6887 0999 89
Bank Identifier Code: BOFIIE2D

When filling the bank transfer form, please write in the "COURSE INITIALS" followed by your name in the reference section of the form to help us locate the transfer more easily on our statements. if fees are paid by bank transfer, please email details and proof of payment to info@langcent.ucc.ie to ensure your place on the course is reserved.  

  • We do not accept personal cheques or cash as payment.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • Students must register and pay in full before attending classes, as places are allocated on a first-come, first served basis.
  • Courses will run only if minimum numbers are met to form a group.
  • If minimum numbers are not met to form a group we reserve the right to transfer students to another course or combination of courses, which would be compatible with their English level on entry.  If no courses are available to match a student's level on entry then a full refund will be given.
  • A full refund will be given in the unlikely event of a class not forming.
  • Please read full details of Refund and Cancellation Policy and Attendance Policy

Data Protection Policy

At University College Cork, we treat your privacy seriously. Any personal data (i.e. information that can be used to identify you as an individual) which you provide to the University will be treated with the highest standards of security and confidentiality, in accordance with Irish and European Data Protection legislation and the University’s Data Protection Policy. This notice explains how the University collects, uses and shares personal data relating to prospective, current and former students of University College Cork (“you”).  It also explains your rights under data protection law in relation to our processing of your data. 

Student Data Protection Notice

Language Centre

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G 36, O'Rahilly Building,University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

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