News & Events
The theme of this year’s IEOS meeting was strengthening the linkages between Researchers, Technologists, Service-Providers and End-Users in order to enable more effective exploitation of Copernicus Earth observation (EO) data & information services across Ireland.
Day-1 (2nd Nov 2017) was dedicated to highlighting and presenting Earth Observation projects from Researchers, Government Agencies and Industry whilst Day-2 (3rd Nov 2017) was dedicated to EU’s Copernicus programme with special emphasis on Land, Marine, Emergency and Climate Change Services within an Irish context.Read more
Climatologist Dr. Kieran Hickey discusses the aftermath of storm Ophelia.Read more
A new exhibition by Dr Richard Scriven, Journeys of Belief and Belonging: Modern Irish Pilgrimage, was opened in the UCC Library by University College Cork president, Professor Patrick O’Shea.Read more
The Conference of Irish Geographers is the annual conference of the Geographical Society of Ireland and the Schools of Geography in Higher Education institutions around the island of Ireland. This year’s conference which took place from Thursday 4th of May to Saturday 6th of May 2017 was hosted by UCC. The conference was very successful with over 170 geographers in attendance.Read more
Congratulations to Gary Locke (MSc in Geoinformatics graduate) who came 2nd in the Ordnance Survey Ireland Research Initiative Masters Awards. Brian McArdle and Phil Dunphy from the OSI visited the department to present Gary with his prize.Read more
Richard Scriven was awarded The Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Grant.Read more
The Department of Geography will host the 49th Conference of Irish Geographers.Read more
Dr. Colin Sage meeting with President Michael D. Higgins at Áras an Úachtaráin on Wednesday 14th December.Read more
'Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability'Read more
Second and Third year students have returned from 6 very successful field trips in Ireland and Europe.Read more
Dr. Colin Sage is co-organising a conference in Rome.Read more
Colin Sage has been spending the month of October in Italy. First he travelled to Rome where he had been invited to provide a final summary and discussion at the conference on Global Sustainability and Local Foods.Read more
Will present a seminar at 4pm on Wednesday 2nd December in the Geography Library.Read more
Dr. Richard Scriven is a graduate of the Geography Department, UCC
MA Cities Space and Culture Seminar Series 2015-2016
Monday, 2 November at 13:05
Geography Library, Ground Floor, Geography Building, UCCRead more
The position is a joint award between the Marine Institute and the Geography Department, University College Cork (UCC) commencing on or near 1st October 2015.Read more
The Cork Food Policy Council (CFPC) was formed in 2013. It seeks a candidate with a desire to complete a PhD and to take on a part‐time role as Co-ordinator.......Read more
The MRes is a one-year, stand-alone graduate degree based on coursework and generic training, and a major research project, anchored in the relevant discipline in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences.Read more
Rear Admiral Mark Mellett launches the new MSc in Applied Coastal and Marine ManagementRead more
MA Geography: Cities, Space and Culture - Commencing September 2015
The new MA is now open for applications.Read more
For those interested in our new MA Geography (Cities, Space and Culture) we are holding an information session for prospective students this Thursday 26th March, 12.30pm, Geography Library. All welcome!Read more
Transition year students from Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig (with their teacher Síle Quinn, a graduate of UCC Geography Department) visited the Department 12 December 2014.Read more
The Geography Department were delighted to welcome a group of 5th years students from Colaiste na Toirbhirte Bandon and their teachers to the department this week.Read more
FIRST YEAR EUROPEAN STUDIES
ES1002 Introductory/First lecture
Tuesday 9th September at 2pm in WW5
SECOND YEAR EUROPEAN STUDIES
Lectures begin on Monday 8th September
Information Session on 2nd Year modules:
Monday 8th September at 2pm in ORB 123
FOURTH YEAR EUROPEAN STUDIES
Lectures begin on Monday 8th September
Information Session on 4th Year modules:
Monday 8th September at 11am in the Conference Room, Tyrconnel, (Top Floor, School of History Bldg).
Information Sessions for 2014-2015
2nd Year Tuesday, 9th September at 9.00am. in Geography Lecture Theatre (GGLT)
3rd Year Wednesday, 10th September at 10:30 a.m. in Geography Library
4th year Tuesday, 9th September at 2:00 p.m. in Geography Library
Students please note that course handouts will be distributed at these Informatin Sessions.
Information Session – Arts II 2014-2015
There will be an introductory lecture/information session for Arts II Geography students on Tuesday, 9th September at 11:00 a.m. in Geography Lecture Theatre (GGLT) – at GG2038 lecture time slot.
It is important that all students attend this meeting.
Introductory Lecture - Arts III 2014-2015
There will be an introductory lecture for all Arts III Geography students on Tuesday 9th September 2014 from 3-4pm in Brookfield BHSC-G10.
It is important that all students attend this lecture.
We will also be presenting the dissertation options for GG3006.Read more
The UCC Geography department have recently setup a LinkedIn group to keep in touch with past graduates.Read more
UCC Geography Department hosts 9th European GIS Education Symposium
What makes geography and psychology grads the most employable?Read more
27 MarRead more