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- Students: Supporting your transitions to develop attributes and values
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Graduate Attributes Launch the first animated character introduction
Meet Roisin, Raj, Ciara and Joe from UCC, who tell us what attributes and values they are developing throughout their journey in UCC. Each student tells us more about each attribute and value and how these are enabling them to develop life wide and life long skills. Watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zy_2hXxSLBc
- Roisin - Sarah Stafford
- Raj - Shivam Kislay
- Ciara - Jane Haynes
- Joe - David Quinn
Thank you to the staff in Marketing and Communications, the Department of Theatre, the International Office and the School of Mathematical Sciences for their support in the making of this video.
These four students, Roisin, Raj, Ciara and Joe, are each on their own unique journey through UCC.
They are developing graduate attributes and values, life wide and life long skills. Roisin asks us "What kind of future do I want to inhabit?", Raj asks "How will I inspire and be inspired?", Ciara asks us "How will I stand up, stand out and be counted?" and Joe asks "How will I begin, where will I belong and who will I become?"
Together they take this journey as students representing the four colleges of UCC, and are already engaging in the Graduate Attributes Programme.
For more on this story contact:
Eleanor Donoghue, Graduate Attributes Programme Manager, UCC firstname.lastname@example.org