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“The Arts programme has been absolutely key for me in terms of how I work today.” Jessica Murphy, Senior Manager with Global Order Management at VMware
The College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, collaboratively with the Graduate Attributes Programme launch #MadeinUCC - the first video in a series showcasing Arts and Humanities as a broad degree with many career routes and employability choices, in addition to the full array of graduate attributes and values.
One of core objectives of the Graduate Attributes Programme is to demonstrate and inform audiences of the value of studying at UCC and that our graduate attributes bring success.
We recently collaborated with CACSSS and the Office of Marketing and Communications to highlight the benefits of Arts International CK108.
“The Arts programme has been absolutely key for me in terms of how I work today.” Jessica Murphy, Senior Manager with Global Order Management at VMware, is a graduate of Arts International (CK108) at UCC. Here, Jessica reflects on how her UCC Arts degree has prepared her for a successful career in a fast-paced tech company and how it has made her the person and professional that she is today.
Launched this week, this is the first of a series of videos we will be producing, all themed #MadeInUCC
For more on this story contact:
Selina O'Regan, CACSSS or Carol Veiga, Graduate Attributes Programme