Steps to Register as a Non-EU Postgraduate Degree Student
Registration is divided as follows:
Registration Part I – Online Registration
International Student verification of original documentation
Registration Part II – Issuing student ID card
You can find the Postgraduate booklet here: Non-EU Postgraduate Registration and Orientation Booklet
You can obtain a Letter of attendance online. This letter can be used to Open a Bank account, as a refernce letter, for Immigration purposes, and much much more. Please find the how to guide in the following link: UCC Letter of Attendance.
Register for the Postgraduate Orientation here
For those that miss Orientation, you can live stream it at the following link on the day: https://ucc.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=d99fb252-0d1c-4a1f-a15c-aab200acfa87
This link will only be available from the 4th September 2019 until the 4th October 2019.
*Garda Vetting and Police Clearance
Students entering UCC programmes which involve placements with children and vulnerable adults will be subject to Garda Vetting and Police clearance. Letters of Offer will make reference if your programme requires you to have clearance. More details available at https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/undergrad/admissionspolicies/
*Infectious Disease Policy
Students enrolling on certain course in the College of Medicine and Health are at increased risk of contracting and transmitting certain infectious diseases, as a result of being in the clinical environment as part of their course. It is important in order to protect both patients and students that healthcare professionals are screened for certain infectious illnesses and immunized against these illnesses. More information is available at https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/undergrad/admissionspolicies/
*Fitness to Practice
Students pursuing some degree programmes are required to meet the University’s “Fitness to Practise” policy. Details are available at https://www.ucc.ie/en/academicsecretariat/fitnesstopractise/
Essential Information Session
All international full degree students should participate in the Essential Information Session provided by Suzanne Buckley, Support Officer for International Students. Topics covered will include visas, immigration, part-time work, personal security etc. There will be a questions and answers session and panel discussion with current international students. The schedule will be emailed to you.