Fees & Payment

Queries on Non-EU Payments/Receipts email: payments@ucc.ie

Queries on Non-EU Payments/Receipts email: payments@ucc.ie

Tuition Fees

 International Scholarships

University College Cork offers a range of scholarships to Non-EU students interested in pursuing a Taught Master Programme at the institution and these can be viewed at the Scholarships and Funding section of the website.

  • To be awarded a scholarship, you must have an accepted offer from UCC Apply

  • Value: varies merit based and is awarded at offer stage in your Full Offer letter
  • Conditional Offers are not awarded scholarships until conditions of offer are met

Deposit

All international students are required to pay a non-refundable deposit  when accepting a place at University College Cork, details of which will be specified on your offer letter. You have 28 days from the date of offer to accept your place and pay your deposit. If you are having any technical difficulty paying your deposit please contact us.

Your deposit is non-refundable unless

  • You are refused a student visa or
  • Do not meet the conditions of your offer

Please get in contact if you need to update us on your acceptance status.

 

 

 

Payment

  • Following payment of your deposit, the first half of your 2022/23 tuition fees must be paid by 1 August 2022. The balance is due by 31 January 2023.

Tuition fees should be made through ‘TransferMate’ by logging on to: https://ucc.studentfees.ie/ and quoting your UCC application number or your previous UCC Student Number where applicable.

International students in receipt of Government funding or a loan from a recognized loan institution should supply documentary evidence of same in lieu of paying fees upfront.

 

  • Transfer Mate

For International Bank Transfer: Email edu@transfermate.com with receipt of payment, a copy of your passport, and your offer or invoice letter from UCC.

For Credit Card we do not require any documents.

 

Receipt Request

  • Payment by Transfer Mate

The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) website confirms that a Transfer Mate receipt is sufficient for visa purposes, so UCC does not provide a separate receipt in this case.

  • Payment by Wire Transfer

If you pay by Wire Transfer you will need a receipt from UCC. These requests are processed on a first come first serve basis and we will revert as soon as possible.

Email any further queries on Non-EU payments or Receipts to: payments@ucc.ie

International Office

Oifig Idirnáisiúnta

Roseleigh, Western Road, Cork, T12 R229

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