Registration

Academic Year 2021/22

Academic Year 2021/22

  • Registration is when you enrol on your postgraduate programme and upload your ID documentation.

Registration will open in August and an email will be sent to you, when registration for your specific programme opens, your Student IT Account Password and instructions on how to complete your registration.

 

  • Registration Steps

Online Registration: During registration, you will enrol on your postgraduate programme, provide biographical information, and print your confirmation of registration. You can find the Postgraduate Registration Instructions here.

Registration - Next Steps: involves further documentation upload steps that we need you to complete. Once these are done, you will be officially confirmed as a UCC student. After online registration is completed you will receive:

  • An email with weblinks to allow you to upload valid identification documents
  • Collection of UCC Student ID Card: Your registration email will include details on how to make an appointment to obtain your UCC Student ID card


Letter of Attendance:

A Letter of Attendance with your Irish address can be used to open a bank account, as a reference letter, for Immigration purposes, and much more. When you have completed online registration, you can obtain a Letter of attendance online. See How to Guide. Go to UCC Letter of Attendance

 

  • Orientation 

Registration for the Postgraduate Orientation will be available shortly. For those that miss Orientation, you can live stream it on the day. 

 

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 information available here.

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 available here.

Fitness to Practice

Students pursuing some degree programmes are required to meet the University’s “Fitness to Practise” policy.  More information available here

 

  • 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.

 

To discover more click and view Orientation and Registration 

 

 

International Office

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Roseleigh, Western Road, Cork, T12 R229

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