Mode of Teaching Delivery and Timetables in CoMH

The integrity of our programmes and student experience is at the heart of all we do. Our students are amongst the first to return to the University. Delivery of all programmes at the College of Medicine and Health will be in accordance with the latest government and public health guidelines to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

Our Departments, Schools and the College has produced a teaching delivery model for the 2020-2021 academic year which will ensure students receive as much face-to-face teaching time as possible under current public health guidelines. Programmes at CoMH will operate a hybrid model of teaching and learning with a combination of online, blended teaching, face-to-face and small group teaching. The exact number of hours you spend on campus will depend on the latest government guidelines and may be subject to change in line with this advice. Full timetable and delivery information will be available once you register for your subjects/modules. Please contact your programme coordinator or School for further information.

Get further information from Schools in the College

Your School will be able to put you in touch with your individual programme coordinator. The programme coordinators have the latest information on how their programmes will be delivered, what balance of blended learning will be available for each programme, and other details specific to the modules within your degree programme.

Keep Safe from COVID-19

Visit the UCC COVID-19 website for the latest information and updates on keeping safe from COVID-19 during your time at UCC. 

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