School Facts & Figures
The Catherine McAuley School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork, Ireland was established in 1994 by Professor Geraldine McCarthy.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery, UCC supports an agenda of excellence in education, research, clinical practice and community engagement.
- Over 1300 students registered on 19 programmes with opportunities for nurses and midwives to study for undergraduate, postgraduate, masters and doctoral level qualifications.
- Global Top 100 place in the QS World University Subject Rankings for four years running
- Over two million euros in research funding for the last two years
- A scholarly output of over 100 publications per annum
- Seven internationally connected active research clusters
- Highly qualified & friendly staff who have won awards for their teaching and research excellence
- Students who regularly win national awards for their work
- For the past four years, 95-100% of our nursing and midwifery graduates are in employment or engaging in further study.
- Erasmus programme of placements within the European Union for undergraduate students
- Experienced in hosting International students for example from the wider EU, US, Brunei, Malaysia, Nigeria, India, China, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Philippines, and the Lebanon
- A dynamic and enthusiastic team who facilitate the education and support of students and engage in future orientated person centred research.
- Exceptional teaching resources including a world-class clinical skills simulation resource centre located in the Brookfield Health Sciences Complex.