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Science, Engineering and Food Science
Welcome to the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
Professor Sarah Culloty, Head of College
There has never been such an exciting time to study STEM. Sustainability is at the heart of our programmes and our research, here in the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science. Together, we are the Scientists, the Technologists, the Engineers and the Mathematicians who are focussed on creating and delivering a sustainable future for us all. We are developing the innovative solutions to support a sustainable and environmentally responsible society. Our graduates have the skills and attributes to play their role in solving these key societal challenges.
Why study STEM at UCC?
SEFS is a thriving, dynamic and diverse College, with internationally renowned academics, research institutions and centres. If you choose to study with us, you will discover an exciting, nurturing and friendly environment, which provides a vigorous and challenging academic atmosphere for our students.
STEM has always been hugely important in society. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics will play a pivotal role in the world’s economic recovery once we begin to return to post pandemic normality, providing significant career opportunities to those who opt to study a STEM discipline.
Ireland’s National Skills Strategy 2025 estimates that 165,000 jobs will be created in the ICT, science and engineering sectors by 2025.
With high-quality graduates, prominent research clusters in key STEM areas, ICT doctoral-training centres and world-class research, UCC is a significant pipeline into industry, commerce and academia, in the Munster region and beyond.
We work with top-tier businesses around the globe and have developed a range of comprehensive partnerships via research and academic programmes. And these business in turn support our students as they develop their exciting and rewarding careers in STEM.
From cybersecurity to climate change, photonics to food, astrophysics to architecture, and sustainability to waste minimisation, STEM is the place to be right now.
Considering a career in STEM?
A career in STEM is incredibly adaptable and you will enjoy a myriad of options post-graduation.
So ask yourself:
- What are you passionate about?
- Do you want to make a real difference?
- Do you enjoy problem solving?
- Do you want an interesting career that focuses on solutions that have societal impact?
If the answer is yes, then a career in STEM is for you.
There is a wide range of highly respected undergraduate and postgraduate courses on offer in UCC.
If you decide to join us in UCC, you will be equipped for a rewarding career that can help to make the world a better place.
Come and join us – we want you to be part of our vision!
Professor Sarah Culloty
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News and Events
An Appetite for Excellence Panel
UCC's School of Food and Nutritional Sciences - Panel Discussion
The College of Science, Engineering and Food Science presents a panel discussion which will showcase our prestigious School of Food and Nutritional Sciences. Our panelists will represent just some of the research themes within the School and will highlight why our programmes should be top of your list.
UCC has an established legacy of over 90 years delivering research and innovation for the Irish and international food industry. Our School of Food and Nutritional Science ranks number 43 in the Global Shanghai Rankings in food science and technology and our teaching and research cover all areas of Food and Nutritional Sciences, from primary production to processing and from food systems research to healthcare.
To register, click HERE.
Thursday, March 25th
Start Time: 12.30 GMT/18.00 IST
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