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Register as a First Year Student
Registration is when you enrol on your degree programme, pay your fees and upload your ID documentation. These are your first steps to becoming a UCC student. In UCC, First Year Registration has two parts. Click for information on information for Registration Part 1 and Part 2.
First Year Online Registration Instructions
We've developed instructions on how to register online and pay your fees which includes helpful graphics and tips to guide you. Select from one of the following options.
Information for Incoming First Year Students
New student in UCC and want to know what happens next on your journey in UCC? Select from one of the following options.
Updating your Student Record
Throughtout your studies at UCC you may wish to amend your student record. For example, you may want to update your contact details, change a module or subject choice, carry forward 5 credits or withdraw from a programme.
Should you wish to make any such changes it is important that you advise SREO as soon as possible. The following instructions will guide you on how to do this.
You'll find full information on undergraduate degree and diploma programmes in the Undergraduate Programmes section of the University Calendar.
Information and details of postgraduate programmes are given in the Postgraduate Programmes section of the University Calendar.
Module descriptions can be found in the Book of Modules.
How we will get in touch with you
We value you as a student and we value your privacy and the importance of making sure that all our communication to you can be relied on. So that you know the emails about your record or examinations is legitimate we will only communicate with you about examinations, registration and conferrings by e-mail to your UCC e-mail account. It is wise to check your student emails regularly so that you don't miss any important messages we will sent to you.
Your UCC student email address will look like UCCstudentnumber@umail.ucc.ie.
Your UCC Email account is yours for life and if you have any issues with your student email account contact UCC IT Services.
We take your data protection very seriously. We will not reveil your details to anyone including your parents without your explicit permission.
UCC is obliged to share some of your information with the Higher Education Authority (HEA) for only very specific reasons which are outlined in the HEA Data Collection notice and the Student Data Protection Notice.
Check out UCC GDPR webpages to find out about how UCC protects your personal data.