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Undergraduate Information

This information is intended as a guideline for Non-EU applicants to UCC’s undergraduate programmes. The information provides guidance on country specific minimum academic entry requirements. These are the minimum entry requirements and many programmes may have higher requirements due to a high demand for places. In addition, programmes may have specific subject/interview/portfolio requirements. Please note that satisfying the grade requirement is only one aspect of the application process and does not guarantee admission. In addition to meeting the academic entry requirements, you are also required to present proof of your English language competency, if applicable. Details of recognised tests and scores are available at English Language Requirements.

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Postgrad academic requirements can be found here.

Undergraduate Entry Requirements

Recognised Qualification

Certificate of Secondary Education / Maw 6 PLUS 1 year at Bachelor degree level in a recognised university with competitive grades including specific relevant subjects.

Band 1 Programmes

Minimum Entry Requirements

Minimum GPA 4inCertificate of Secondary Education / Maw 6  PLUS competitive grades in year 1 in  Bachelor degree

Band 2 Programmes

Minimum Entry Requirements

Minimum GPA 3.5 inCertificate of Secondary Education / Maw 6  PLUS competitive grades in year 1 in  Bachelor degree

Band 3 Programmes

Minimum Entry Requirements

Minimum GPA 3 inCertificate of Secondary Education / Maw 6  PLUS competitive grades in year 1 in  Bachelor degree

 Additional Requirements

Where Maths is required for a specific degree programme, a minimum GPA of 4 is required in Maths.

Where a Lab Science subject is required for a specific degree programme, a minimum GPA of 4 is required in a Lab Science subject.

Recognised Qualification

Certificate of Secondary Education / Maw 6 PLUS successful completion of a UCC recognised foundation programme. 

UCC recognised foundation programme:

Recognised Qualification

Examinations from another country's national education system:

 

Scholarships and Funding Opportunities

University College Cork offers a range of scholarships for international students.

How To Apply EU

For details on the application process for postgraduates please see the How To Apply section for your relevant choice of course.

How To Apply Non-EU (International)

For details on the application process for postgraduates please see the How To Apply section for your relevant choice of course.

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