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    UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK - [UCC], CORK, CORK - REVIEWS

    Cork, CorkLocation
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    16578enrollment
    7.1/10

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    9 Reviews Found


    SL
    6.3 /10

    The research institute I received acceptance is working in the state-of-the art Thermoelectric materials and device development, which is my area of interest. Also, Ireland being an English speaking country, It was an easy choice for me

    Course Curriculum :

    Courses are good and of high standards. As part of my PhD programme, I only needed 30 credits.

    8 /10 academic/food
    8 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    6 /10 placement
    T
    9.7 /10

    One of the major reason to choose University College Cork was its ranking in Ireland. UCC ranked in top 3 universities in Ireland for education.

    Course Curriculum :

    I found MSc Management & Marketing course curriculum at University College Cork very much industry specific and relevant to the skills you would require in the job market. Since all the academic project done by us were actual projects based on real brands and companies, I think it had made us prepare very well for the future job market.

    10 /10 academic/food
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    10 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular
    S
    6.3 /10

    It’s because of the country. Ireland is a very good and a safe place to study. Ireland attracts alot of FDI because of its corporate tax which is just 12.5%. More FDI’s mean more job opportunities.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course was difficult but helps in learning alot through the projects we do.

    9 /10 academic/food
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    6 /10 accomodation
    3 /10 placement
    L
    6.5 /10

    The university has good credentials and encourages extensive research in the field of food science.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course is rigorous as it is one year masters. It was an enriching experience for me especially the research project.

    8 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    9 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    6 /10 placement
    SS
    6.0 /10

    Happy to lead into different domain in order to explore and learn something new. Job prospects were good in Ireland related to my course.

    Course Curriculum :

    Pretty easy I believe. More kind of research and literature review. Less focus on mugging up things and writing in exams. The project were pretty amazing.

    8 /10 academic/food
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    9 /10 infrastructure
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    N
    6.5 /10

    I chose the college because the degree is 1yr so I would finish my degree fast. Costs less than USA. And I had heard job opportunities were good in Ireland.

    Course Curriculum :

    If you want my honest opinion, I wouldn't recommend the Country unless you are getting into Trinity college Dublin or University College Dublin. According to my observation job is mostly given based on previous experience and it's an uphill battle for freshers to get a job after master's. Course and curriculum is not bad I can say. Now with Covid situation and taking into consideration the weather over there, plz think twice before choosing Ireland.

    7 /10 academic/food
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    7 /10 accomodation
    7 /10 placement
    KK
    7.0 /10

    Because I got the course of my choice. It was a mix of different modules. Also got the scholarship too. The course duration was 1 year. For sure, it was hectic and very busy but it was worth it. I had to make double efforts as a master's course of 2 years. Plus Ireland has all the big companies, so thinking about getting a job was not puzzling. Although it took a really consistent effort but at the end I got a job.

    Course Curriculum :

    It was well structured course with modules covering different domains. The professors are too research-oriented. You'll have to do 7-9 assignments every week. There was no industry training. Research experience you'll get in dissertation if you choose to.

    8 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
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    7 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    AT
    6.5 /10

    The curriculum seems to be more industry oriented. The syllabus itself covers a vast amount of topics needed for the present and future industries

    Course Curriculum :

    It’s almost well updated. It goes in hand with the industrial needs of the Europe

    8 /10 academic/food
    8 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    5 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    IM
    8.7 /10

    UCC is a very renowned university in Ireland.I wanted to take a further step ahead in my career. Therefore, instead of going to the USA or any other country, I went ahead with Ireland. Without any further adieu, I filled the application form €50 to start the process of my admission.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course that I'm pursuing is a one year masters and it has a 20 weeks work placement. It's a great combination of projects, field trips, workshops. I wanted to pursue a career in management or marketing, and enhance my knowledge and focus on a specific strategic innovation, enterprise or marketing capability.

    8 /10 academic/food
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    9 /10 infrastructure
    9 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular

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