UCC wins FIVE awards at gradireland Higher Education Awards

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UCC is delighted to announce it received five awards at the gradireland Higher Education Awards held last night in Dublin. A huge congratulations to all staff involved In this massive success for UCC. Winners listed below with comments from the judges.

Winners

Masters in Youth Work with Community Arts and Sports Studies
Postgraduate Course of the Year – Arts & Humanities award
“Clear evidence of the effectiveness and impact of this programme on career development. Excellent interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as innovative tie-ins with relevant external communities. Creative use of music as a medium to develop key skills including communication, all backed up with good stats.”

MSc Corporate Finance
Postgraduate Course of the Year – Business, Finance & Management award
100% employment rate – very strong. The consultancy project is an excellent way to build industry relationships and get real work experience. Equally the mentor week is invaluable to get industry insights and build networks.”

MSc in Information Systems for Business Performance (ISBP)
Postgraduate Course of the Year – Computer Science & IT award
“This course has remarkable career progression statistics and an enviable track record in securing national and international funding for research. The high demand for graduates of the course from industry makes it a compelling offering!”

MEngSc Information technology in Architecture, Engineering and Construction Postgraduate Course of the Year – Engineering award
“The strong national and international reputation of this course among both students and employers is striking. Over 10 years the course has developed numerous innovative characteristics, particularly in teaching and learning methodologies.”

MSc in Clinical Pharmacy
Postgraduate Course of the Year – Health Sciences award
“This is a very well designed course with strong feedback, clear outputs and an excellent employment record. Good to see innovation in course design to acknowledge the need for work/life balance, providing training in time-management and stress management.”

 

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