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CEMS receives full academic support from University College Cork. The Group benefits from the university's research capabilities in the fields of marine research, coastal research, water quality, analysis of dangerous substances and hazardous waste, testing and environmental footprinting, structural engineering, surveying, PCB/hazardous chemical testing and monitoring.

 

University College Cork is situated in south-west Ireland and was founded as a Queen's College in 1845. The university has 19,269 full-time students.

 

The University has an enrolment of 12,578 undergraduate students and 3,663 at postgraduate level. There are 1,040 visiting students and 1,988 participating in Adult Education courses. UCC's widely diverse student-body includes 2,400 international students representing 98 nationalities worldwide. 2,859 people work at UCC, of whom 1,665 are academic and research staff.

 

UCC is one of the leading research institutions in Ireland and its research income is consistently one of the highest in the country. The university offers a research-led curriculum that attracts the highest calibre of students. The university has over 120 degree and professional programmes given through some 60 departments.

 

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