UCC’s new school means business

UCC’s business school will be ideally placed in the heart of a new city centre business district

16th June, 2019
From left: Thia Hennessy of UCC; John O’Gorman of Dairygold; Professor Patrick O’Shea, president of UCC and dean of Cork University Business School at UCC; Jim Woulfe, chairman of Dairygold; and Ursula Kilkelly, head of UCC’s College of Business and Law

University College Cork’s new state-of-the-art business school will be situated in the city centre as part of a commitment that the new school would be city-facing.

“A new business district will be created, with our business school right in the heart of things,” said Ursula Kilkelly, head of the university’s College of Business and Law.

It is expected that the new facility will be open for the start of...

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