University College Cork (UCC), Ireland: Certificate in Social Citizenship

Public University | Students: 20 | Required minimum age: 18 years
UCC has 2 inclusive programmes: The Certificates in Social Citizenship (below) and Disability-Inclusive Practice (

Established in 1845, UCC is set on 42 acres of wooded ground, 10 minutes' walk from Cork city centre. It is placed in the top 1.1% of universities globally by the QS World University Rankings. It is a vibrant and open campus with a student population of over 23,000. See

Certificate in Social Citizenship

IPSE Programme | Students contingent: 15 each year | Required minimum age: 18 years

The Certificate in Social Citizenship is a one-year course. Classes take place 3 days per week from September to April, followed by a 3-month work placement. Students develop skills to promote self-reliance and independence.

The course is underpinned by a rights-based agenda, and provides opportunities for co-learning between students with and without disabilities, for mutual benefit. This promotes awareness raising and reciprocal learning.

Short Facts

Next programme start: 02/09/2024

Deadline to apply to this programme: 07/05/2024

Duration of programme: 2 years

Summer programme

Tuition Fees per Year: 2000-2000

Types of Courses: hybrid

Western Road, Cork, Ireland
Cork, Ireland

Certificate in Social Citizenship

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