The College encourages students to participate fully in the Student Representative Council. Students elect representatives from each class group to this Council. The management team in the college regularly meets with council representatives and values their contributions greatly. Two members of the Student Representative Council are elected annually onto the College Board of Management.
Will you need Maths for QQI Progression to 3rd Level? Any student (under 23 years old) intending to apply for progression to CIT in 2017 using QQI qualifications should be aware that most CIT courses require evidence of ability in Maths. The minimum requirement is usually Leaving Certificate Ordinary Level Maths grade D3, or a [...]
Cork College of Commerce is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and welcomes applications from students with documented disabilities and specific learning needs. The College is determined to provide appropriate support and help for such students within the limits of available resources. Access your student kit here. Further Enquiries: Ms. Susan Holland O’Leary (Disability [...]
The Cork College of Commerce welcomes applicants from all parts of the world. We value the cultural diversity and richness that international students bring to the college. This page aims to assist international students who wish to study at the college. E.U. Nationals are not required to pay tuition fees but must pay an activity fee [...]
The Department of Education and Skills provides a means-tested maintenance grant for learners attending full-time Further Education courses. Information regarding eligibility and application details is available at www.susi.ie