About the course
The MSc (Food Science) is a full-time taught postgraduate programme running for 12 months from the date of first registration. The taught modules of this course are assessed by examination in Winter, Spring and Summer. The research aspect is assessed on the quality of a substantial written dissertation. The course is taught by staff from the School of Food and Nutritional Sciences, the Department of Microbiology and the Department of Food Business and Development.
Intake Months
SEPTEMBER
Delivery Locations
Cork City Northside
C36180
Qualification
Masters Degree
Estimated annual course fee
EUR 22,000
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Duration
1 Year
English language requirements
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6.5
Start date and prices
Starting Duration Fees Status Campus
October, 2022 Duration 1 Year Course fee EUR 22,600
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University College Cork

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UCC is a world-leading university which prides itself on delivering outstanding taught programmes and supporting a globally significant research community. The university’s ethos is centred on promoting diversity of thought, knowledge exchange and career ambition. It collaborates with hundreds of other institutions around the world and hosts thousands of international students from around the world.
Sixteen of the subject areas offered by UCC are featured in the top tiers of global rankings and the university is a five-time winner of the ‘Irish University of the Year’ accolade by the Sunday Times and is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide.
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310 401 301
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Student numbers, at over 21,000 in 2016, increased from the late 1980s, precipitating the expansion of the campus by the acquisition of adjacent buildings and lands As of 2017, the university is rolling out a programme to increase the space across its campuses, with part of this development involving the creation of a student hub to support academic strategy, to add 600 new student accommodation spaces, and to develop an outdoor sports facility. In 2018, UCCs campus became home to the first "plastic free" café in Ireland, with the opening of the Bio Green Café in the Biosciences building.