UCC will visit our ‘sister-city’ of San Fran!

UCC is about to visit the other ‘City by the Bay’ and Cork’s sister city since 1984 – San Francisco! Louise Tobin from UCC’s International Education Office will present at an informative and fun-filled evening at St. Ignatius College Prep. Come along and discover the many great reasons to study at UCC, in the top 2% of universities in the world, and why you will want to live in Cork city, one of Lonely Planet’s ‘World’s Top Ten Cities’.
When: Thursday 17th, 7pm
Where: St. Ignatius College Prep, 2001 37th Avenue, San Francisco 94116
Contact: Mr. Brian Kelly, College Counselor at Saint I., Tel: 415.731.7500


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  1. The Irish Literary & Historical Society in San Francisco has an upcoming event with a UCC connection. Our annual banquet is March 13th, the guest speaker is Dermot Keogh, a member of the Royal Irish Academy, Emeritus Professor of History, University College Cork and Visiting Professor, University of Montana at Missoula. He is a distinguished and renowned international scholar and lecturer, he is the author of numerous books and scholarly articles. If you are in San Francisco on March 13th please join us, visit our website for ticket details http://www.ILHSsf.org or contact me at secretary@ILHSsf.org

    • Dear Kathy,

      I’m so sorry we did not see your enquiry and respond to you sooner. Prof. Keogh is a great ambassador for our university and it’s wonderful to hear that he was a guest speaker at the Irish Literary and Historical Society in San Francisco. We would have been very happy to blog about it. Please keep us informed of forthcoming events with a UCC connection and we’ll be more timely the next time. kind regards, Caroline [caroline.crowley@ucc.ie]

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