Effective from January 2015, CUBS was given its current recognition as the stand-alone Cork University Business School. However, the school has a history that stretches back over 150 years, to the formation of University College Cork (UCC) as Queen’s College Cork, part of the Queen’s University Ireland, in 1845.
Today, CUBS is a key part of UCC’s academic offering with its activities at a level one would expect of a university with a history and tradition of international-class teaching and research. CUBS is one of the two largest business schools in Ireland with:
The largest number of fulltime undergraduate students;
The second largest number of full-time graduate students;
The largest amount of research income.
Our core values are accessibility, creating a stimulating learning environment, providing industry focus which is underpinned by intellectual contribution and research and ensuring diversity across our student body and staff.
At the Cork University Business School we offer a broad range of undergraduate, postgraduate and Executive Education courses which are developed to address the individual needs of our students, providing high quality business education, knowledge and research. Our extensive range of business degree programmes is responsive to student and market demands and contributes to a strong collaboration with past graduates and businesses in both the local and national economy.
The breadth and depth of programmes available across each of our disciplines within the business school contribute to a high value educational experience based on application of business learning and development of practical and transferrable skills.
The Cork University Business School at UCC is committed to enhancing the knowledge and practice of business. Our teaching goals include a commitment to innovation, excellence and continuous learning in what and how we teach.