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What documents do I need to submit as part of my international undergraduate application?


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In order to have your international undergraduate application assessed, you have to provide electronic copies of your: 

1. Up to date High School Transcript, including school's grading scale; 

2. School Leaving Examination Certificate (if available at the time of applying);

3. Personal Statement - why you wish to study at UCC;

4. At least one Academic Letter of Reference from your school teacher or counselor, on the school's headed paper, signed and stamped by your referee;

5. Photograph

6. Birth Certificate or Photo Page of Passport

7. If English is not your first language, a recognised English Language Proficiency Test Report (if available at the time of applying);

8. University Academic Transcript and Graduation Diploma (if applicable);

9. Any other supporting documents, such as CV, certificates, etc.

 

For more information about the application process for international undergraduate students, please visit the UCC International Office Website.


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Last Updated: Nov 3rd 2020 - Keywords: documents   application   international   undergraduate   checklist   - Views: 29

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