UCC – Dental School & Hospital has ranked in the top 100 by Shanghai Rankings!
About University College Cork Dental Program:
The Dental School in Cork was established in 1913 through a partnership between University College Cork and the North Infirmary Hospital. The Dental School was initially staffed by local volunteer dentists, followed quickly by full-time staff. Over the following decades, The Dental School grew organically in size and scope.
In 1967, University College Cork assumed full operation of the Dental School and subsequently moved it to the Cork University Hospital. The new location allowed the school to continue serving the community, educating dental care staff, while expanding its capacity for dental research.
Today, University College Cork is the principal university in the province of Munster and the largest outside Dublin. UCC has over 12,000 students and an academic staff of over 1,700.
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