The Bishopstown Campus is the main centre, and is the location for courses in Business, Science, Computing, Engineering, Media Communications, and Humanities.
Also located here are Student Services, Administration, Research Centres, and Industry Support Centres. The Bishopstown Campus is situated in the western suburbs of Cork City. Leisureworld Sports Centre, which includes both a 25m and an 18m swimming pool, is right next door. Just a few minutes walk away are the suburbs of Bishopstown and Wilton with shops, restaurants and sports facilities. The city centre is just a short bus ride away.
This is a self-contained College of MTU, located in Sharman Crawford Street, within easy walking distance of the city centre. The Department of Fine Art & Applied Art offers Honours Degree programmes in Fine Art and in Contemporary Applied Art (Ceramics, Glass, Textiles). The Department of Media Communications, based at the Bishopstown campus, offers Honours Degree programmes in Creative Digital Media and Visual Communications. Postgraduate programmes in Fine Art, Art Education, and Art Therapy are based in the city centre campus at No. 46 Grand Parade.
This is a constituent school of MTU, located at Union Quay, Cork city, and provides Honours Degree programmes in Music, Theatre & Drama, and Popular Music. The School also has a wide range of MA and PhD degrees.
The CSM provides the internationally renowned staff of Ireland’s largest conservatory of music and drama with the very best of facilities to ensure that many more students are able to pursue their studies. The CSM has many award winning bands, chamber music ensembles, choirs, drama groups, opera groups, and orchestras.
This purpose built College is on a 10 acre campus and located 18km from Cork city, in Ringaskiddy. The NMCI provides education services of the highest quality and includes Degree programmes in Nautical Science, Marine, Engineering, and Marine Electrotechnology. Specialist spaces including survival facilities, seamanship and shipwrights’ workshops, bridge simulators, fire-fighting/damage control, jetty and lifeboat facilities and engine room are provided.
In an exciting collaboration between MTU, Cork City Council, and a private benefactor, Blackrock Castle was re-opened to the public in November 2007 as MTU Blackrock Castle Observatory, the Space for Science.
The science centre promotes science, engineering and technology in Ireland as a centre of excellence in scientific research, education and outreach and continues to bring science education back down to Earth, making it accessible for all.
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