Masters in Voluntary and Community Sector Management at University College Cork

Recruitment for University College Cork’s Masters in Voluntary and Community Sector Management is now open.
This Masters is being offered to those wishing to develop a career in management/coordination in the voluntary and community sector and who would like to improve their knowledge and skills base. It is aimed at those who already have some experience of work in the sector or in the public or private sector where the work relates to people-centred social service or community care provision. 

The course has been running every two years at UCC since 2008 and the next cohort of students will be starting in September 2018.

The course is taught one day a week (Wednesday 10.00am-4.30pm) over two years. Applicants should posses at least a second class honours degree or a relevant professional qualfication.

Eight different Depts across UCC contribute modules to the programme - Applied Social Studies, Law, Management, Business Information Systems, Accounting, Economics, Government, Food Business and Development

Further information on this programme is available on our online prospectus at, or by contacting Dr. Féilim Ó hAdhmaill, School of Applied Social Studies, on 021 490 2616 or email or Dr. Olaniyi Kolawole on 021 4903070 or email
Applications can be made online through the Postgraduate Admissions Centre at