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In Cork, you will find Vodafone, O2, Meteor and Three all on or around Patrick Street. Non EU/EEA/Swiss nationals who are staying in Ireland for more than 90 days are required to register with the Irish immigration services. Their part-time work guide is also well worth a look.For non-UCC students, is a popular service with vacancies for diverse roles.Moving to a new city (or even a new country), it can sometimes be difficult to meet people and make friends.Sure, when you're studying, you're often surrounded by like-minded people who are very happy to meet up.They provide your accommodation and, in some cases, even meals.
But, for students visiting Cork for the first time, here are some indicative prices so that you can gauge the cost of living in the city.The same journey to CIT's Bishopstown campus would be more like €8-12.As a student in Cork, there is lots of provision and support available to you.Some taxis are licensed to pick up passengers on demand (known as hackney carriages), others are for advanced bookings only.A taxi from Patrick Street to UCC might cost in the region of €5-8 depending on traffic.