History - The Wars of the Three Kingdoms

University College Dublin

 

Course Name History - The Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code AUTUMN AE-HN185 AUTUMN AE-HN192
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time, Morning, Afternoon, Daytime
Location (Districts) Belfield
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment How to book your course:
Booking for both autumn and spring opens on Tuesday 7th August 2018. We encourage students to book as early as possible. If you enroll late, the class may be full or may have been cancelled due to low numbers. If classes are cancelled, we try to give as much notice as possible, so cancellations usually happen the week before the class is due to commence.

You can book your course online through our website: http://www.ucd.ie/all
Duration AE-HN185: STILLORGAN COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION: 10 Wednesdays 14.00-16.00 Sept 26 Oct 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Nov 7, 14, 21, 28.

AE-HN192: MOUNTTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE, FITZWILLIAM PARK, MONKSTOWN: 10 Thursdays 10.00-12.00 Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Dec 6.
Course Fee €195.

Refunds are only possible if a course is cancelled. If a student is unable to attend due to illness or extenuating circumstances, they can request a deferral. This request must be made in writing, with supporting documentation.

Financial Support Unemployed Lifelong Learning students and those in receipt of a noncontributory pension may be eligible for a 33% concession on fees. Similarly those whose annual income is less than €12,000. UCD Alumni are eligible for receipt of a 10% concession on fees.
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Course Content Michael Doran

From 1639 until 1653, the three kingdoms of England, Ireland and Scotland were convulsed by political, economic and religious conflicts. These conflicts would lead to a series of wars. The most decisive of all these conflicts was the English Civil War. The aim of these lectures is to examine the causes, course of events and consequences of these wars. There will be a particular attention on events in Ireland, especially the enduring controversy over Cromwell’s Irish campaign.
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Áras na Leabharlanne
An Coláiste Ollscoile
Baile Átha Cliath
Belfield, Baile Átha Cliath 4, Éire
Location AE-HN185: STILLORGAN COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION
AE-HN192: MOUNTTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE, FITZWILLIAM PARK, MONKSTOWN