Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code Z011
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major National University of Ireland Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time
Location (Districts) Belfield
Qualification Letters MA
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Next Intake: 2019/2020 September
Application Date The following entry routes are available:

MA Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama FT (Z011)

Attendance Full Time

Deadline Rolling *

* Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early application is advised
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Duration 1 year full-time.
Course Fee MA Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama (Z011) Full Time
EU fee per year - €7055
nonEU fee per year - €19200

***Fees are subject to change
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Entry Requirements

Expand+An honours undergraduate degree in English or in another cognate subject (NFQ Level 8) with a 2.1 classification (Second Class Honours, Grade One) or equivalent* is normally required.

A sample of written work of c.3000 words and two academic refe...

Comment The course deals with the genres of poetry, drama, novel and short story, with special focus on major texts by Yeats, Joyce, Beckett and with special-subject dissertation on a topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervisor.
Course Content

Expand+The longest established MA of its kind in the world, UCD’s MA in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama covers the rich and diverse traditions of Irish writing in English, from writers Joyce, Yeats, Beckett to Tóibín, Meehan, Enright and Donoghue.
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Subjects Taught Stage 1 Option
Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama Dissertation
ENG40040

The Tradition and the Contemporary
ENG41590

Irish Theatre
ENG41610

Theorising Irish Cultures
ENG41620

Irish Poetry: Representing Self and Other
ENG41630

Joyce, Ulysses
ENG41640

Introduction to Literary Research Methods 1
ENG41960

Introduction to Literary Research Methods 2
ENG41970
Number of Credits 90
Careers or Further Progression Careers & Employability
Graduates of the course now teach and research in the field in universities and schools on all five continents.
Other graduates have fulfilling careers in the area of theatre, publishing, government, libraries, archives, cultural heritage, journalism, public relations and creative industries.
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