Irish History

University College Dublin


Course Name Irish History
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code Z264 Z265
Course Type Postgraduate
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, Part time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Belfield
Qualification Letters MA
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Next Intake: Róisín Cawley
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The following entry routes are available:
MA Irish History FT (Z264)
Deadline Rolling *

MA Irish History PT (Z265)
Deadline Rolling *

* Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early a...

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Duration Z264: 1 year full-time
Z265: 2 years part-time
Mode of delivery: Face-to-Face
Course Fee MA Irish History (Z264) Full Time
EU fee per year: €7,990
Non-EU fee per year: €21,520

MA Irish History (Z265) Part Time
EU fee per year: €4,800
Non-EU fee per year: €10,760

***Fees are subject to change
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Entry Requirements Minimum of 2.1 or international equivalent in BA History or a cognate subject. Minimum of 2.1 in BA History or a cognate subject.
Course Summary This MA will involve students working closely with some of the country’s most renowned historians of Ireland to continue the tradition of providing context, insight and originality in the research of modern Irish history and its communication to a wide audience.
Course Content

Expand+MA Irish History
Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
Established in 1854, UCD is steeped in Irish history and is an institution that has played a key role in the development of modern Ireland. UCD’s dynamic School of History, the largest in...

Subjects Taught Stage 1 - Core
• Dissertation - HIS41030
• Disseminating History - HIS42020
• Historiography and Historical Debate in Twentieth-century Ireland - HIS42660

Stage 1 - Option
• Research Collaboration - HIS42380
• Pop Culture in Modern Ireland - HIS42460
• Landscape and Environment in Ireland, 1500-1800 - HIS42490
• Dangerous and Deviant - HIS42580
• De Valera's Ireland - HIS42590
Number of Credits 90
Careers or Further Progression Careers & Employability
Our graduates progress to a wide range of interesting careers.

Many of our alumni work in international business, foreign affairs and Dublin's vibrant tech sector, where a background in the humanities is particularly valued. Others graduates work in senior positions across a diverse range of industries including education, the media, NGOs and the Arts, while some continue on to PhD research.
Further Enquiries Róisín Cawley
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