History - Research

University College Dublin


Course Name History - Research
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code Z111 Z125
Course Type Postgraduate
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Doctoral (Level 10 NFQ)  More info... Major National University of Ireland Level 10 NFQ
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 MLitt/PhD
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Start Date: To be agreed with school.
Application Date

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Any candidate considering a PhD is required to have a very good sense of the proposed topic of research. This can and should be developed in collaboration with your potential supervisor. An essential first step is making contact...

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Duration A UCD PhD is a structured four year research degree (six years part-time).

The School also offers an MLitt degree, a two year research degree (four years part-time).
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Entry Requirements

Expand+The School will normally consider applicants with at least a 2:1 in their undergraduate BA and a 2:1 in an appropriate Masters-level programme. Applicants should have a strong sense of the project, and its viability, they wish to pursue and are stron...

Course Content

Expand+Research Degrees
UCD School of History welcomes applications from potential PhD and MLitt students.

A UCD PhD is a structured four year research degree (six years part-time), undertaken within a clearly structured programme including training, ta...

Further Enquiries School of History prospective / current undergraduate / postgraduate students can contact us by email, telephone or in person.

The School Office is open Monday to Friday, 10am - 12m and 2 - 4pm.
Tel: +353 1 716 8375
Email: history@ucd.ie
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