Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
Throughout its history, UCD has been deeply involved in the progress of Irish literary affairs. Our MA in Irish Literature and Culture is the longest-established MA in this subject the world over. It is rooted in a unique tradition which draws inspiration from the many internationally acclaimed Irish authors - many of whom were educated at UCD - including James Joyce, Roddy Doyle and Emma Donoghue.
The UCD School of English, Drama and Film is also world renowned for the quality of its research expertise and its teaching programmes in Irish writing. Its lecturers have research collaborations with colleagues in Irish studies in universities throughout North America, Brazil, China, Japan, Europe and Australia, linking this programme with a truly global network of research.
Who should Apply?
Full Time option suitable for:
Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes
International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. Yes
This course is open to graduates with a background in English, Humanities, Social Sciences or cognate disciplines.
Our graduates progress to a wide range of interesting careers.
Many of our alumni work in the cultural administration, education or technology sectors. Others are in senior positions across a diverse range of industries including government, the media, NGOs and the Arts, whilst some continue on to PhD research.