Three new postgraduate programmes
UCD School of Politics and International Relations
Drawing on long-standing research strengths, three new postgraduate programmes at University College Dublin’s (UCD) School of Politics and International Relations will specialise in human rights, international relations, nationalism and ethno-communal conflict.
The new suite of programmes is a major expansion of fourth-level education in politics and international relations and complements existing postgraduate programmes in development and European studies.
The school offers integrated graduate programmes, with the option of a 12-month MSc, two-year MLitt or four-year PhD, co-ordinated through the Graduate School at UCD’s College of Human Sciences.
The programmes build on links with leading research institutions in Europe, connecting students and researchers with a network of experts across the discipline.
Commenting on the launch, school head Attracta Ingram says: “The new options blend theory and practice with a degree of specialisation and depth that is at the forefront of graduate education.”
Details are available at www.ucd.ie/spire