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EU code
14.1 - Political Science
Mobility
2 - Master
Location
University College Dublin, Ireland
Subject
Political Science
Language
English
Language requirements
All applicants must submit a recent English Language Test certificate (less than two years old); 600 Toefl or overall 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 6.0 in each band on the Academic Version. See the link below for a full list of other recognised Language Tests and acceptable scores. If applicants do not have an English Language Test certificate, they must submit proof of registration to an upcoming test (result must be available by the 24th of January 2014). https://myucd.ucd.ie/admission/english_requirement.ezc?pageID=1415
Academic requirements
Applicants to the taught masters programmes would normally be expected to have a primary degree in a relevant subject and have attained at least Upper Second Class Honours. Applicants with relevant professional experience may also be considered from time to time.
Max available positions
3
Information
The graduate programme in the UCD School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe) encompasses master’s degrees and graduate diplomas in a wide range of areas, including development studies, European affairs, human rights, international relations, Irish and European politics, nationalism and ethnic conflict, and political theory. In particular, we offer both MSc and MA programmes in four subject areas, three interdisciplinary master’s degrees, and two graduate diplomas.
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Duration
12 months between Sep 1 2014 and Aug 31 2015
Contact person
Prof. Patrick Paul Walsh (erasmusmundus@ucd.ie)
Additional information
This is a full Masters degree programme.For additional information please email the Erasmus Mundus Co-ordinator erasmusmundus@ucd.ie