MA (Irish Studies) Programme
The Institute has offered a taught MA and Diploma programme since 1987, providing the opportunity for graduates to undertake interdisciplinary study in the field of Irish Studies.
The Institute will consider applications for research into any subject in the field of Irish Studies. Current research areas include History and Politics; Culture, Tradition and Heritage; Literature and Language; Communities, Identities and Conflict; and Religion and Ritual.
International Summer School in Irish Studies
The summer school attracts students from around the world with participants of all ages. Students are administrators, teachers and professors as well as undergraduates, postgraduates and those who simply have a passion for Irish history and culture.
The Institute has strong links with universities all over the world and academics and scholars regularly avail of the Institute's facilities to conduct research. The Institute can provide short interdisciplinary study programmes tailored to meet your individual requirements.
The Institute has organised interdisciplinary seminar programmes and public lectures since 1965. For details of our current seminar programmes visit www.qub.ac.uk/irishstudies
Irish Studies Programmes at QUB
Other Irish-related MA and PhD courses are offered by Schools within the University and further details can be found by checking the websites of University Schools:
Links to Postgraduate Taught courses
MA in Irish Writing
MA in Irish History
To apply for an MA at Queen's University Belfast please complete the online application form or contact the Admissions and Access Service (email@example.com) for further details.
Postgraduate Research Programmes
Details of Irish-related PhD courses can be found on the following School websites:
- School of English
- School of History and Anthropology
- School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy
- School of Modern Languages
- School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
To apply for a PhD at Queen's University Belfast please complete the online application form or contact the Admissions and Access Service (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
For information on postgraduate funding please contact the Postgraduate Office (email@example.com)