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Do A Masters




12:00PM - 3:00PM


Room 01/003, 27 University Square

Do A Masters - 5 Feb 2020

Are you keen to pursue your studies further to postgraduate level?

Do you want to make your CV stand out from the crowd?


If so, we have just the event for you to attend.

The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (HAPP) are hosting a ‘Do a Masters’ information session on Wednesday 5th February in Room 01/003, 27 University Square.

The School of HAPP is one of the best in the world for our disciplines, and is home to some unique centres of excellence. Our Masters programmes are widely recognised as providing some of the best available training. Whether you want to pursue further study out of interest in the subject matter, or to enhance your CV, our wide range of Masters programmes will give you in depth knowledge and skills. Our postgraduate taught programmes prepare students for life after graduation, and many include opportunities to engage with experts and practitioners and gain experience through work placements and networking.

The choice of programmes is wide, and don’t worry, you don’t have to have a First class degree to do a Masters. You can even Do a Masters in a new subject, or use your Masters to further develop and specialise in particular areas. Come along and find out what life as a Masters student will be like. During the information session academics will describe our exciting range of MA programmes,, how to apply, and the many possibilities for career and further study these programmes support.

After a short Powerpoint presentation introducing our programmes and how to apply, you will have the  opportunity to talk to academic staff about the possibilities of postgraduate study. 

Food and drinks will be served at the start of each of the two sessions – so come for lunch, come to hear, and come to chat.

  1. 00 – 1.30pm for anyone interested in History, Public History, Anthropology, Irish Studies and Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
  2. 30 – 3.00pm for anyone interested in Politics, International Relations, Violence Terrorism and Security, International Public Policy, and Global Security and Borders.

So please come along and encourage your friends to do so too - it could change your life!

If you have any queries please contact the School on