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The Postgraduate Diploma in Ancient and Medieval Languages is a unique and intensive programme that allows you to immerse yourself in the study of ancient and medieval languages. Over the course of 9 months, you will develop skills in two or more languages such as Classical Greek, Latin, Old English, Old Irish, and Medieval Welsh. In addition to language modules, you will also explore the history and culture of the societies that used these languages. This diploma is ideal for those considering further postgraduate research or careers in cultural and heritage sectors, museums, archives, or teaching. To be eligible, you should have a minimum Second Class Honours Grade II in a relevant subject.

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The Postgraduate Diploma in Ancient and Medieval Languages is a full-time diploma taken over 9 months. Its focus is on the development of skills in two or more ancient or medieval languages from a group consisting of Classical Greek, Latin, Old English, Old Irish, and Medieval Welsh. It also develops knowledge of the history and culture of the societies using these languages. It better equips students with the basic language skills necessary in order to undertake postgraduate research into the ancient or medieval worlds.

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Entry Requirements

In order to be admitted to the Postgraduate Diploma in Ancient and Medieval Languages a candidate should have a minimum of a Second Class Honours Grade II in a primary honours degree (NFQ, Level 8) or equivalent, in a subject entailing the study of modern languages, ancient or medieval history, art, literature or culture, or equivalent qualifications.

Successful applicants must demonstrate evidence of having taken undergraduate or post-graduate modules in an area that involves the study of ancient or medieval history, art, literature or culture.




Fees

EU Fee (Full-time): €4,140
Non EU Fee (Full-time): €17,000

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