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The MA Gender, Diversity, and Inclusion is a one-year full time (or two-year part time) taught programme that aims to provide students who already have an academic background, interest, or professional experience in a relevant area, such as HR or equality management with an opportunity to specialise at a postgraduate level in the areas of gender, inclusion, and diversity, as they relate to contemporary society and culture. This programme is unique in Ireland for two reasons: its genuinely cross-disciplinary structure, which allows students to explore how gender is relevant for disciplines as diverse as History, Sociology, Media Studies, Social Policy, Music, and Geography; and its practical orientation, which facilitates graduates to make a transition to employment in the area.
Normally a 2.1 Bachelor’s degree in any discipline is required. Applicants with a lower grade in their undergraduate degree and/or with equivalent professional experience may also be admitted on the basis of an interview.
Applicants must have a recognised primary degree which is considered equivalent to Irish university primary degree level.
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