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Are you passionate about helping refugees integrate into society? Look no further than the MA in Refugee Integration programme at the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies. This comprehensive and cohesive programme offers a cross-disciplinary approach to understanding the challenges faced by refugees and host communities. With modules covering forced migration, education in refugee contexts, and gender and sexuality issues related to migration, you'll gain the knowledge and skills necessary to make a real difference. The programme also provides opportunities for collaboration with NGOs and practitioners, ensuring you're equipped to work in a variety of roles, from policy-making to advocacy. Join us and become a champion for refugee integration.

About the course

Many European societies have well-established sets of policies and legislation in place regarding the integration of migrants. However, they often lack a comprehensive and cohesive approach to meeting the needs of those arriving in crisis situations from a multiplicity of cultural and linguistic environments as well as the needs of the society in which they are settling.

The School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies offers a Masters of Arts in Refugee Integration. This programme develops an in-depth, multi-faceted knowledge of issues raised by the arrival of international protection applicants and refugees in different jurisdictions.

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Entry Requirements

For admission to the MA in Refugee Integration programme, successful applicants will have:

A degree at the level of an Irish or UK Honours undergraduate degree (H2.2 or above) or equivalent

Applicants with appropriate combinations of professional qualifications and experience may also be considered. This includes discipline-specific knowledge and know-how; transferable skills; basic research competency; personal effectiveness.

International candidates who are non-native speakers of English must satisfy the University of their competency in the English language.


Full time
EU Status Fee - €7,700
Non EU Fee - €16,500

Part time
EU Status Fee Part-time - €4,200 Per Annum
Non EU Fee Part time - €8,000 Per Annum

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