Postgraduate - Full Time
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24th June 2023
For EU & those living on the island of Ireland (Late applications may be considered).
20th May 2023
For non EU
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The Taught Masters (90 ECTS) programmes provide students with an expertise in religion, theology, church and society.
Application Closing Date - EU 24th June 2023 Non-EU students should contact email@example.com for guidance on their application.
This one-year Taught Masters programme is offered for candidates who wish to spend one year in deepening their theological expertise and skill in a number of areas, in which the Faculty of Theology has particular expertise. With the guidance of a mentor, candidates choose from the palette of modules on offer across various theological disciplines in any particular year.
See the fees page for more details
- Second Level teaching - (following the successful completion of the undergraduate degree in Theology followed by the Professional Master of Education (PME)).,
The course runs over one academic year and consists of six taught modules delivered over two semesters, three modules per semester; and a minor dissertation of 15,000 words. Lectures are delivered from Monday to Thursday. A programme of study, from the seminar courses indicated below, is agreed with the Course Director. Candidates must further successfully complete the Postgraduate Induction Week in September.
and two** of the following:
Candidates choose three** of the following:
**The choice of modules may be restricted due to timetabling constraints.
The dissertation is to be written under the direction of a member of the Faculty of Theology, and submitted by candidates by 3.00pm on August 15th. A grace period of two weeks applies.
Note: progression to the PhD from this programme requires the successful completion of a doctoral qualifying year, the parameters of which are established by the Faculty of Theology.
The minimum entry requirement is a primary degree in which Theology comprises at least an equal joint honours component. Candidates should have obtained at least Second Class Honours, Grade I overall, and Second Class Honours, Grade I in Theology. An interview will be part of the admission process.
The Faculty of Theology may also accept applicants whom it deems to have achieved an equivalent standard. Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to satisfy the English language requirements.
Applications are now being accepted on www.pac.ie (Code - MU516)
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE: Application forms must be completed in full, and all documentation must be provided BEFORE an application can be considered. Applicants will not be called for interview if an application is incomplete.
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For Postgraduate queries: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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