The UCD College of Arts and Humanities has the largest concentration of expertise in the humanities anywhere in Ireland, and the largest and most vibrant graduate community. The College offers a range of diverse and exciting graduate programmes, leading to a Graduate Diploma (GradDip), Masters (MA, MLitt, MMus) or Doctoral Degree (PhD).
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The Graduate School is proud of its large and diverse student body. Whether you are from the EU, Asia, the Middle East, North or South America, we understand that making the decision to undertake advanced study in another country can be daunting. We are here to help. A full range of information designed to aid international students in reaching a decision on a programme of study, in planning to come to UCD, or indeed in informing their stay here, can be found at UCD International. However, you should also feel free to contact any of our School representatives, or the Manager of the Graduate School, Ms Barbara Gannon.
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How to apply
The University operates an online applications system. For research students (MLitt/PhD), we would strongly advise you to contact a potential supervisor to discuss the viability of your dissertation/thesis in advance of submitting your application.
Full-Time or Part-Time
The vast majority of our programmes are available on a full-time or part-time basis. Please note, however, that we do not currently offer any evening graduate programmes.
Student Life at UCD
For further information on the list of services available to students in UCD and for a view of student life, please see here.
For general information on graduate studies in the UCD College of Arts and Humanities, please contact Ms Barbara Gannon, Manager of the Graduate School.