Applicants must have attained second-class honours or better in a primary degree in a relevant discipline (at National Framework of Qualifications Level 8). Publication/ professional experience may be considered, where the formal requirements are not completely satisfied.
Months of entry
Course contentThe MA in Gender, Globalisation and Rights offers students a unique opportunity to combine advanced study of two important fields - globalisation and human rights through a critical, advocacy-oriented, gender lens. Students will examine globalisation processes from the perspectives of women in different regions of the world, with a view to documenting, analysing, and redressing inequalities and exclusions fostered by mainstream development and globalisation processes.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr. Nata Duvvury
- +353 (0) 91 49 54 03