The number of places is limited. You should have an honours primary degree (at least second class Honours in one subject, or a U.S. GPA 3.2). We also welcome applicants with substantial and relevant professional experience to apply. Such cases may be considered for exemption from the honours degree requirement, subject to appropriate arrangements such as a qualifying examination. These students will be required to register initially for a Postgraduate Diploma.
Months of entry
Course contentThe Masters Degree in Public Advocacy and Activism offers an advanced programme for those working, or intending to work, in international or local advocacy; including community organisation, development, labour, rights, health, and environment.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Fiona Bateman
- +353 (0) 91 49 59 18