Law, Politics & Humanities in Ireland

Study Law, Politics & Humanities in Ireland

Ireland has one of the best education systems in the Europe according to 2004 IMD world competitiveness reports and welcomes around 2, 00,000 students every year. There are around 38 universities in Ireland including the most popular Trinity College, Dublin City University and many more. Ireland gives a wide variety of education fields to choose from like Literature, Technology, Communications, Irish Studies, History and Environmental Studies. 
 
 
A part of United Kingdom the Island has developed a high standard for itself as an education hub. Students from all over the world come to Ireland for the varied opportunities it offers. Being an integral part of UK, Ireland follows the same education system. The country also offers various scholarships and fellowships to support an international student. 
 
 
Read on to learn more about the field of Law, Politics & Humanities in Ireland
 
 
 

Study Law in Ireland

Ireland follows the UK’s legal education system; hence a student can pursue his/her Law education to become a Barrister or a Solicitor. Law is taught in Irish Universities at the Undergraduate level which is followed by high school and is of 3-4 years of duration. The country also offers courses at Masters and PhD level.
 
 

How to apply to a Law School in Ireland

Students are required to apply directly to the college of their choice along with TOEFL/IELTS scores.
 
 

Study Politics in Ireland

Ireland offers varied specialisation in the field of Politics. Students can choose from various courses that the universities in Ireland offer in the field of Politics. One can either study Politics combined with Sociological Studies or can opt for single honours degree in Political Science, Joint degree in Political Science combined with Economics, Sociology or Business Studies. Students can also pursue courses like History and Political Science, Law and Political Science and many more. 
 
 
Students can also pursue their Masters degree in the field of Politics with specialisations like Politics and Public Policy, International Politics, Community Development, Gender Globalisation and Rights et al.  
 
 

How to apply to a college offering Politics in Ireland

Students are required to apply directly to the college of their choice along with TOEFL/IELTS scores.
 
 
 

Study Humanities in Ireland

Ireland is quite popular when it comes to study and research of Human culture. With tales of Vampires and legacy of Vikings, the Island (which was formed by volcano eruption) is one of the perfect places to pursue education in Archaeology, Anthropology, History and other related specialisation. Though Ireland is popular for Humanities at postgraduate or doctoral courses but the country also offers undergraduate courses as well. 
 
 

How to apply to a college offering Humanities in Ireland

Students are required to apply directly to the college of their choice along with TOEFL/IELTS scores.
 

 

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