School of Philosophy, University College Dublin (UCD), IrelandSchool of Philosophy, University College Dublin (UCD) Save to shortlist
|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|Masters Degree||Full-time, Part-time||find out||September||EUR 6750 per year||EUR 18300 per year|
The School of Philosophy at University College Dublin is pleased to announce a new exciting one-year taught MA Programme on the topics of embodied consciousness and cognition.
The MA draws on the research interests of philosophers and cognitive scientists in UCD. It brings together expertise from the phenomenological and analytic traditions in philosophy as well as empirical approaches to the study of the mind/brain to offer a unique taught Masters course on a much discussed and important topic.
EU Fees are based on residency.
Scholarships for non-EU students are available from UCD International.
Candidates may apply for admission to the MA Degree Programme if they have obtained one of the following:
(i) A BA degree with at least Second Class Honours, Grade I in Philosophy (or in a subject where the degree programme contained a significant proportion of philosophical components)
(ii) A Joint-Honours BA degree with at least Second Class Honours, Grade I in Philosophy (or in a subject where the degree programme contained a significant proportion of philosophical components) and at least Second Class Honours, Grade II in the second subject
(iii) Second Class Honours, Grade I (or equivalent standard) in a relevant postgraduate diploma
(iv) Where the programme is interdiscplinary, applicants should have obtained the above in one of the core subjects of the MA programme.
However, all applicants will be assessed on a case-by-case basis so that in certain exceptional cases an award at a lower level or a 2.2 classification may be considered.
Fluency in English is a requirement. Candidates who have not completed their primary (bachelor's) degrees with English as the language of instruction will need to satisfy the University College Dublin's English Language Requirements.
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