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Modern History Studies degrees in Ireland

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Study a Modern History Studies degree in Ireland in 2024

A bachelor's degree in modern history will allow you to blend the theoretical nature of history with the practical applications of your knowledge in today’s world. A modern history degree usually takes 3-4 years to complete when studied full-time. During a modern history degree, you will be able to study various modules, such as an introduction to modern history, gender in history, and political history, among others.

Tuition fees for international students will vary, depending on where you are from and where you wish to study. You might be eligible for a scholarship or a grant, which will help with the cost of studying abroad. Modern history graduates can either pursue further studies, or look for a job in the field.

Study in Ireland

With a reputation for being one of the worlds friendliest countries, Ireland would be a great choice for an international student. As well as this, there are many highly ranked universities in Ireland, who are welcoming more and more international students into their communities each year. Several of the universities in Ireland are ranked in the QS World University rankings, which displays the country's ability to offer a top quality university education to students from all over the world.

See our detailed guide to studying in Ireland for international students.

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