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Top Colleges for Anthropology in Ireland

University of Limerick

ARWU Ranking 2019- 601

QS Ranking 2020- 521

THE Ranking 2020- 501

The University of Limerick was founded in the year 1972. It has been ranked 35th globally for Research Impact by Times Higher Education. The university has grown over the years to become one of the country’s best universities.

The university has a diverse student population of 15,000 students, including 2,500 international students.

It offers the following courses in the field of Anthropology-

Master of Arts (Ethnochoreology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 12,510 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 12,800 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Master of Arts (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Master of Arts (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Trinity College Dublin

ARWU Ranking 2020- 151

QS Ranking 2020- 108

THE Ranking 2020- 164

Trinity College was founded in the year 1592 by Queen Elizabeth.  It is also known as The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth. It is one of the oldest educational institutions in the country and is ranked number one college in Ireland.

The college is ranked 92nd in the world for Graduate Employability. It is committed to preparing students for the dynamic challenges of the 21st-century workplace. This college encourages entrepreneurial spirit and innovation by providing incubation programmes for student-led companies. It has been named as the leading university for producing venture-backed entrepreneurs in Europe.

It offers the following courses in the field of Anthropology-

MPhil (Race, Ethnicity, Conflict)-

Duration- 1 year

Graduate Diploma (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 12,800 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Master of Arts (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Master of Arts (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

University College Dublin

ARWU Ranking 2020- 301

QS Ranking 2020- 185

THE Ranking 2020- 201

University College Dublin is a public University and was founded in the year 1854. The university has made a unique and substantial contribution to the creation of modern Ireland since its inception.  It offers a number of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes.

The University is one of Europe’s leading research-intensive universities. The undergraduate education, innovation, community engagement, research, masters and PhD training form a dynamic spectrum of activities.

It offers the following courses in the field of Anthropology-

Graduate Diploma (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 12,800 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Master of Arts (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Master of Arts (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

University College Cork

ARWU Ranking 2020- 401

QS Ranking 2020- 310

THE Ranking 2020- 301

The University College Cork was established in the year 1845. It was one of the three Queen’s Colleges- at Galway, Belfast and Cork. The college has been ranked among the top 2 per cent of the educational institutions worldwide.

The degree that students get here is recognized by employers across the globe. The college has over 3000 international students from more than 104 different countries.

The college has been ranked Ireland’s and world’s safest campus. Also the international students in this college are found to be the happiest among all the colleges and universities in Ireland.

It offers the following courses in the field of Anthropology-

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Anthropology)-

Duration- 3 to 4 years

Fees- 13,000 Euro per year

Master of Arts (Anthropology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 14,000 Euros per year

Master of Arts (Migration- Contemporary Migration and Diaspora Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 13,000 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 12,800 Euros per year

Graduate Diploma (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Master of Arts (Irish Folklore and Ethnology)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Master of Arts (Race, Migration and Decolonial Studies)-

Duration- 1 year

Fees- 19,200 Euros per year

Maynooth University

QS Ranking 2020- 701

THE Ranking 2020- 301

Maynooth University was founded in the year 1795. It has a student population of 10,800, out of which 15% are international students. The last 20 years have seen the university grow rapidly in stature, scale and strength.

The university has four departments- Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy, and Department of Adult and Community Education.

The university offers the following courses in the field of Anthropology-

Master of Arts (Anthropology) –

Duration- 1 year

Master of Arts (Anthropology and Development) –

Duration- 1 year

MLitt (Anthropology)-

Duration- 2 years

Master of Arts (Linguistic Anthropology)-

Duration- 1 year

PhD (Anthropology)-

Duration- 4 years

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