Master Of Science: For the academic year 2023-24, the tuition fees for the programme are about £9,840 for students from EU countries and £18,240 for students from countries outside of the EU.
Students from India are encouraged to submit applications to Trinity College Dublin for the Master of Science degree programme in Comparative Social Change that was designed by the Department of Sociology. The goal of the class, which is taught by the faculty of Fateh Education, is to impart information regarding the primary currents that drive the sociocultural and economic forces.
The second objective of the class is to provide students with the theoretical frameworks and practical research abilities that are required to comprehend the processes involved in global social change as well as the most pressing problems that this change creates. According to an official release, the theoretical component of the course consists of three mandatory modules, six optional modules, and a dissertation. Additionally, the student receives one-on-one supervisory help from a professional in the student’s chosen field of study.
“Because the programme is jointly provided by Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin, students benefit from a greater range of staff expertise in the areas of comparative research methodology and social change. This is true in terms of both the teaching and the research supervision that the students receive.”
“The programme uses the recent experience of Irish social change in a comparative European and global context to develop students’ knowledge of the social, cultural, and economic forces which lead to wider social change,” Suneet Singh Kochar, CEO of Fateh Education, said. “Both the course and the experience are immersive and thought-provoking.”
The deadline for submitting applications to the Master of Science in Comparative Social Change programme is July 31, 2023. The beginning of the degree programme is set for September 2023. It is a programme that lasts for an entire year. For the academic year 2023-24, the tuition fees for the programme are about £9,840 for students from EU countries and £18,240 for students from countries outside of the EU.
In order to meet the entry requirements, prospective applicants need to have earned a degree with an upper second-class honours grade (2.1) or its equivalent, and they should have academic references and a focus on the social sciences. According to the announcement, prospective students from other countries should have grade point averages of at least 3.0 out of 4.0 or their equivalent.
According to the information provided, all applicants whose first language is not English or who have not had their education conducted through the medium of English will be required to produce evidence of their proficiency in the English language.