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MA in Child Family & Community Studies 

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MA in Child Family & Community Studies
 at 
TU Dublin 
Overview

TU Dublin offers a 1 year long MA in Child Family & Community Studies course. This course is offered by College of Arts & Tourism department of the university. The primary stream of this course is Teaching & Education. The tuition fees to pursue this program is Euro 13500. English language proficiency test accepted for admission to TU Dublin MA in Child Family & Community Studies is IELTS.

Duration

1 year

Course Level

PG Degree

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Tuition & Fees

12.02 Lakh
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Type of University

Public

MA in Child Family & Community Studies
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TU Dublin 
Highlights

  • MA in Child Family & Community Studies is offered by College of Arts & Tourism under Technological University Dublin, Ireland.
    This a Masters level program of a course duration of 1 Years.
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MA in Child Family & Community Studies
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TU Dublin 
Rankings

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TU Dublin 
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MA in Child Family & Community Studies
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Fees

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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Euro = INR 89.04 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 8ᵗʰ May 2023

MA in Child Family & Community Studies
 at 
TU Dublin 
Scholarships

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Technological University Dublin
Students Ratings & Reviews

4.2/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Friendly
  • Fun loving
  • Multi-dimensional
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  • 100% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4
Part time work4.3
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life4.3
Value for money4.3
Public transportation4.3
Safety3.7
Indian Food4.3
Permanent Immigration4.3
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MSc in Electronic and Communications Engineering - Batch of 2024
4.8
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Finest and biggest especially the city campus has good labs.
Tips: It's a public university and one of the top one in Ireland. They help in every aspect to develop ourselves. There is no scholarship for my course but the fees is affordable. I am satisfied with my university and the course. Ireland is also a very welcoming and good nation to study.
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MSc in Computer Science (Data Science) - Batch of 2024
4.9
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Great university and great faculties
Tips: It’s a great university for technical courses, being a technological university, so choose it for those courses. I would suggest you check the critical skills list and check out which courses will help you get into the critical skill jobs, which will help you maximize your investment.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): The critical skills employment permit is a great way to easily get a permanent immigrant or even naturalization status. It takes only 2 years on CSEP to get permanent resident status and after just 5 years you can apply for naturalization too, which is a great perk.
Dislikes (Safety): The city has a drug addiction problem, there are junkies everywhere in the city, and if not junkies you’ll face alcoholics who’ll harass you for money. Although if you are street smart, these issues won’t bother you much and you can pretty much enjoy your life here.
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This place requires hard work.
Tips: Students need to be very proactive. The students will be pressured to work very hard. No scholarships are being provided unless you are an excellent student. I am quite satisfied with my university as I don't mind working hard.
Likes (Quality of faculty): The professors here in the university are good but not very well versed in teaching. The way they teach is they will display a PowerPoint presentation of the topic and then deliver a lecture about it. That is the form of teaching that we experience here.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): Post study job opportunities are not very widely available. It is easier to get a job if you have experience. But if you lack experience it is harder to land a job. The issue of visas also comes into the picture. The recruiter mostly prefers people with 1g visa.
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MA in Child Family & Community Studies
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TU Dublin 
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