This flexible, one-year taught postgraduate programme offers students with a first university degree the opportunity for intensive study in Celtic and Scottish Studies.
Students choose from a wide range of courses and also have the option of organising their study along one of three pathways: Traditional Arts and Culture; Medieval and Early Modern Celtic; Gaelic Development and Policy.
The programme draws upon the research and teaching strengths of our staff.
You will develop your knowledge and understanding across a variety of areas.
You will be taught primarily through seminars and assessed by essays and a dissertation.
Your programme handbook provides you with information on university regulations, assessment deadlines and support available.
You can apply for this programme online.
This article was published on Sep 9, 2013