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Women & Gender Studies UCD School of Social Policy

Women & Gender Studies UCD School of Social Policy Women & Gender Studies UCD School of Social Policy Over thirty years, Gender Studies at UCD has become the most established programme of its kind in Ireland with a strong international reputation for feminist research, scholarship and engagement in public policy and activism. Our MA and Graduate Diploma in Gender Studies, engages with current debates on gender and social justice through theoretical and policy oriented perspectives on feminism, masculinities, queer and sexualities studies. Our programme offers students an opportunity to examine gender, race, social class, ethnicity, disability and intersectional approaches to understanding inequalities in a changing and globalising context. Our interdisciplinary global faculty come from a range of academic and international policy and practice backgrounds to create a vibrant and rich classroom experience. This MA & Graduate Diploma in Gender Studies will appeal to students interested in challenging traditional ways of thinking and knowing. It will equip those who seek to transform gendered relations and achieve social and economic justice across, local and global levels, based on gender equality and social solidarity. University College Dublin is a leading research-intensive university. Our programmes include a well- recognised PhD programme, and a Masters and Graduate Diploma in Gender Studies from one of the top 1% universities in the world. UCD is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. UCD Gender Studies operates within the UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice. The School co-hosts the Centre for Gender, Feminisms & Sexualities (CGFS).