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MA Culture and Colonialism at the National University of Ireland Galway

January 27, 2017 | By | No Comments

Studying MA Culture and Colonialism at NUI Galway, Parul Verma shares why her course is so engaging and why Ireland offers a literary seduction which is difficult to resist…

Ireland has produced some of the greatest writers in literature. From James Joyce and Oscar Wilde to Anne Enright and William Yeats. It is a dream destination for each and everyone who is seduced by archaic or modern literature. Any art student with a history, sociology, political science or a literature background will identify how Ireland has incorporated the arts within its national identity, right from fighting the British colonialism to achieving her independence. Hence, my interest in pursuing my higher education in Ireland couldn’t be more convincing.

MA Culture and Colonialism at the National University of Ireland, Galway

NUIG offers an MA programme which provides the developmental stimulation of both, the intellect and cultural experience, to its students.

If you are an art student, you’ll know the utter importance of critical thinking and giving birth to ideas that form the basis of any revolutionary and engaging literary work. This intellectual stimulation becomes necessary especially when reading and understanding the abstractions of words in literature. NUIG offers an MA programme which provides the developmental stimulation of both, the intellect and cultural experience, to its students. The programme is multi-disciplinary and aims to holistically gather literature, politics and culture from Ireland, India, Africa and the Middle East. Students critically engage with race and racial theories, imperialism, postcolonial experiences of the writers, neo-colonialsm, nationalist movements and the politics of development in the post colonial era.

NUIG offers that space to polish your critical engagements with politics of literature and beyond. The programme is aptly suited for students who have specific interest in postcolonial literature. The University offers generous Scholarly fellowships for any students who have a keen interest to pursue their research in literature after post graduation.

Different nationalities under one programme

The coming together of students of more that four different nationalities, the literary debates and the  discussions  becomes highly insightful and enriching.

From India, South Korea, Scotland to United States of America, my class is truly enriching in its cultural diversity. The coming together of students of more that four different nationalities, the literary debates and the  discussions  becomes highly insightful and enriching. The curriculum encourages the historical and political understanding of imperialism and post colonial era of various countries and the discussions in the class truly reflects the same. The faculty is the another reason why you can’t resist NUIG. The professors here, create a space where you can learn your infinite potential and unlearn your limits. A space where individuality of the student is encouraged and polished. Furthermore, a space which transforms a student from a reader to a substantial writer.

If you are an arts student who loves to read, critically think, passionately write and obtains a desire to pursue this passion up to a research scholarly level, then MA Culture and Colonialism in NUIG is the space for you. The programme will truly challenge your limits and will aid you in sparking out your literary potentials.

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