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The Irish language continues to form an integral part of Irish cultural life as a medium for education, music, literature, drama and television. The language has been spoken for over 2,000 years and boasts a vast early literature of world significance. The emphasis at Queens is on modern Irish language and literature as essential elements of contemporary Irish culture and society. Insight into the countrys earlier heritage is developed through the study of mythology, poetry, saga and folklore.
Including grade B in Irish.A-level General Studies and Critical Thinking are normally excluded from offers. However, the grade achieved may be taken into account when results are published in August and may be used in a tie-break situation.
Including grade H3 in Irish.
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.
Queen’s University Belfast is a historical and respected research university situated in the Northern Ireland capital. It offers students an outstanding education that draws upon its rich heritage and combines it with contemporary facilities and cutting-edge teaching methods.
Queen’s is a Russell Group university, meaning it’s one of the top 24 universities in the UK for research and considered one of the most prestigious in the country. Students who have the opportunity to study at Queen’s will benefit from its standing as a global leader in research and teaching quality.
The university provides its students with a well-rounded education during their time in Belfast.