The Masters Degree is at Level 9 on the National Framework of Qualifications. There are two types of Masters Degree in Ireland. Firstly, there is the taught Masters Degree. This is awarded following the completion of a programme of one to two years duration. Entry to a programme leading to a taught Masters Degree is typically for holders of Honours Bachelor Degrees. In some cases, people with Ordinary Bachelor Degrees are admitted. In addition, there is the Research Masters Degree programmes, which typically last two years. Institutes of Technology, QQI and Universities award Masters Degrees.

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