Bachelor of Science TV and Media Production CW547

  • NFQ Level 7
  • CW547
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  • 3 Years
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What is the Course about?

The course is run by lecturers who have significant experience with outlets including CNN, Channel 4, Sky 1, RTE, TV3, CBeebies, BBC, ITV, RTE radio and Newstalk, as well as the independent and private sector. These lecturers include Scriptwriters, TV and Radio Producers, Directors, Animators, Editors and Camera Operators.

Students of this course will also benefit from the Institute’s recent investment in 4k cameras and suite of digital media studios.

It’s against this background that a hands-on degree course was developed in which students find themselves completely immersed in practical based modules designed to reflect a real-world working environment.

Special Features:

  • 60% of student contact time is practical.
  • 70% of the course is via continuous assessment rather than exams.
  • Dedicated TV and Radio studios
  • Editing facilities with all of the latest editing and animation software.
  • Our lecturers are award winning, including a BAFTA nomination, an IFTN winner and a BBC Radio Academy Award.

What follow-on study opportunities are available?

Graduates will have the opportunity to progress onto the BSc in TV and Media (Level 8/Honours).

What exemptions will I receive?




What will I be able to do when I finish the course?

Past graduates of this degree course have gone on to become camera-operators and editors with national and international TV stations; others have become independent producers and directors in both TV, radio and digital media.

What are the minimum entry requirements?

Leaving Certificate:

  • 5O6/H7

Subjects required:

  • English or Irish O6/H7
  • Mathematics O6/H7


For Further Information Contact

Programme Director
Trina Rea
BA (Hons), MA