Dublin City University


Course Name Journalism
Course Provider Dublin City University
Course Code DC600
Course Type Postgraduate
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major Dublin City University Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Qualification Letters MA
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment The programme commences in September 2023.
Application Date

Expand+Application Deadlines
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the programme is full or until the following dates:

• Closing date for non EU applicants is 1st July 2023
• Closing date for EU applicants is 31st July 2023


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Duration 1 year full-time.
Course Fee Full time:
EU Status Fee €8,450
Non EU Fee €16,000
Entry Requirements

For admission to the MA in Journalism programme, successful applicants will have -
• A degree at the level of an Irish or UK Honours undergraduate degree (H2.2 or above) or equivalent
• Applicants with appropriate combinations of...

Course Summary The Masters in Journalism provides wide-ranging training and education for those interested in the profession of journalism and related fields. It balances practical, theoretical, technical and analytical elements to address the changing media environment and the new, and increasingly diverse, demands being made on entrants to journalism.
Course Content

Expand+DCU’s School of Communications has just been ranked in the top 200 communications schools internationally. The only ranked Irish media/communications School in the QS ranking.

Programme Aims and Objectives
The programme provides training and ed...

Learning Outcomes Upon completion you will have the in-depth knowledge and aptitude to pursue a successful journalism career.

Upon completion, graduates will have the skills, in-depth knowledge and understanding to begin to pursue a successful journalism career, whether in newspapers, magazines, online or in television or radio.
Subjects Taught To view the current course structure, please visit the Provider's website.
Assessment Method Modules are marked, in part or in whole, by continuous assessment, namely simulated newsroom exercises, preparation of features and news stories, online activities, broadcast packages, seminar presentations, and essays. Examinations and in-class tests are set in some modules.
Careers or Further Progression

Your ability to write clearly, quickly and accurately, and to process information speedily will equip you for a wide range of careers, not just those in journalism. Graduates work in a wide range of areas, including mainstream journalism acr...

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