See what our students have to say about their course or see examples of a variety of interesting projects they have completed by clicking course title above.
Our courses are tailored to suit both the creative media and business fields. Through collaborations with academics, creative media and industry practitioners, our courses are designed to reflect the desired content, technology and current professional practices and standards to heighten the employment opportunities of our graduates.
This Department has a young, innovative staff group whose passion in their specialised fields is evidenced by the dedication and enthusiasm with which they deliver their programmes. The Department has a number of very unique features to ensure the optimum experience is gained when you enrol on one of our courses i.e. our award winning Steps to Success Programme, (2011 AHECS Employability Award winner), ITT/KTP Connect, Transition Year Teaching Programme (TYTP) and Marketing Research Project.
What Do Our TV, Radio & New Media Students Have to Say?
"The TV, Radio and New Media Broadcasting course is delivered by friendly lecturers who know their stuff and are easy to contact if you ever run into problems. Radio broadcasting is the core subject in the Winter semester and we work with the award winning Radio Society to create programmes and inserts that we can broadcast on the college station, Bang FM. The Video/TV side of things is covered after Christmas and again working with like-minded people and approachable staff members gives us every opportunity to create future portfolio material - a crucial element in getting a job in the industry."
Tadhg Ryan, 2nd year student, BA (Honours) in TV, Radio and New Media Broadcasting
"From the very beginning you develop your love for a particular area in the course. My particular favourite was video production. While on work placement I worked with a reputable production company in Cork. On work placement, as time progresses you become more confident, capable and driven to accomplish tasks on your own. My main job was to help with video shoots for companies and to edit 3-5 minute videos. My editing skills improved enormously and before I knew it I was editing videos on my own. I am now continuing to work with the company and progress even more. I now feel excited to take what I achieved and learned to my final year project next year."
Stephanie Lynch, 3rd year student, BA (Honours) in TV, Radio and New Media Broadcasting