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Dublin Business School (DBS)
Admissions Office
13/14 Aungier Street, Dublin 2
+353 1 417 7500
admissions@dbs.ie 
www.dbscreativeartsandmedia.ie

Practical Courses

Diploma in Digital Video Production & Post-Production
Intake:  October & February
Schedule: Part-time – 10 weeks, 1 evening per week

Diploma in Drama & Theatre Studies
Intake:  September  (commencing 2012)
Part-time – 2 years, 1 evenings per week+ 5 weekends

 

Media Courses

BA (Hons) in Media & Cultural Studies
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake: September
Schedule:  Full-time – 3 years
Part-time - 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA (Hons) in Journalism
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake:  September
Schedule:  Full-time – 3 years
Part-time - 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA in Journalism & Media
NFQ Award Level: 7 (Ordinary Degree)
Intake:  September
Schedule:  Full-time – 3 years

Diploma in Journalism & Media Studies
Intake:
Intake: October
Schedule: Part-time – 1 year, 2 evenings per week

Diploma in Sports Journalism
Intake:  October & February
Part-time – 10 weeks, 1 evening per week

 

Academic Courses

BA (Hons) in Film Studies
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake: September
Schedule:  Full-time - 3 years
Part-time – 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA (Hons) in Film, Literature & Drama
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake: September
Schedule:  Full-time - 3 years
Part-time – 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA (Hons) in Media & Cultural Studies
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake:  September
Schedule:  Full-time – 3 years
Part-time - 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA (Hons) in Journalism
NFQ Award Level: 8 (Honours Degree)
Intake: September
Schedule: Full-time – 3 years
Part-time - 4 years, 2 evenings per week

BA in Journalism & Media
NFQ Award Level: 7 (Ordinary Degree)
Intake:  September
Schedule:  Full-time – 3 years

Diploma in Drama & Theatre Studies
Intake:  September  (commencing 2012)
Part-time – 2 years, 1 evenings per week+ 5 weekends

Diploma in Journalism & Media Studies
Intake:  October
Part-time – 1 year, 2 evenings per week

Diploma in Sports Journalism
Intake:  October & February
Schedule:  Part-time – 10 weeks, 1 evening per week

DBS Creative Arts & Media Website
As you explore our new DBS Creative Arts and Media site, you will find helpful information and tools for navigating our faculty. This new site offers students, DBS graduates and faculty alike a unique platform to showcase their creative work, interface with fellow students, lecturers and practitioners. Most importantly, it allows the film and media industries both here and abroad to witness the vibrant culture of professionalism we cultivate at Dublin Business School. You will also find useful links to a myriad of programmes and services offered through other student focused departments. We believe the Faculty of Creative Arts & Media offers some of the best academic and student-services programs around; our undergraduates are some of the most accomplished and motivated students anywhere. Find out for yourself. Use the site to learn more about what it takes to be a part of our community.


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http://www.dbs.ie/Media-Journalism/Courses-Listing.htm

www.dbscreativearts&media.ie

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