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Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education
Dave Gregg - Media Dept. Head
Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education, Coolock, Dublin 17
+353 1 8481400
coolock@cdcfe.cdetb.ie 
www.cdcfe.ie/courses/media

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA PRODUCTION

FETAC Level 5 Certificate
BTEC Higher National Diploma
BA (Honours) Final Year Entry Link

This three-year course provides a comprehensive study of the communication and media production business. The course is conducted in a relaxed yet stimulating environment and has both practical and academic dimensions. Students can gain hands-on skills and emphasis is on production of high quality media. Access to modern equipment enables students to reach professional production standards.

Many graduates of the course have become key figures within Ireland’s media industry. Graduates include Keith Alexander, chief sound engineer at Lime Street Sound in Dublin, Larry Bass, founder of ShinAwil Production, Aidan Crawley, freelance photographer, Naomi Moore, director at Windmill Lane Pulse Recording Studios, Conor Maloney and Tony Calally, directors of Cashmere Media, Liam McCormack, Bianca Luykx and Lottie Ryan, programme presenters with RTE, Karl Spain and Maeve Higgins, comedians.

Go to www.colaistedhulaigh.ie/courses/media/communication-and-media-production for more information.

FILM PRODUCTION

BTEC Higher National Diploma
BA (Honours) Final Year Entry Link

Patron: Damien O’Donnell

Damien O’ Donnell, BAFTA award winning director of East is East is a graduate of Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education. Damien has also directed films such as Heartlands and Inside I’m Dancing and is a prolific TV and cinema commercial director. As Patron of the Film Production course, Damien will visit the college once a year to give a key-note lecture to Film Production students.

Film Production offers a thorough study of film through both practical and academic avenues. Students will study key practical areas such as scriptwriting, directing, producing, sound, and lighting which will culminate in the creation of their own films. These areas are supplemented by the study of film history and related film theory.

Graduate films Stalking Colin Farrell, Elvis and Monsters, Wannabe and Larry the Bastard have all been screened on RTE. Larry the Bastard has also been screened on BBC. Films and screenplays produced by students on the course regularly feature as nominations at the SMEDIA Awards and in 2007, Shane Collier won a SMEDIA Award for Best Screenplay. Shane’s award was presented to him at a special reception in the college by course patron Damien O’Donnell.

Go to http://www.colaistedhulaigh.ie/courses/media/film-production for more information.

JOURNALISM

BTEC Higher National Diploma
BA (Honours) Final Year Entry Link

The Higher National Diploma in Journalism is designed for students who wish to gain employment in print, radio or television journalism, on-line publishing and other areas of creative or technical writing. Though the main focus of the course is good writing, skills such as word- processing, web design for publishing, image processing and desktop publishing will also be acquired. Additionally, students will be introduced to contemporary media issues, theories and debates and encouraged to examine their influence on media practice. During the course, students seek publication for their writing and thus build up a portfolio of work.

Graduates of the Journalism course include Joe Humphries of The Irish Times, Eamonn Falvey and Anthony Murnane of RTE, novelist and scriptwriter Trevor Colgan, sports journalists Pat O’ Rourke and Gordon Manning and Brian Whelan who is editor of Yahoo! Ireland.

Go to http://www.colaistedhulaigh.ie/courses/media/journalism for more information.

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