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. Upon completion you will have the in-depth knowledge and aptitude to pursue a successful journalism career.
To train people to be critical journalists across evolving media platforms.
To equip you with the skills necessary to sustain serious journalism that engages successfully with a broad range of readers and audiences, in print, online and across the airwaves.
The longest-established Masters in Journalism programme in Ireland.
Very experienced and highly versatile lecturers.
A broad mix of professional and intellectual training.
A programme that has excellent working-relationships with media organisations, ensuring relevancy and up-to-the-minute content .
An optimistic vision of the continuing need for serious journalism across all media platforms.
A programme that has been producing excellent national and international journalists for over 30 years.
Candidates should note that entry to the programme is competitive. Places will be offered on a a first-come first-served basis via Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC) website (www.pac.ie).
In order to maintain the strict fairness of the process, canvassing is forbidden and will result in disqualification of the candidate.