Course Code: MPM
Duration: 1 Year
The Media Production Management degree is designed to equip dynamic creative students with the skills to play their part in transforming the increasingly globalised creative industries. The degree is designed to address many of the wider issues encountered by creative arts/media students and is focused on how their work can be developed, managed and marketed in the modern world.
It is a one-year progression course for students who have successfully completed a Higher National Diploma in Media/Digital/Music/Games/Art & Design (or related field) or have accumulated a minimum of 120 ECTS in media or related area.
The degree is awarded by Dublin City University and students have full access to all DCU facilities.
Higher National Diploma in Media, Creative Arts or related area with a merit/distinction profile or 120 ECTS in media or related area. Suitable HNDs include:
BA (Hons) Degree in Media Production Management, Dublin City University (NFQ Level 8)
As part of the interview process, you are required to prepare a 200 – 300-word proposal for a practical project you would like to complete during the degree year. This is used to assess your ability to communicate a project proposal in written form. At this stage, you do not have to secure a client and you are free to change your idea if you are offered a place on the programme.
The project proposal should outline the following:
Ms. Christine Moynihan
The creative industries are amongst the most rapidly growing sectors of the global economy in the 21st century and are providing many exciting opportunities. Graduates from the degree are working around the world in a wide variety of roles in the media, music industry, digital media, marketing and the public sector. Recent graduates are working for RTE, TV3, Newstalk, Reuters, Core Media, LinkedIn, IMRO, Maximum Media, BBC, Pay Pal, Google and eBay.
Some graduates choose to continue their education and pursue postgraduate studies at masters and doctoral level.