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BA in Creative Digital Media at IT Tallaght

Posted on October 17, 2017

As a Creative Media student at IT Tallaght, you’ll be thinking, designing and creating from your first days in the door. The course attracts ambitious, talented people who want a practical, hands-on education that prepares them for careers in the media and cultural sectors.

An exciting range of practice-based modules allows students to specialise as they move through the programme. You’ll also be studying and discussing the role of the media in society keeping an eye to emerging 21st century social and technological trends.

To give you an idea of what's involved in the course, our website was designed and developed by third year students as part of their project work, have a look here.


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