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Film degrees in Ireland in 2024

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Film Studies BA

Trinity College Dublin Ireland

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Bachelor of Arts (Film & Digital Media) Bachelor

University of Galway Ireland

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Film and Screen Media BA (Hons)

University College Cork (UCC) Ireland

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Film Degrees in Ireland

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A bachelor's degree in Film blends the art of filmmaking with theoretical study. Undergraduate degrees usually take 3-4 years to complete. During a film degree, you might be offered the opportunity to study specialisations such as directing, screenwriting, world cinema, and others.

Tuition fees for international students varies depending on the country you are studying in, but scholarships and grants can help financially. Graduates of an undergraduate film degree can either choose to pursue further study, or look for a job in the industry to gain practical experience.

Study in Ireland

With a reputation for being one of the worlds friendliest countries, Ireland would be a great choice for an international student. As well as this, there are many highly ranked universities in Ireland, who are welcoming more and more international students into their communities each year. Several of the universities in Ireland are ranked in the QS World University rankings, which displays the country's ability to offer a top quality university education to students from all over the world.

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