Creative Commercial Communications Courses

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Do you have an interest in working in Creative Commercial Communications? If you have or want to develop your advertising skills, delve into the world of marketing and build a career in the field then this could be the course for you. 

What is Creative Commercial Communications?

This course is designed to provide creative commercial communications professionals with career-focused continuous professional development, with a focus on strategic, analytical, and leadership abilities informed by industry involvement.

What 3rd level courses are available?

Universities and colleges in Ireland are offering courses in creative commercial communications in the following subject areas:

  • MSc in Creative Commercial Communications – Technological University Dublin

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  • Advertising & Digital Communication – Creative – Level 9 NFQ
  • Communication Advertising & Marketing
  • Digital Marketing, Advertising & Communication
  • Advertising & Graphic Design
  • Creative Advertising & Digital Marketing
  • Advanced Communication & Presentation Skills 

Studying Intelligent Systems in college

Technological University Dublin’s Creative Commercial Communications degree is the outcome of a unique relationship between TU Dublin and The Institute of Advertising Practitioners in Ireland (IAPI), and it was designed with substantial input from both industry and academia.

This program spans two semesters and consists of 30 ECTS credits split between two modules: Business Research Methods (5 credits) and Creative Commercial Communications Consultancy Project (5 credits).

The Business Research Methods module is intended to assist you in addressing the issues of defining and establishing research objectives, starting a research project, evaluating and selecting appropriate approaches (including methods), and coming to a sound, rigorous conclusion. It prepares individuals to conduct independent research by improving their research abilities.

Participants must complete a real-time project on behalf of a commercial communications firm as part of the Consultancy Project, which is an innovative and practical component of the program. The majority of participants are expected to perform a project on behalf of their sponsoring organization. Some participants, on the other hand, may select an organization or industry sector that is appropriate to their next career stage. With the help of a practitioner mentor and an academic supervisor, you will work independently.

Each module on the Postgraduate Diploma may also be taken as a short CPD Certificate program, however, you must complete the first module, CPD in Contemporary Marketing and Communications, before undertaking the other CPD modules and the last module, CPD in Leadership in Commercial Creativity, may only be taken when all other modules are completed. 

Career Options

Students who study creative commercial communications learn to evaluate the requirements and preferences of readers, viewers, and listeners. They have the imagination to come up with novel ways to communicate their messages.

Communications majors learn how to plan, manage, and execute initiatives, programs, and events. They must be meticulous in their attention to detail while still comprehending the big picture. Because communications efforts are frequently criticized and fail, communications majors learn to accept negative feedback and deal with less-than-successful ventures. Your final decision on a career in communications will be impacted by your interests, talents, and values, but here are some intriguing options to consider.

Related jobs include:

  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Meeting/Event Planner
  • College Alumni and Development Officers
  • Media Planner
  • Social Media Manager
  • Business Reporter
  • Brand Manager
  • Sales Representative

FAQ

Why should I study Creative Commercial Communication?

The need for accredited education and qualifications across the Creative Commercial Communications industry has been highlighted for some time. The sector has become progressively more consultative and strategic in its’ offering and, clients rely on and demand a high level of expertise and insights from agencies and their staff.

What is the reward for this program?

The award for this program is a Postgraduate Diploma in Commercial Creative Communications with a classification of Distinction, Merit Grade 1 Merit Grade 2, and Pass.

What are the minimum entry requirements?

Applicants must hold a second-class honors bachelor’s degree in any discipline (2.2 or better) or an equivalent third-level certificate.

Applicants who do not satisfy the usual entrance requirements but have relevant prior experiential learning may be recommended for exceptional entry by the Programme Director by submitting an Exceptional Entry application to the College Board sub-committee.

Applicants to the PG Diploma in Creative Commercial Communications who have more than 5 years of commercial communications experience are excluded from the Contemporary Marketing and Communications module.

If English isn’t your first language, you’ll need to show proof of your English language skills, as outlined on our website. Applicants for this program must have an overall IELTS (Academic Version) English Proficiency score of 6.5 (or equivalent), with a score of 6 in each component.

Where can I study Creative Commercial Communication?

For other courses in the area you would like to explore, you can do so here.

Did you know?

  • The most expensive commercial was created by “Chanel”. Its price was 33 million dollars, 3 million of which were given to Nicole Kidman, who cast in the clip.
  • Pharmaceutical companies spend on advertising much more money than on researches. To outline, 24% of their incomes go on promotion and only 13% – on researches.
  • Marketers that promote food industry products are considered to be the most numerous group of advertisers.
  • The launch of the “Dove” commercial “Evolution of Beauty” has become the first viral sensation in the history of marketing. Just after one night, the number of views was more the 1 million. The clip reveals the backstage life of the fashion industry.

Mariza Halliday

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