Effective communication is critical to ensure efficient and seamless business operations. Not only that, but the ability to use our communication skills to influence people, be they potential customers, colleagues or stakeholders, is one of the most sought-after skills in the world today.

Ireland is making a name for itself on the world stage with internationally lauded authors, journalists, film directors and advertising agencies. Element Pictures, for example, one of the film production companies behind The Favourite, starring Olivia Coleman who was the winner of the 2019 Academy Award for best actress, is based in Ireland. Irish consumers make up a highly sophisticated and discerning audience, a wonderful challenge for anyone looking for a career in Communications.

Because people with a background in communication are in high demand, you will have your pick of places in which to complete your internship. If you’re looking for a more traditional communications placement, we can find you internships in Media, Publishing, Journalism, PR, Marketing or Advertising, but you might also consider Human Resources, Management, Social Work or Education to name but a few areas in which strong communication skills are essential.


Wherever you are placed, you will hone your writing, speaking and listening skills and put communication theories to the test in real-life situations where you can make a significant impact.

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At A Glance
Communications Ireland
Start Date
Determined by Student
Duration
8, 10 or 12 Weeks
Apply By
12 weeks prior to start date
Fees

8 week programme: €5235

10 week programme: €6045

12 week programme: €6675

What's included?
Airfare, materials for placement, mandatory health insurance, lunches and spending money aren’t included.
Application fee

€95 Non refundable

Commitment fee

€500 Non refundable

Scholarship
up to €1000