Yes, students can gain experience by writing for The Circular, Griffith's online publication. The website covers topics such as News, Lifestyle, Sport and Opinion. 

You can visit The Circular here, and contact the team if you wish to contribute, here. 

Graduates of the Journalism & Media faculty have worked in RTE Radio, Today FM, Spin, Newstalk, FM104, RTE TV, TV3, NBC, Facebook, Google, and many more.

Many Griffith alumni are found across the magazine sector, other regional commercial radio stations and weekly newspapers. A number of graduates are professional contract photographers or work independently in the film & TV sector.

NUJ recognition of our degree and masters programmes entitles students to apply for a NUJ Press Card for the duration of their course.

Journalism & Media students can enjoy access to:

  • On-campus radio station
  • Broadcasting studios (1 on-air and 1 off-air)
  • 4 photography studios
  • 2 dark rooms
  • 1 TV & video studio
  • 1 sound engineering studio
  • 2 multimedia production rooms
  • Multiple student publications