- History of Journalism
- What’s different about Radio Journalism
- Investigative Journalism
- Journalistic Ethics
- Journalism and legal issues
- News source
- Journalism, Social Media and internet
- Use of language
- Radio Journalism interviews
- Writing for Radio
- Voice training techniques
- Radio documentaries
- Working as a freelance Radio journalist
- Production: editing and assembling audio clips
Immerse yourself in the world of Radio Journalism and find your own path into a dynamic, fast-paced, communications career.
On successful completion of this course you will receive a diploma in Radio Journalism issued by the Irish Academy of Public Relations.
Our Radio Journalism diploma is internationally endorsed and practised in 50 countries all over the world, in 6 different languages.
What they say about Radio Journalism
As a former graduate of the Irish Academy’s Journalism course, I had no hesitation in returning to undertake the Diploma in Radio Journalism. The flexible, online approach was key for me as I work full-time. This course gave me an excellent insight into the whole area of radio journalism and the tutor input was fantastic. There is a really good balance between the practical and the theoretical and each of the 20 modules are really engaging. I never thought I would say this about a final assignment but it was a very enjoyable experience! I have to also acknowledge the support from Chris, the Student Liaison Officer who was fantastic in terms of feedback and answering any queries throughout. If you are looking to up skill in any area of media production then definitely look no further than the Irish Academy of Public Relations.
Radio Journalism Graduate
The quality of teaching at the Irish Academy is excellent, with great attention to detail. I had not imagined that I would learn so much. I was guided always in a friendly and supportive manner which made the whole experience extremely enjoyable. In addition, there was always a member of staff that could be approached if you needed help with any administrative aspect of the course, whom again were friendly and approachable. I would highly recommend this course to anyone wanting a qualitative experience from the educational process.
Radio Journalism Graduate
Next Start Date
Duration: We send you a text module every week, which is enhanced with specially created audio and video files. You’ll be able to complete your course in 20 weeks. We know life can be busy and it’s easy to fall behind, so we give you up to 1 year to complete the course. During this time, you will have full access to our resources, as well as dedicated support from the student liaison officer and your own personal tutor.
In order to meet your needs, fees can be paid either upfront or in 4 equal installments over a period of 4 months.
If you pay in installments, no extra charges will be applied!
Free Consultation with the Director
When you enroll for a professional course, you are investing a significant amount of money in yourself and in your future. It’s a big decision, you need to take your time. Most of all, it’s important that you know exactly where you want to go with this qualification.We have been teaching radio courses for more than a decade. We’ve taught people from a mix of different backgrounds and countries. Some work in radio, others are interviewed on radio programmes and some create podcasts for their business. If you have any doubts about a career in Radio Journalism, our director will speak with you about your background, your interests, your goals, and whether or not this course is the right one for you.