Honeycomb – Creative Works is funding four fully accredited postgraduate modules to be delivered by the University of Ulster and Dundalk Institute of Technology. Places on the modules below will be available at no cost to successful applicants.
You are not required to attend more than one module, although you may apply for as many modules as you wish.
Applications open September 3rd, and various closing dates apply between September 17th and 29th depending on the module.
- You must work or live in the INTERREG IVA eligible areas of Northern Ireland excluding Greater Belfast (Belfast, Carrickfergus, Newtownabbey, Lisburn, Castlereagh or North Down), border counties of the Republic of Ireland (Louth, Cavan, Monaghan, Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal), Western seaboard of Scotland (Lochaber, Skye and Lochalsh, Arran and Cumbrae and Argyll and Bute, Dumfries and Galloway, East Ayrshire and North Ayrshire mainland and South Ayrshire).
- You must hold a primary degree (Level 6 QCF in Northern Ireland, Level 7 NFQ in the Republic of Ireland or equivalent in Scotland)
- You must attend all mandatory teaching sessions, and make every effort to attend any optional sessions.
- Preference will be given to those whose income is derived from work in the creative industries.
- The decision of the selection panel is final.
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Copyright has real-life impacts on society. This is especially so with regards to copyright protection of rights to material usually disseminated digitally, such as music, videos, video-games, animation and digital film.
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In a dynamic market where there is increased uncertainty and competitive pressure, the entrepreneurs of small creative industry firms in Northern Ireland need to acquire the relevant and practical skills to develop a legacy for entrepreneurs in the creative industry that will drive business growth.