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TUS graduate scoops prime prize at Digital Media Awards

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A GRADUATE from the Technological College of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest has gained a prime prize on the 2021 Digital Media Awards.

MSc Digital Advertising graduate Orla Donworth was named Digital Scholar of the 12 months on the awards ceremony.

Two different graduates from the Division of Advertising, Enterprise & Digital Communications’ course, Lynda Galvin and Sarah Sweeney had been additionally shortlisted for the distinguished award.

Congratulating the three TUS graduates Dean of College of Enterprise and Humanities Donnacha McNamara mentioned: “This award recognises excellent college students who perceive and might display the position that digital media performs in a contemporary firm or model.

“In making use of to the awards, the scholars submitted elements of their Digital Consultancy Initiatives from their MSc in Digital Advertising within the areas of social media, e-business and web site design.

“The Digital Media Awards, operating for 18 years are probably the most prestigious digital awards in Eire.

“They recognise creativity and innovation throughout a number of areas of an ever-evolving sector which incorporates digital content material creation, promoting and advertising and marketing, cellular media, social networking, app growth, net design and growth.”

Head of Division Advertising, Enterprise and Digital Communications in TUS Dr James Griffin paid tribute to each the scholars and the workers who helped them to be taught and excel of their chosen subject.

“Now in its third yr, the MSc in Digital Advertising at TUS continues to go from energy to energy in attracting excessive calibre college students from throughout a variety of disciplines who’ve gone on to launch profitable digital careers,” he mentioned.

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