Key areas of study include photography production, media theory, research methods, concept development, media concepts and contexts and two collaborative projects.
Students work in fully equipped studios, using professional cameras and equipment. You’ll also have the opportunity to use the latest digital imaging software, alongside more traditional techniques for post-production work, giving you more chance to develop creative solutions to contemporary communication challenges.
Students may also submit for the Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE) of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP).
The course is supported by an impressive network of alumni, many of whom have risen to the top of their field. They frequently assist with professional placements and visit the college as guest speakers.
Please note: Modules and course content subject to change