Taught course

Photography

Institution
University for the Creative Arts · Photography
Qualifications
MFA

Entry requirements

Honours degree, normally 2.1 or above, and/or relevant work experience.

Months of entry

September

Course content

MFA Photography offers you a rare opportunity for extended study and practice over two years at Masters level.

A distinctive feature of our course is the development of a high level of professional and research-based knowledge on the subject of photography. This gives you a unique perspective to enable you to be successful in this internationally expanding field.

You'll study units which provide inter-connected 'streams' of study, that serve to integrate theoretical and research methodologies with practice-based work. You can either take a visual or written approach to your studies or a combination of both.

On our MFA Photography course, you're encouraged to explore the medium of photography and its related theoretical fields in an experimental manner and with an open mind. You should develop excellent technical skills, creative vision and academic understanding on our course.

As part of the MFA, you'll be introduced to a wide range of global photographic disciplines and benefit from our unique relationship with the National Institute of Design in India. You can even take the opportunity to visit the Institute as part of our exchange/work placement programme. The availability of our work placements both in the UK and abroad will help you to develop a good understanding of the working world of photography.

Qualification and course duration

MFA

full time
24 months

Course contact details

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