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  • Qualification

    MA - Master of Arts

  • Location

    London College of Communication

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date

    10-JAN-22, 19-APR-22, 03-OCT-22

  • Duration

    15 months

Course summary

MA Photography at London College of Communication offers a variety of conceptual approaches to thinking, writing and exhibiting photography. As a research-led course, it equips students for a wider inquiry into the interdisciplinary aspects of the photographic medium by developing a single exhibition project over the 15-months duration of the course.

MA Photography attracts a broad range of practitioners, from backgrounds in fine art, sculpture, and other areas of media practice as well as related theoretical subject disciplines. They are united by a desire to develop a distinctive practice with a high level of conceptual resolution.

What can you expect?

There are both analogue and digital photography facilities at London College of Communication, including colour and black-and-white darkrooms, photographic studios and a Mac-based digital suite including Imacon scanners, as well as medium and large format analogue cameras, digital cameras, HD video cameras and lighting equipment. Students also have access to other technical facilities such as the 3D workshop, book binding or screen-printing.

Assessment methods

This course is assessed through: Initial, Intermediate and Final Project Proposal; Critical Context Review and Critical Context Paper; Presentation; Self-evaluation; Research documentation; Reflective portfolio; Body of work, exhibition, documentation and portfolio; Critical rationale.

Careers

MA Photography prepares graduates to research, develop and produce an individual fine art project to a high exhibition standard. They will also have developed the practical, critical and conceptual skills needed to work at a high level in related areas of photography and media practice. The course also provides graduates with a critical and professional understanding of the contemporary photography and fine art sectors which will prepare them for several career directions within the arts and media.

Application deadline

15 May 2021

Tuition fees

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(international fees)

£ 22,920per year

Tuition fees shown are for indicative purposes and may vary. Please check with the institution for most up to date details.

University information

University of the Arts London

  • University League Table

    43rd

  • Campus address

    University of the Arts London, 272 High Holborn, London, London, WC1V 7EY, England

Subject rankings

  • Subject ranking

    21st out of 85 1

    43rd out of 103 12

  • Entry standards

    / Max 239
    145 66%

    25th

    4
  • Graduate prospects

    / Max 100
    60.0 60%

    40th

    3
  • Student satisfaction

    / Max 5
    3.98 80%

    66th

    1
  • Entry standards

    / Max 196
    128 67%

    41st

    11
  • Graduate prospects

    / Max 100
    46.0 46%

    79th

    41
  • Student satisfaction

    / Max 5
    3.95 79%

    69th

    13

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