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Norwich University of the Arts

  • UCAS points
  • 64 - 120
  • University League Table
  • 84th

Photography (including Year 0) BA (Hons)

  • UCAS points

    64 - 64

  • UCAS code

    W641

University of Edinburgh

UCAS points

114 - 128

University League Table

12th

University of the Arts London

UCAS points

Not available

University League Table

43rd

Communication & Media Studies League Table

38th

Ulster University

UCAS points

104 - 123

University League Table

44th

Communication & Media Studies League Table

37th

Nottingham Trent University

UCAS points

112

University League Table

45th

Communication & Media Studies League Table

45th

University of Lincoln

UCAS points

64 - 112

University League Table

46th

Communication & Media Studies League Table

54th

Oxford Brookes University

UCAS points

112

University League Table

51st

Communication & Media Studies League Table

47th

Coventry University

UCAS points

112

University League Table

52nd

Communication & Media Studies League Table

44th

University of Huddersfield

UCAS points

120

University League Table

53rd

Communication & Media Studies League Table

88th

Bristol, University of the West of England

UCAS points

48 - 112

University League Table

55th

Communication & Media Studies League Table

39th

Studying Photography

Search through undergraduate Photography degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page will give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance. A degree in Photography will provide you with the skills and knowledge required for a career behind the lens. Courses will help you to develop the ability to capture powerful imagery, construct a portfolio of work, and work in both creative and commercial settings. You’ll learn a range of transferable skills too, from project management and presentation to critical thinking and problem-solving.