MA Photography

Duration: 1 year

Course details

The program is based in the still image and gives an interdisciplinary approach which encourages students to explore the ever-expanding boundaries of the photographic medium to develop a distinctive body of work that is contextualised within a wider critical framework. By the end of the course, you will have prepared a substantial portfolio of creative and written work and have participated in a public exhibition and a publication.

MA Photography prepares you to research, develop and produce an individual fine art project to a high exhibition standard. You 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 will also bring you a critical and professional understanding of the contemporary photography and fine art sectors which will prepare you for a number of career directions within the arts and media.

Classes you will attend

  • MA Project

  • The Practice of Research

  • Photography: Histories and Criticism

  • Experiment and Practice

  • Photography: Interdisciplinary Practices and Contexts

Entry requirements

Minimum entry is a 2.1 honours degree in a related discipline.

Career possibilities

You will be equipped for a range of positions within the creative sector which include professional photography and arts practice, curatorial, editorial and design work as well as education.

You can expect to have these following positions after you graduate:

  • Working in art institutions (museums, community arts organisations…)
  • Photographer

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