Full time & Part time September MA Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years
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Immerse yourself in the dynamic world of photography with the University of Westminster's Expanded Photography MA programme. This innovative course delves into various specialisms, including virtual photography, photobooks, and photojournalism, empowering you to explore new forms of creative expression. Gain expertise in cutting-edge technologies like 3D Scanning and AI, while honing your professional visual skills for diverse creative industries. The programme's unique blend of photography and image literacy equips you with a versatile skill set to thrive in today's visual culture. Benefit from top-notch facilities at the Harrow Campus, just a short tube ride from London's bustling cultural scene. With a focus on professional development, including mentorship sessions and career seminars, this MA prepares you for a successful career in photography, creative industries, or academia. Join a prestigious lineage of photographic pioneers and elevate your craft with the Expanded Photography MA.

About the course

The Expanded Photography MA embraces photography as an expanded field, encompassing specialisms such as virtual photography, photobooks, documentary, art, fashion, editorial, photojournalism and writing photography.

This course will motivate you into learning skills, developing knowledge and expanding expertise in the thinking and practice of photography. You’ll be empowered to produce new forms of independent practice and be inspired to work creatively, ethically and sustainably with expanded photography within the rapidly changing visual image culture and global environment.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of an upper second class honours degree (2:1) or a lower second class honours degree (2:2) with relevant experience in related subject areas.

Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of recent practice projects. This should be presented in digital form and be annotated to demonstrate the progression from brief or inspiration through to completion. All images should be fully captioned with date of completion, size and medium used. Applicants will also need to identify in writing (maximum 500 words) a specific area of personal interest, which they envisage studying in depth whilst on the course.

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