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BA Hons Photography

BA Hons Photography

                                                                                                                                                                  

We run the first year of a fully accredited BA (Hons) course in Photography here at Carmel College.

We follow the exact same course structure as the University of Salford, with the same modules and opportunities, only your first year is based here at Carmel College. The second and third years will be studied at the landmark New Adelphi building, the University of Salford's pioneering new build.

Find out more about studying at the University of Salford: Student Guide


10 benefits of studying the first year at Carmel:

  1. All students can look forward to a supportive environment where you are challenged to achieve the very best you are capable of.
  2. It is a small provision; this means more tutor time to help you develop as a photographer.
  3. We have an enviable record of ex-Carmel students securing jobs in the Creative Industries.
  4. We deliver a quality provision and the student is at the heart of what we do. We were inspected in 2009 and 2014 by QAA.
  5. Photography graduates could go on to be exhibiting photographers, lecturers, art directors, conservators, arts administrators, digital artists, picture researchers, studio managers or even running their own practice.
  6. The Arts at Carmel are performing brilliantly at all levels, which means you are part of a thriving and energetic faculty across all the art disciplines.
  7. Carmel offers fantastic purpose-built facilities in our Centre for Art & Design.
  8. The course is available at reduced fees of £6000
  9. Smooth transition into year two at the University of Salford.
  10. Friendly, supportive and caring environment.

Please visit the Photography pages at the University of Salford for more information.

Application forms are available by contacting the Degree Coordinator, David Fox at: Davidf@carmel.ac.uk

 

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