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This BTEC HNC qualification provides a thorough grounding in the key concepts and practical skills required in the area of photography. Successful completion of the HNC in Photography will also grant the opportunity to move onto the HND in Photography (also delivered at the College), allowing further development of skills in photography.
This Photography course is taught at our multi-million pound Twelve Quays campus in Birkenhead.
You will learn about the many applications of photography with units including photographic techniques, fashion, portraiture and location based projects. Students will be introduced to both digital and traditional methods of photography.
- Professional Development
- Contextual Studies
- Techniques and Processes
- Lighting for Photography
- Pearson Set Individual Project
- Photography Practices
- Darkroom Photography
- Visual Narratives
Timetables of HNC study and assessment calendars will be available in course handbooks, provided following enrolment. HNC Photography students typically partake in classroom-based work one day a week. Class groups are expected to contain around 10-12 students, mixed of those studying both the HNC and HND in Photography.
The programme's specification with further information about how the course is assessed and put together can be found on the Pearson website here.
Entry is open to students with relevant qualifications at level 3. These could include an Access to Higher Education Diploma in any subject with Pass, Merit profile or other related Level 3 qualifications such as A-Levels.
Applicants are required to present a portfolio of their work and will be interviewed before being accepted onto the course.
Students who do not satisfy the entry criteria may be eligible by interview and evidence of relevant industry experience.
Students are required to have a DSLR camera and an external hard drive. Course staff can provide further information and recommendations regarding specific purchases during interview.
Assessment will be through a carefully selected mix of assignments and portfolio reviews. A selection of units on the course will be assessed through student presentations.
The course includes trips which students will be expected to make a financial contribution towards. Students will be required to meet the costs of printing and hanging their own work for exhibitions.
Starting 15th September 2020 - Ending - 25th June 2021
If you are aged 19 or over:
Fee : £5990.00
The fee quoted is for the academic year 2020-21. Find out more about student loans for Higher Education Programmes.
Course information correct at 28.08.20
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