How to complete your BA in Photography
The Institute of Photography at Falmouth University has a global reputation for offering world-class teaching, facilities and resources. Read on to find out more about how you can complete your BA in Photography with a Top Up year at Falmouth.
BA Photography (Top Up) – who is this course for?
Students will have completed a 2-year foundation degree or an HND level course in related fields and are now looking to receive an internationally recognised undergraduate honours degree from a leading Photography Department. The course seeks learners who are creative, committed to working from others as well as working independently and who wish to produce work that offers something to society, the environment and/or the economy.
What is a Top Up course?
A Top Up degree is the equivalent to the final year of undergraduate study and takes a year to complete. As the name suggests, the course enables you to ‘top up’ an existing qualification – this could be a Foundation or other relevant qualification like a HND as mentioned above.
The Flexibility of the Top Up Photography BA
The Top Up course here at Falmouth offers students the chance to benefit from the prestigious teaching at the Institute of Photography, without having to work around a stringent timetable of classes. This makes the course particularly popular with individuals who might be working full time or have other commitments on the side.
Why study photography?
Are you looking to:
- Earn your living from photography?
- Develop your skills under the tutelage of successful individuals in the field?
- Pursue photography as part of a personal interest or hobby?
- Gain a globally recognised qualification in photography?
All are common and realistic reasons to study photography at degree level.
Photography is a multi-faceted subject area that delves into the creative and the technical whilst also cultivating historical, political and philosophical knowledge and analysis. The BA at Falmouth will equip you with an arsenal of transferable skills that will allow you to operate effectively in a professional capacity and on a global scale; these include entrepreneurship, communication and independent judgement.
What type of professional opportunities are within my reach with a Top Up BA?
Photography offers a diversity of job roles including exhibition curating, teaching, press photographer, television camera operator, web content manager to name just a few. Perhaps equally as importantly as offering a myriad of career opportunities, photography is an international language that offers individuals opportunity to pave their own personal journey within the new and evolving digital age.
Want to know more about the BA Photography top up at Falmouth University? Please get in touch with us or take look at our website for more detail surrounding the course.
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