For entry to the HND Year 2 candidates will need at least a pass at HNC (Photography) with a compatible unit structure, portfolio and satisfactory reference.
Mature students welcome.
International Entry Requirements
For application to HND year 2 candidates will need at least a pass at HNC (photography) with a compatible unit structure, electronic portfolio accepted from overseas students, High School Leaving Certificate, IELTS 6.0 or equivalent English certificate
The HNC award is made upon the accumulation of 120 credits from the units studied. These units may include:
- Visual Communication
- Ideas Generation and Development
- Contextual and Cultural Referencing
- Professional Practice
- Darkroom Practice
- Location Photography
- Studio Practice
- Lens-based Recording Techniques
The HND second year award is made on the total accumulation of 240 credits from the units studied. These units may include:
- Project design, Implementation and Evaluation
- Photographic Techniques
- Fashion Photography
- Advertising Photography
- Press Photography and Photo Journalism
- Critical Studies
- Personal and Professional Development
- Managing a Creative Business
HND (top-up) One year, full time. Next course start date September 2018
On completion of year one you will be credited with a BTEC Higher National Certificate in Photography.
On completion of year two you will be credited with a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Photography.
Tuition Fees 2017-2018:
HNC Award (Year 1) - Home/EU students - £4950 / International Students - £9000 plus awarding body fees and consumables.
HND Award (Year 2) - Home/EU students - £4950 / International Students - £9000 plus awarding body fees and consumables. Fees quoted are per year of study and may be subject to change - please contact us for the latest fees advice.
Awarding Body: Edexcel
Institution Code: K83
Course Code: DSLR
Campus Code: R
Course Codes - please ensure you select the correct code when making your UCAS application, using the Apply Now link below:
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