Foundation Degree (FdA) Photography UCAS Code W640 (2 Years) Level 5
Practical and contemporary: a career-focussed photography course for undergraduates
Our photography programmes provide at the core an engaging framework in contemporary photography. Students develop a strong understanding of visual culture and artistic freedom in art and commercial practices.
This two-year Foundation Degree (FdA) in Photography is delivered at Barking & Dagenham College's Rush Green campus, in partnership with UEL (University of East London). If you successfully complete the FdA Photography programme you could move on to study for the BA (Hons) in Photography, which is also offered in partnership with UEL.
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Course details and fees
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Day Rush Green Campus - View map Sep 2018 to Jun 2020 HE StudentsApply
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Rush Green Campus, Essex, RM7 0XU - View map
Annual Fees* - see disclaimer below
Tuition fee: £5000.00
Exam fee: £.00
Total fee: £5000.00
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Barking & Dagenham College reserve the right to change course details. Please note that the fees displayed are for the entire course for all one year courses. Where the course duration is more than 1 year additional fees apply for subsequent year(s).All course fees are currently based on 2016/17 courses, fees for courses starting from September 2017 onwards may be higher. All courses are subject to satisfactory numbers being accepted. Barking & Dagenham College reserves the right in their absolute discretion to cancel any course which cannot be run economically. Awarding Boards also change courses from time to time. Barking & Dagenham College cannot accept responsibility if the college is closed due to industrial action, adverse weather conditions or natural disasters.