BA (Hons) Photography L6 Direct Entry UCAS Code CA08 (1 Year)
Stretch your creativity and focus on your photography career
You'll be studying within 15 miles of central London where the largest number of photographers and photographic companies in the UK have their premises. This proximity enables you to build meaningful industry links during your work placement and enables staff to organise regular visits to exhibitions, festivals and events.
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 BA (Hons) in Photography is offered in partnership with UEL (University of East London). Successful completion of the BA (Hons) in Photography at Barking & Dagenham College leads to the award of a BA (Hons) in Photography by University of East London.
Scroll down this page and you'll find all the information you need to ensure that this course is one of your top UCAS choices if you are applying for entry next year: UCAS code W641.
Course details and fees
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Day Rush Green Campus - View map Sep 2019 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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