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Photography

Gain or boost your specialist photography skills, from digital to experimental, landscape and portrait, and Photoshop image editing skills.

Develop a career in the exciting and creative photography industry.

Study with us and you will get the technical and employability skills you need to kick start or progress an exciting career in photography.

You will take part in live projects and masterclasses run by industry experts, so you'll practice your new skills from day one. 

Our programmes enable you to develop skills in:

  • digital photography
  • photo and video editing utilising the latest digital software
  • project management
  • communication

Subjects 

  • Photography and digital imaging - Expand your knowledge, skills and understanding of photography and related software tools. We'll get you ready for further study or employment.

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Qualifications

We offer a range of qualifications accredited by the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL), a specialist university for the creative industries. Qualifications range from Level 2 (equivalent to GCSEs, grades A*-C or 9-4) to Level 3 (equivalent to A-levels).

Facilities

You will study your programme within a media centre, which consists of: a television studio, digital video and sound editing equipment, a radio studio and computing facilities. All students will follow a functional skills programme, working with specialist tutors on live practical projects.

You will have access to professional equipment and cutting-edge facilities, giving you the tools to develop your skills and discover your passion. 

Career pathways

A career pathway is a series of building blocks that will take you to your future career. This helps us equip you with the skills, attributes and knowledge that future employers want, giving you a greater chance of success.

Our career pathway maps will show you the best routes through college, higher education and employment and into the most popular industry sectors.



Industry partnerships

We work closely with local arts centres The Mill in Banbury and the Old Fire Station in Oxford.