Photography Studies College (Melbourne) is registered as a non self accrediting Higher Education institution accredited to offer the Bachelor of Photography course.
Higher Education Provider no: 6537
Bachelor of Photography: V14334
PSC's Governing Council is responsible for the higher education course and delivery including oversight of the PSC Academic Board. The Council provides PSC with a wealth of experience in business, academic expertise, research, photography education, education policy and management.
Both the Bachelor of Photography and the Advanced Diploma of Photography are accredited by government bodies and recognized by the Australian peak industry body for photography, the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP).
PSC students are eligible for AUSTUDY. (If you need more information visit Centrelink's Austudy Payment webpage.)
PSC students undertaking full time study are eligible to apply for FEE HELP for the Bachelor of Photography or VET FEE HELP for the Advanced Diploma of Photography. See our Fees page for further details.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Photography and the Advanced Diploma of Photography are eligible to apply for full membership of the following Australian professional bodies:
Australian Institute of Professional Photography
Advertising, Commercial and Magazine Photographers
Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance
Australian Photojournalists Association
National Association of Visual Arts
For graduates of our Advanced Diploma program, there are two unique credit transfer/articulation arrangements available.
The first of these options can occur right here at PSC with Advanced Diploma graduates applying for the articulation pathway into the PSC Bachelor of Photography course.
Another long standing option provides a credit transfer/articulation arrangement between PSC and RMIT University, enabling PSC graduates to apply for either the BA Photography or BA Fine Arts.
Postgraduate study can continue from any of these qualifications