Applications are still open for the Bachelor of Photography at Australia’s Number 1 Photography College!
Find out more:
- Call us now on 96823191 or contact our Communications & Students Officer, Maria Duarte via 0408 324 164 or email@example.com
- Click on the Enquire Now button at the top right hand corner of this page!
- Complete the PSC Application Form (see below) and submit to us directly.
VTAC Applications are now closed. If you applied through VTAC and put our Bachelor of Photography as your number 1 preference, you will have received your round 1 offer on the 16 January 2018. If you havent heard from us please call us immediately!
Direct applications are still open. Limited places avaiable so apply now!
Its that simple! So call us, email us or submit your application now and get ready to start your exciting new course and career!
1. Go to the International student section on this website.
> international students
2. Go directly to the application form for international students
> application form for international students
SEAS (Special Entry Access Scheme) - PSC gives consideration to applicants who can demonstrate they have not been able to reach their full potential due to life circumstances or circumstances beyond their control.
The commercial photography major allows you to enter into a wide range of commercial photography careers. You will develop exceptional skills in professional lighting, digital and moving image, setting you up for leadership roles in the industry. After completing the commercial major, you will have the opportunity to excel in careers involving fashion, advertising, architecture, sport, portrait and wedding photography.
The art major allows you to specialise in the world of contemporary art photography, exhibiting and publishing your work nationally and internationally. This program is designed for students wishing to develop their distinctive and individual style and work in the creative industries. You will develop a critical awareness of current art practices, preparing you for graduate study and professional art careers.
The photojournalism major will ignite your passion for communication and allow you to specialise in this exciting, fast-paced industry. After completing this major, you will have the opportunity to work in a diverse range of international media platforms including, visual content production, on-line and digital publishing, moving image and documentary film making. Graduates engage in a variety of careers involving media, editorial, travel and documentary photography.
Images (top to bottom): Adina Kraus, Bill Bate, Daniel O'Neill
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