You can enroll in a graduate diploma program upon completing a bachelor’s degree. The graduate diploma can confer upon you additional specialist knowledge and training for a specific career path. It might also help prepare you for a master’s degree if you need additional credits in coursework not taken at the bachelor’s level.
You might wonder, “What is a graduate diploma in photography?” This course helps you develop the practical skills necessary to become a professional photographer and guides you in creating a personal vision or style. You might study aesthetics, composition, and marketing. Most diploma programs require a portfolio of photographic work for completion. Some schools offer internships with local businesses as well.
While enrolled in a graduate diploma in photography you can learn about light and shadow and their effects on vision. You can also gain skills in time management and discipline. These are aptitudes that can help you be successful throughout your life.
Each school offering a graduate diploma in photography has different tuition and fees as well as other costs related to location, room and board, etc. You should contact the institutions in which you are interested to get a realistic estimate of expenses.
After completing your graduate diploma in photography, you may be prepared for a career as a photojournalist with a magazine or newspaper. You can also become a photography studio owner, a fashion photographer, or a wedding photographer. If you like to travel you could become a teacher of photography who organizes photo safaris for clients. Other possibilities include becoming an editor, publisher, or university instructor.
You can study for a graduate diploma in photography at many institutions worldwide. There are online courses as well, if you prefer a more flexible schedule. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya - IEFC
The postgraduate courses offered by the IEFC are designed to provide a specialized degree to photographers who have already completed the degree or who have equivalent kn
The postgraduate courses offered by the IEFC are designed to provide a specialized degree to photographers who have already completed the degree or who have equivalent knowledge.
Three different postgraduate courses are offered, which are obtained by completing a minimum of 120 hours of the Specialization Courses of one of the three areas in which they are structured, plus a final project that reflects the knowledge acquired.
The 120 hours can be done all of the chosen area, or at least 60% is specific and the rest of the other areas.
If you have taken a Specialization Course before , and want to obtain a postgraduate degree, you must send an email to the coordinator Joan Ribó (email@example.com)....