HNC Photography (Level 4)

General

Program Description

The HNC Diploma in Photography is a work-related programme focusing on a number of different elements of photography including location photography, photojournalism and studio-based practice. With a strong emphasis on specialist advanced techniques, as well as opportunities to develop a personal style through a professional portfolio, students will gain the practical skills and necessary knowledge to succeed in the photography sector.

Course Requirements

Higher National Certificate (1 Year)

  • Minimum age: 18
  • Four or five GCSEs (grades A*-C, (4) or above) or Level 2 qualification equivalent
  • Typically two A-levels (D or above), BTEC National Diploma or any NARIC recognised equivalence - every application is considered on an individual basis
  • English proficiency: IELTS 5.5 (with minimum 5.0 for each component) or equivalent (CEFR Level B2)
  • Mature applicants: (over 21) are considered subject to satisfactory literacy and numeracy, work experience (if applicable). All applicants will be required to attend an interview and complete a creativity task.

*This course will only run if there is a sufficient level of interest to ensure a satisfactory student experience and outcome.

Last updated Feb 2020

About the School

London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) is a specialist creative arts university offering a selection of leading career-focused undergraduate and short courses which are industry relevant, practica ... Read More

London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) is a specialist creative arts university offering a selection of leading career-focused undergraduate and short courses which are industry relevant, practical and innovative. As LCCA continues to grow, it remains that we offer our students great diversity in terms of their location of study in the United Kingdom. With our campus based in Central London, we provide the opportunity to study in the world’s capital of Art, Fashion, Design and Media. Read less
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