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.
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.
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