The number of places is limited. There are no entry exams. Classes are held in English.

The 2-year full-time program of the School of Creative Photography ( Poland, Europe) ends up with diploma collection of photographs on a chosen theme. The graduates receive the diploma – Fine Art Photographer. Every student presents his work during an individual exhibition in one of the galleries in Krakow. The educational philosophy is not to cram in information, but to release creative potential. This is accomplished through personal attention. The school’s program is composed in a way that allows the student to study all photography techniques. The School of Creative Photography ( Poland, Europe) is approved by the Polish Ministry of Culture and is listed in the Ministry’s Art School Directory. Photography School owns a professional computer lab, fully equipped in Adobe programmes package.

There are separate workshops for wedding photography, fashion photography, commercial graphics, advertising photography, staging photography, product photography, food photography, portrait, nude photography, reportage photography, figure photography, architecture photography, still life photography, experimental photography, landscape photography and visual arts, computer classes, presentation techniques and composition in photography . There also separate workshop for gum print (an old technique which changes ordinary photos into extremely attractive artistic works in long-lasting handmade process) and for liquid light photography (a technique of pacing photography on a different background like stones, wood, etc., involving the use of specific emulsion). Except for regular classes, students can attend photography studio for free.

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The school is located in a pleasant and historic part of the city, an area characterized by its 19th-century buildings. Its location is both central (less than one mile from the Wawel Castle) and convenient – a two-minute walk from public transport.

The school has two modern buildings.

Teachers

Central to the school’s philosophy is a concept of the artist-teacher. All teachers are employed part-time so they are able to pursue their professional carriers alongside their teaching. Many are established and distinguished photographers and bring to the school their invaluable professional experience. This system ensures that the students are taught by a variety of individuals who offer different perspectives. All teachers place a high value on the initiative, entrepreneurship, determination, evidence of experimentation, and the students’ willingness to look at the chosen subject with a fresh eye and an enquiring and critical mind. General arts classes are taught by university professors, artists with great professional achievements, participating in many international exhibitions We invite also international experts in various fields of photography and art: Lucia Benická (Slovakia), Gary Baseman (USA), Mark Bickerstaffe (UK), Ernestine Ruben (USA), Naomi Rosenblum (USA), Martin Pegler (UK), Carol Morgan (UK) and more. The educational philosophy is not to cram information but to release creative potential. This is accomplished through personal attention. Our success is based entirely on the flexibility, variety, and quality of the curriculum we offer. We attract students who want to invest in a creative education as their first step towards a fulfilling and expressive future.

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Language requirements

Classes will be held in English and command of the English language on an intermediate level is required. English classes are held for two years and Polish classes are held for the first year of education. We advise completing at least one-month Polish course prior to the beginning of the school year to make your life in Poland easier or to take Polish language courses in your country.

For our prospective students who decide to study Polish in Krakow, we are opening a one-month language course in September. The total cost of the month course (80 hours) is 300 Euros. The cost for people who are not our students is 400 Euro(80 hours). Payment must reach our bank account till 30 of July.

Duration

  • Full time: 2 year (4 semesters).
  • Weekly attendance 25-27 hours per week.

Fees

Education fees for European Union Citizens and citizens of Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary, Russia

Education at our school entitles you to a Polish visa.

Education fees in the school year 2019/2020:

Students are liable for bank charges and must instruct your bank accordingly.

  • Registration fee: 150 Euro
  • Education fees: 780 Euro per semester

Fees must be paid by transfer in Euro. Payment before the 15th of September and 15th of February.

Education fees for non-EU Citizens

Education fees in the school year 2019/2020:

Students are liable for bank charges and must instruct your bank accordingly.

  • Registration fee: 250 Euro
  • Education fees: 1500 Euro per Semester

Fees must be paid by transfer in Euro. Payment before the 15th of September and 15th of February.

Intensive Polish Language Course

The total cost of the course for our prospective students is 250 Euros per month (80 hours) which is much less in other Polish courses in Cracow (groups 5-10 people). Payment must reach our account by the 30th of June. Price for people who are not going to study with us is 300 Euros.

Program taught in:
  • English
  • Polish

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Last updated July 10, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sep 2019
Duration
4 semesters
Full-time
Price
780 EUR
- EU sudents (per semester); 1500 EUR - Non-EU students (per semester). Registration fee not included.
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