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Should an individual decide to gain additional certification that they are qualified in a field of study, they may decide to gain a postgraduate diploma. This type of diploma is attained after one has first completed a master's degree.

Photography programs usually include a variety of subjects, including composition, aesthetic theory, lighting, development, processing, and even ethics. Students may work with digital or film cameras to produce a variety of images.

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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 (jribof@iefc.cat).... [-]

Spain Barcelona
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Spanish
Full-time
Campus
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 (jribof@iefc.cat).... [-]

Spain Barcelona
September 2020
Spanish
Full-time
Campus