Why study MA Photography at Middlesex University?
At Middlesex, we take a highly practical approach to Photography that ensures that you spend the majority of your postgraduate study behind a camera, in a darkroom and experimenting with both new and traditional technology. Drawing on the expertise of a diverse range of professional photographers, guest lecturers, and technical advisers, you will enhance your knowledge and skills through a series of photographic projects using practice-led research and supportive written work.
Based on our University's £80 million Art and Design School, our course uses state-of-the-art resources to give you hands-on experience with industry-standard tools. With Apple Macintosh Pro workstations, A2 Epson printers, Hasselblad film scanners, studios, as well as a range of darkrooms including color, black and white, and digital, you'll have everything you need to push yourself to the frontier of your potential and take the next step towards a stimulating and successful career.
Innovative facilities that allow you to experiment with contemporary and traditional techniques while preparing you for the equipment, tools, cameras, software and standards expected in creative industries worldwide Masterclasses and workshops from high-profile speakers such as Simon Roberts, Dewi Lewis and Julian Calder Access to some of London's best photography resources, including the V&A Print and Drawing Study Room Flexible module structure to meet the needs, ambitions and abilities of students Explore subjects through video and photography, with several Abode Creative Suite and Final Cut Pro workstations Strong focus on professional presentation skills, such as printing and mounting your work Access to networking opportunities, world-leading research and expertise through the Art & Design Research Institute (ADRI) on campus As a student of this course you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module.
Find out more: http://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/photography
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Last updated February 18, 2018