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Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

A Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Photography prepares students for advanced jobs in the industry. Among the positions available for photography graduates are senior positions in commercial or industrial, fine arts, news or scientific photography, as well as portrait work.

Top Master Programs in Photography in Italy 2019

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Master in Fashion Photography

Ferrari Fashion School
Campus Full-time 8 months Request Info Italy Milan

The Fashion Photography Master is aimed to those who have the passion for Photography and Fashion, and its goal is to illustrate in detail the processes and the work methods to realize a professional fashion photo shooting and the production of a highly professional portfolio.

Master in Photography

RM Milan - International Fashion and Design School
Campus Full-time 10 months November 2019 Italy Milan

Why? Photography means providing a useful and interesting model of the world, one that helps us love reality by talking about it. To be a photographer is no longer a craftsman trade. Digital technology forces him to shrug off the obsession with the technique in favor of a mindset increasingly related to the ability to see, to interpret and to narrate.

Master in photography

RM Istituto Moda e Design Milano
Campus Full-time 10 months October 2019 Italy Milan

Ten extraordinary months. Ten international photography professionals in the classroom, one monthly, with their key figures. Ten unique opportunities to learn directly from the protagonists. Master of Raffles Milan. Finally somebody thought of us. Photographing means propose a model of the useful and interesting world, telling reality that helps us to love it. The photographer is no longer a craft job. Digital technology drives it to "shake off" the obsession of the technique in favor of a logic increasingly linked to being able to see, to know how to interpret and to know how to tell.