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Photography and Digital Image Top-Up BA (Hons)

Photography and Digital Image Top-Up BA (Hons)

About Studying at UCO
Key Information

Start date:September

Institutional code:O10

UCAS code:W615

Duration:1 year

Course type:Full Time

Fees per year: £7500

Additional costs per year:£200


Delivery Method:Face-to-face via Lectures, Seminars and Tutorials

Entry Requirements


  • Foundation Degree in Photography/Digital Image or
  • Foundation Degree in another media related subject and
  • A Successful interview

At the interview you will be required to present a portfolio of work that displays your skills to their best advantage.


BA Honours Photography and Digital Image - Validated by the University of Central Lancashire

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The course will provide you with the ability to plan for continuing personal and educational development and for employment in the photography / digital imaging sector and related creative industries. You will be experience a dynamic and reflective learning experience that will support you in realising your creative and educational potential.

The ability to produce innovative work of high quality with an awareness of professional level requirements and expectations will be developed The course is a flexible course that will enable you to identify your particular strengths and interests, and offers the opportunity to develop one area in sufficient depth to provide a sound grounding for professional and/or postgraduate work.


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Students engage with a wide range and number of external projects during their time on the course, This online book is a taste of just some of our community projects and live briefs over the past year.
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Course Content - Year 3

Extended Research Project
Portfolio Development
Professional Development
Creative Practice

What careers can the course lead to?

Lecturer /Teacher
Graphic Design
Advertising /Branding
Fashion Industry
Music Industry

Teaching and Assessment methods

Lectures, tutorials, self-directed study, research, project work, critiques, visiting lecturers/speakers.

Assessment is by coursework and measures the demonstration of the learning outcomes.

Assessment is based on application of practical and written work where applicable.

There are formative and summative feedback sessions of all assignments.

All assignments are assessed and graded at the end of the module.


A vibrant creative environment including studios equipped with industry standard software and hardware, will help you to effectively communicate information and ideas appropriate for the modern digital and creative workplace. You will have access to both Apple Mac and PC suites.

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