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The award
BA

How long you will study
3 Years

Domestic course fees
find out

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
October

International course fees
EUR 5500 per year

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About B.A. Photography in New Media at Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design

They last three years. Courses are taught from October to June from Mondays to Fridays during the day. During the third year the student is required to complete a B.A. thesis under a supervisor which consists of a written part and a set of works in photography or video. Students whose proficiency in English is not sufficiently advanced may write their thesis in their native language and have it translated into English at their own cost. The written thesis will be an analysis of a particular problem and will reflect the intellectual development of the student during his/her studies at our University. The visual work will become an important part of the student’s portfolio and will be useful to find employment or be admitted to an M.A. programme.

The core of the B.A. programmes are the Photography courses taught by the faculty of the Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design. To obtain a B.A. the student has to take additional courses offered by the Warsaw University of Humanities in order to comply with the requirements of the Polish Ministry of Research and Higher Education and with the European Union Comission.

Photography and video courses (common to all two Programmes):

1.    Camera Equipment and Basic Photo Techniques (analogue and digital)
2.    Expressive and Humanistic Photography
3.    A Phenomenology of the Image. Visual Communication
4.    Photojournalism and Journalistic Ethics
5.    Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
6.    Advanced photojournalism
7.    Illustrative and Advertising Photography I

8.    Illustrative and Advertising Photography II
9.    Creative Photography I
10.  Creative Photography II
11.  Creative Portrait Photography
12.  Psychological Portrait Photography

13.  Landscape Photography I
 including the Zone System
14.  Landscape Photography II
15.  Creative Techniques in Photography
16.  Large Format Photography
17.  Studio Photography

18.  Fashion Photography
 I
19.  Fashion Photography II
20.  History of photography I
21.  History of Photography II
22.  History of Contemporary Photography
23.  History of Art I
24.  History of Art II
25.  History of Contemporary Art
26.  Video Art
 and Artistic Photography in New Media.
27.  Film Postproduction
28.  Staged Photography
29.  Black and White Archival Darkroom Techniques
30.  Exhibition quality black and white, analogue prints on gelatin silver paper
31.  Exhibiting Photographs. Tour of important galleries and photo festivals and direct contact with their curators
32. Photo Edition for Publications
33. Coaching
34. Digital Imaging and Printing Techniques
35. Advanced Digital Imaging and Printing Techniques
36. New technologies in the Postproduction of Photographs
37. Professional Digital Retouching
38. Media copyright and basic intellectual property law
39. Photography Thesis
40. Photography Seminar

Additional Courses for Photography in New Media:

1.    Elements of Sociology
2.    Selected Universal Literature
3.    General Psychology
4.    Humanistic Workshops (literature, history, philosophy, art)

5.    Philosophy
6.    Basic Knowledge on Culture
7.    The Culture of the Polish Language
8.    Selected Polish History
9.    Practical Rhetoric and Eristics

10   English Language
11.  Enterprising Principles
12.  Social Communication
13.  Mass Media Communication
14.  History of Journalism and Media
15.  World Media Systems  
16.  Categories of Journalism
17.  Advertising in the contemporary world

18.  Public relations

19.  Journalistic Sources of Information
20.  Basic Editing in Print Media
21.  Workshop in Journalism
22.  Journalism in the Web and in Agencies
23. Workshop in the psychology of communication. The language of Media

 

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBAHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study3 years
    Course startsOctoberDomestic course fees find outInternational course feesEUR 5500 per year

Entry requirements

We do not require any previous experience in photography from candidates applying for the first year of studies. We have courses which start from the very beginning and are parallel to our other regular courses. In the first year we teach you the basic techniques of photography. Our philosophy is to let students discover their hidden talents and give them the opportunity to develop them. We are often happily surprised to see the superior work done after a year or two at our school by students who at the beginning were totally inexperienced and did not have any artistic portfolio to show.We require an adequate level of understanding and communication in English.Students will take English language courses during their stay at our school to improve their English skills.

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