Cinematics and Photography at NTU

Looking to establish yourself as a photographer, artist, curator, gallery manager, photojournalist or academic?

Developed to accommodate your intellectual interests and professional ambitions, our vocationally focussed postgraduate courses build upon your undergraduate skills and theoretical knowledge, whilst enhancing your hands-on practical skills. By creating your own learning pathway – through a series of individual projects that address your key areas of practice and interest – we’ll provide you with a truly unique postgraduate learning experience, which culminates in a public exhibition of your work.

Our established and experienced teaching community of photographers and practitioners will support you in the use of traditional and digital production methods, through an exciting range of practical and technical workshops. What’s more, you’ll be working with industry-standard tools, technology and facilities.

Why you should study Cinematics and Photography with us

  • Join the 75 years’ worth of NTU graduates who have achieved success, won awards or otherwise distinguished themselves in the field of photography.
  • Most recently, MA Photography graduate Adam Deakin has been selected for Portrait of Britain. As a winner, he will have his work featured in one the biggest outdoor exhibitions of contemporary portraiture ever held.
  • NTU is one of only two universities in the country that offers Commercial Photography at postgraduate level. This course places a strong emphasis on employability, and has been designed for you to undertake either a wok placement or live project during the course.

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