Bachelor in Photography
Labellisé European Bachelor
/ PARIS / LYON / NANCY
The graduate degree in Photography is a three year training course that aims to provide professional photographers with a theoretical and practical training so that, upon graduating, they may exercise their profession in the different areas of photography: reporting, fashion, advertising, industry, architecture, portrait…
The aim of the first year is to learn how to master the main photographic techniques: black and white lab, colour lab, digital lab, camerawork, digital technology, postproduction, whilst also focussing on the acquisition of key cultural and artistic references (history of art and photography).
During their second year, students continue to refine their knowledge and practise whilst still improbing their personal work through semiotics and ongoing review and analysis of their work. In parallel, emphasis is placed on the importance of computer literacy and internet publication.
The third year focuses on the completion of the student’s ‘book’ and the writing of a final dissertation, which will be presented orally before a panel of professionals. In order to achieve this, students will benefit from specialised tuition as well as group and individual tutoring, which will guide them in their personal work.
Internships will be carried out each year. These internships help complete the training and facilitate students’ professional integration.
By equivalence, at the end of their degree, students will receive a European Bachelor of Fine Arts (E.B.F.A.) with specialisation in Photography delivered by the European Accreditation Board of Higher Education Schools.
/ Entry requirements
French Baccalauréat (or equivalent) or A-level level, based on a personal interview and academic records.
Upon graduation from this degree, students may work as professional photographers in all areas of the industry, such as:
- Photographic reporting / photographic journalism
- Fashion photography
- Advertising photography
- Industrial photography
- Architecture photography
/ Thibaut Betemps, 2006 Graduate
“Upon finishing University and after two intense years of working on various projects, I already had the idea of collaborating with two other students in order to create a group of photographers that would combine their individual outlooks. “La Chocolaterie studio” was born. Alongside this, I am working on a project involving research on two topics I am passionate about, body art and publishing.”
/ Lorette Fabre, 2000 Graduate
“From the age of 15 I was passionate about photography. At that stage, it was already enough of an obsession for it to become my profession. After a fairly traditional study path, I went to the École de Condé in
/ Elina Ruka, 2009 Graduate
“I started at the École de Condé after having done a first degree in human sciences, but with a great passion for photography. I have always been attracted by visual expression, but it was only at the school that I finally learnt the different technical aspects of photography. I really appreciated the exchange I had with my teachers. After Condé, I returned to my home country,
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