University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)

      Photography (M.A.)

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      University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)
      En Berlin, Hamburg (Germany)
      • University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)


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      Tipología Master
      Lugar En 2 sedes (Germany)
      Duración 2
      Inicio Septiembre
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      Are you a photographer looking to develop your own style? You will find the perfect choice in the Photography Master’s programme offered by Emagister and accredited by the University of Applied Sciences Europe.

      Learn about “staged photography”, how to present your work in an engaging and unique manner, to enhance the experience and tell your story through an installation. To ensure you have a complete learning experience, you will have at your disposal a variety of media technologies available at the university and equipment that you can use to complete your projects off-campus.

      Lessons take place three days a week to help you balance your studies with a part-time job. By the end of the programme, you can choose to pursue a career in advertising, communications, events, or as a freelancer.

      Contact the University of Applied Sciences Europe through to apply to this exceptional programme!

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      ¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

      The Master’s degree provides you with the necessary qualifications to work as a successful freelance photographer, as an artist, or to take a leading role in an agency or company for example within the fast-paced media industry. You will have the skills and competences of working in interdisciplinary, multicultural, and international teams which is sought after in art institutions, design agencies, ad publishers and magazines, in galleries, film and media industry, or the art market.

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      Dessauer Str. 3-5, 10963, Berlin, Germany
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      Museumstraße 39, 22765 , Hamburg, Germany
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      comienzo Septiembre
      Dessauer Str. 3-5, 10963, Berlin, Germany
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      comienzo Septiembre
      Museumstraße 39, 22765 , Hamburg, Germany
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      Lo mejor: I am still in touch with the the lecturers to share ideas. My time here was great.
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      Curso realizado: Diciembre 2016
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      ¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

      Visual language
      Curatorial Practice
      Visual Storytelling
      Production Techniques
      Media technologies
      Idea development
      State-of- the-art knowledge
      Digital development


      The objective of our master’s program is to help you develop your own unmistakable visual language which you can use for applied or artistic work. The core curriculum therefore consists of two experimental projects that you work on independently. A considerable portion of the program focuses on the analysis of narrative perspectives and their structure as well as visual storytelling to train your capacity for self-reflection as an artist.

      With an additional elective block, we enable you to choose from a wide range of courses that impart knowledge of strategies in entrepreneurship and curatorial practices.

      The master’s thesis that you’ll complete in your third semester is made up of a photography project and an academic report.

      Información adicional


      – Completed Online application form
      – Dated and signed copies of your degree papers and transcript of records including the taken seminars/ modules and credit points (in English or German)
      – An up-to-date résumé with your educational & professional background
      – A portfolio or website containing at least 5 artistic or design related projects you have been actively involved in.
      – A paper approximately five pages long (A4 or letter size) introducing a possible thesis topic to be written in English or German.
      – Proof of English proficiency or skill level (B2 CEFR).

      The admission procedure includes an approximately 45-minute personal interview and the review of your proposal and portfolio. Your knowledge of English will be tested in the interview.