New Photography Short Courses now available at the University of Westminster
Photography 8 July 2013
The facilities available at the Faculty of Media, Arts and Design are second to none. The Department of Photography has some of the best equipped darkrooms available to the public in London, run by full-time technicians employed by the University.
Photography and Film education at the University has a unique depth of tradition, with the world's first courses in photographic chemistry delivered at the then Polytechnic, where the Lumière Brothers screened the first ever film shown in the UK. The Department is highly accomplished, with many of our students and graduates regularly being selected to exhibit their work in various high profile venues and winning awards.
Following on from that long tradition, success and popular demand, we have launched a new programme of short courses starting in September.
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The University of Westminster boasts a vibrant learning environment attracting more than 20,000 students from over 150 nations and we continue to invest in our future with new developments, research projects and new ideas.
We offer highly attractive practice-based courses that are independently rated as excellent, many with international recognition. Our distinguished 175-year history has meant we lead the way in many areas of research, particularly politics, media, art and design, architecture and biomedical sciences, and our position in the city of London allows us to continue to build on our close connections with leading figures and organisations in these areas as well as in the worlds of business, information technology, politics and law.
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