Course information   BSc Photographic      Journalism
OverviewOur Photographic Journalism course is, we think, unique inthe country.We look at photography in the wider context ...
Your First YearSemester OneIntroduction to PhotographyHistory of PhotojournalismIntroduction to Digital JournalismSemester...
And Beyond…                      Photography           Theory              JournalismYear 1 – Semester 1   Introduction to...
How We TeachHands onWorkshop basedBacked by theory
The Work You’ll Do•Practical•Portfolios•Projects•Products
The Work You’ll DoPhotographic PortfoliosMagazinesSocial Media JournalismPhoto StoriesReflection
ResourcesNikon D3000 and D5000 DSLRsProfessional Studio with LightingAdobe Creative Suite 5.5Mac Labs for Post-Production
Our StaffMichael Joslin – Principal LecturerBrian Larkman – Principal Lecturer and FormerJournalistHoney Salvadori – Lectu...
After the CourseWork· Press Photographer· Production Editor· Picture Researcher· Media Runner· Web Publishing· Public Rela...
Tuition Fees for 2012• Tuition fees vary depending on where you study.• Leeds Metropolitan full-time tuition fees are £8,5...
How to ApplyYou can apply for student accommodation once you haveaccepted a conditional or unconditional offer on a full t...
Key Dates• Contract key dates  - booking line available for UK students from 1st Feb -  30th June  - booking line availabl...
Applicants - BSc Photographic Journalism at Leeds Met
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  • Please mention that for 2012 start tuition fee loans are available to part-time students for the first time.Examples of ScholarshipsOutstanding Achievement Scholarship -For full-time home undergraduates (students from the UK) starting in 2012 who achieve three A level grades at AAB or above we offer a fee waiver of £1,000 off your first year fees. There’s no need to complete an application form - if you have attained the necessary grades, your scholarship will be confirmed to you when you register for your course in September 2012.  National Scholarship ProgrammeIf your household income is less than £25,000 a year you may be able to find help through the new £150m National Scholarship Programme. This is a scheme that is being introduced to help people from low income families wanting to go to university in 2012. The government has set national eligibility criteria based on household income, and each university has designed its own scholarship scheme with extra criteria.There are at least 520 scholarships available to home undergraduates starting in 2012 at Leeds Metropolitan, and a full-time scholarship is worth £3,000. This includes a cash bursary of £1,000 ,£2,000 credit on a Leeds Metropolitan card, which can be used to pay for a range of services provided by Leeds Metropolitan University e.g. accommodation, catering.  
  • Please mention that whilst working, if ever you slip back underneath the 21k threshold you once again cease to make any repayments.
  • For this and the next slide on accommodation just talk through the bullet points but personalise it to your experience of halls of residence, what you thought of them, the facilities etc etc.
  • Applicants - BSc Photographic Journalism at Leeds Met

    1. 1. Course information BSc Photographic Journalism
    2. 2. OverviewOur Photographic Journalism course is, we think, unique inthe country.We look at photography in the wider context ofjournalism, with software training and creative workshops.You get tuition from working journalists and lecturers whohave years of experience with creative technologies.We emphasise the fact that, with us, you actually get to dojournalism while youre on the course.
    3. 3. Your First YearSemester OneIntroduction to PhotographyHistory of PhotojournalismIntroduction to Digital JournalismSemester TwoImage ProcessingMedia and CulturePhoto Story
    4. 4. And Beyond… Photography Theory JournalismYear 1 – Semester 1 Introduction to History of Introduction to Photography Photojournalism Digital JournalismYear 1 – Semester 2 Image Processing Media and Culture Photo StoryYear 2 – Semester 1 Constructed The Technology of Writing for Photography Cameras JournalistsYear 2 – Semester 2 Documentary Ethics Digital Journalism PhotographyYear 3 – Semester 1 Final Major Project Future Digital Magazine Photojournalism ProductionYear 3 – Semester 2 Final Major Project Extended Essay Promoting Your Work
    5. 5. How We TeachHands onWorkshop basedBacked by theory
    6. 6. The Work You’ll Do•Practical•Portfolios•Projects•Products
    7. 7. The Work You’ll DoPhotographic PortfoliosMagazinesSocial Media JournalismPhoto StoriesReflection
    8. 8. ResourcesNikon D3000 and D5000 DSLRsProfessional Studio with LightingAdobe Creative Suite 5.5Mac Labs for Post-Production
    9. 9. Our StaffMichael Joslin – Principal LecturerBrian Larkman – Principal Lecturer and FormerJournalistHoney Salvadori – Lecturer and PhotographerKarl Hodge – Senior Lecturer and Journalist
    10. 10. After the CourseWork· Press Photographer· Production Editor· Picture Researcher· Media Runner· Web Publishing· Public Relations· Multimedia Journalism· Product Photography
    11. 11. Tuition Fees for 2012• Tuition fees vary depending on where you study.• Leeds Metropolitan full-time tuition fees are £8,500 per year.• No upfront costs, repayable only when you earn over £21,000 per year.• Additional support is available in the form of grants and scholarships.• No tuition fees will be charged for a placement year taken as part of a sandwich course (excluding TDA or NHS funded courses).
    12. 12. How to ApplyYou can apply for student accommodation once you haveaccepted a conditional or unconditional offer on a full timecourse at Leeds Metropolitan.• Visit our website - www.leedsmet.ac.uk• Register with your - student/UCAS number - email address and password• You will receive confirmation of your registration by email and you can then proceed with your application
    13. 13. Key Dates• Contract key dates - booking line available for UK students from 1st Feb - 30th June - booking line available for International students from 1st Feb – 31st July - Unconditional contracts arrive on email end of July - Conditional contracts arrive after the ‘A’ Level results in August• Moving in and exit dates are noted on the contract
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