Photography Studies College - Melbourne, Victoria

Full Time

Bachelor of Photography Course

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Information for Bachelor of Photography applicants:

Current Year 12 and mature age applicants for 2018 entry (with a current VTAC application)

  1. Complete PSC's online supplementary application form
  2. Complete your VTAC application
  3. Please make sure you attend an interview at PSC and present your folio

    The interview will be held from November to December 2017.

Direct Applicants for 2018 entry:

Mature age applying directly to PSC (who are not applying for other courses through VTAC):

  1. Complete PSC's online supplementary application form
  2. Attend an interview and present a folio - contact us and we can arrange your personal interview straight away!

SEAS (Special Entry Access Scheme)

PSC gives consideration to applicants who can demonstrate they have not been able to reach their full potential due to life circumstances or circumstances beyond their control.

Contact our friendly Communications & Students staff if you require more details or want your questions answered

International Applicants for 2018 entry:

Contact us for an information and application pack.

Commercial photography

This major includes students who want to specialise in fashion, advertising, architectural, food, portrait, product or wedding photography. The program is designed to produce commercial photographers who are socially and ethically responsible and capable of taking on leading roles in the industry.

Art photography

This major requires students to give voice to their own ideas and develop an artistic premise for their work. Students will develop a critical awareness of the practices of current art photography and art practice, and integrate research based on contemporary social theories and historical contexts into their own work.


This major is for students who love to communicate with people, to traverse cultural barriers and continental borders and want to harness the power of photography to communicate a story. The program enables students to combine the theory and practice of photojournalism/editorial/social documentary photography in a socially and ethically responsible way. Students will be required to become proficient in diverse media platforms.

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Photography Studies College

65 City Road
Southbank VIC 3006
Australia: 03 9682 3191
International: 61 3 9682 3191

Courses recognised by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography Photography
Studies College (Melbourne) is a division of Photography Holdings Pty. Ltd
ACN 005 525 306 | ABN 58 860 041 097 | CRICOS Provider no: 00257G | TEQSA Provider no: PRV12200 | RTO Code: 0111