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At PSC we strongly believe that every student who loves creative pursuits should be given the opportunity to find their path to tertiary study, so we have made the decision to continue to implement our Early Conditional Offers for the 2023 intake. These ‘early offers’ ensure that admission to our degree is clear, supportive and provides a much-needed sense of certainty.
At PSC - Interview based, not ATAR
At PSC we do not use ATAR as any part of the admission criteria and base admission on an interview with examples of the student’s creative work and completion of Year 12. We also accept unscored VCE applications. Our informal and friendly interview and discussion allow us to provide a guarantee to students that they will be considered in a holistic and thoughtful way based on the whole person, allowing a focus on their personal and creative development.
To be eligible for a 2023 entry early conditional offer, students apply through VTAC. They need to start a VTAC account and preference the Bachelor of Photography Course in their preferences. PSC will then contact the student to arrange their interview. On successful completion, students will receive a Bachelor of Photography ‘Early Conditional Offer’ and a sense of certainty for the way ahead. (Formal offers require successful completion of Year 12 VCE or equivalent and will be made through VTAC & PSC in December 2022 as per the VTAC offer dates.)
New Courses: Undergraduate Certificate of Photography and Undergraduate Certificate of Digital Imaging
The Undergraduate Certificates are exciting newly accredited fully FEE-HELP enabled shorter higher education courses. Each course allows students to take shorter blocks of deep and rich learning while undertaking an introductory tertiary level experience and photographic qualification. Both courses provide students with a skills pathway to the Bachelor of Photography degree. Each course is undertaken in 4 subjects, and each provides for 30 credit points of the 180-credit point Bachelor of Photography qualification.
Bachelor of Photography and Certificate IV in Photography and Digital Imaging
Just a reminder that the Bachelor of Photography course is fully FEE-HELP enabled, and the Certificate IV in Photography and Digital Imaging is Victorian Skills First Funded. Find out more about our full-time courses.
Get the latest copy of our Bachelor of Photography, Undergraduate Certificate of Photography and Undergraduate Certificate of Digital Imaging, or Certificate IV in Photography and Digital Imaging course guides. You can also download our Career as a Photographer booklet, showcasing our graduates and their photography jobs.
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This year we have returned to onsite learning. There is, however, still the option for students to elect to undertake some of their subjects via real-time zoom if that helps facilitate their return to full on-campus learning. We have found so far that of our 50 current first-year students, only approx 2.5% elected to not return to on-campus classes and took the zoom option. This year we have placed a priority on our support programs to assist all cohorts, particularly the new first year students, in their transition to tertiary study. Our program includes:
Photography Studies College (Melbourne) is a division of Photography Holdings Pty. Ltd.
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