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11/09/2009 09:08:35 PM · #1
What universities or institutes offer exceptional post-secondary photography programs internationally?

Message edited by author 2009-11-09 21:08:58.
11/09/2009 09:33:49 PM · #2
Photography-as-fine-art or photography-as-profession?

11/09/2009 09:35:48 PM · #3
Like RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)?
11/09/2009 09:36:57 PM · #4
Originally posted by smichener:

Like RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)?

That'd be one, for sure. Yale has a great fine arts program, very strong in photography. Art Institute of Chicago, ditto. Rhode island School of Design. Brooks is great for professional photography.


Message edited by author 2009-11-09 21:39:35.
11/10/2009 12:52:41 AM · #5
Photography for Fine Arts
11/10/2009 02:08:44 AM · #6
Ryerson University (Canadian)

although I'm currently in it and don't have anything spectacular to say about it.
11/10/2009 02:30:38 AM · #7
Art Center in Pasadena, CA
11/10/2009 05:35:25 AM · #8
Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota Florida.
New York City School of Visual Arts.
Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC.

Too bad all these schools listed so far by myself and others are so friggin expensive.

Message edited by author 2009-11-10 05:40:06.
11/10/2009 06:26:27 AM · #9
Maryland Institute College of Art-Photography

M.I.C.A. Photography Curriculum
11/10/2009 12:56:28 PM · #10
Originally posted by bradshaw:

Ryerson University (Canadian)

although I'm currently in it and don't have anything spectacular to say about it.

Yeah I live in Canada, and Ryerson has one of the better photography programs, but not many schools offer them in Ontario.
11/10/2009 01:01:20 PM · #11
Remember, OP asked for "prestiguous" photography schools. Schools that are the art-world equivalent of a Harvard or a Stanford, basically. Not necessarily the *best* schools, but almost always the prestige equals "expensive" LOL. There are lots and lots of good, less expensive schools where you can learn stuff :-)

11/10/2009 01:51:33 PM · #12
If Journalism is a consideration:
University of Missouri School of Journalism
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