|Study location||Hungary, Kaposvár|
|Type||Master, full degree studies|
|Nominal duration||4 semesters|
Bachelor diploma (or higher)
BA / Bsc degree, having experiences in visual arts proven by a submitted portfolio, motivation letter, successful matriculation process, min. B2 level of English. The minimum number of credits required for admission to the Master’s programme is 60 credits in the fields of art, theory of photography, professional competences in photography, humanities and social sciences, economics, philosophy and law, media studies, communication and presentation skills, entrepreneurship.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The aim of the RIPPL Master of Photography programme is to create an interactive and creative workshop supporting individual creative ambitions. In addition to the training of perspectives, we believe it is important to develop the creative personality and to maintain a critical approach to the use of media. We believe that photography is one of the most sensitive sensors of the changes in our environment, reflecting the changes around us in the most complex way based on a technical, technological, cultural, social and creative point of view. It is the basis of all visual, media applied and autonomous forms of expression. The future of visuality is now best approached through the development of large-scale delivery systems. The infrastructure of the information society is all around us, and the greatest question is how we can be part of this mechanism, which is an extended social and artistic circulation where our knowledge, combined with that of others, can create new values. Therefore, our students do not only treat the different photographic genres and media surfaces as a problem of image-making, but also think in terms of communication and information structures. Individual opportunities and the ways of perception have multipled by now. Photography covers a wide range and territory. In our interdisciplinary creative workshop, which is specifically photographic-based, the most striking feature is that our students think in terms of a system of media and see photography as a means of self-expression.