The course is structured in two academic parts according to different teaching practices: the first part responds to the student’s needs to know, understand and apply the different photographic techniques and theories. From that point, in the second part, the student has to propose, research, develop and solve photographic projects of high professional standards in different contexts and real situations.

The MA Photography and Design combines the following educational activities: lectures, seminars, theoretical-practical projects, experimental workshops, monitored work and independent work. The projects are developed in groups or individually, depending on the subject and on the competences that the student has to prove he has learnt through the learning results. For each subject, a theoretical and/or practical project must be carried out with its subsequent presentation, taking into account the premises specified in the syllabus of the subject.