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The Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media at the University of Technology, Sydney is a new program that explores the image in terms of its cultural history, its material uses and its social implications. Combining contemporary photography practice with emerging digital technologies, PSM equips its graduates with the visual literacy and technical skills they require to hold leading positions in image-based design professions.

The course balances technical skills and creativity with ethics and theory. You’ll study alongside other design disciplines in project-based studios. You’ll encounter the city as a protagonist, employing images in a range of contexts, artistic, political and commercial, and exploring their role as part of the fabric of both collective memory and the built environment.

David Burns
Director, Photography and Situated Media