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I want to apply for this course, I love landscape photography. I have just wondered what job oportunites there are after this course? If it won't work well with nature photography could I be working in Commercial photography and advertising photography? I heard that many of graduate students work in National Geographic. Would be very hard to get job there after finishing this course? I am really passionate about nature photography but I am living about 9 hours from there and I am afraid to risk as I am scared that it will be hard to find jobs after this degree.
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I want to apply for this course, I love landscape photography. I have just wondered what job oportunites there are after this course? If it won't work well with nature photography could I be working in Commercial photography and advertising photography? I heard that many of graduate students work in National Geographic. Would be very hard to get job there after finishing this course? I am really passionate about nature photography but I am living about 9 hours from there and I am afraid to risk as I am scared that it will be hard to find jobs after this degree.
which university is this at?
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which university is this at?
It is Falmouth univeristy
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It is Falmouth univeristy
the course has a 90% employment rate apparently, theres more stats here which tell you what graduates from the course went into https://unistats.ac.uk/subjects/empl...eturnTo/Search
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the course has a 90% employment rate apparently, theres more stats here which tell you what graduates from the course went into https://unistats.ac.uk/subjects/empl...eturnTo/Search
Thank you very much

So if it says marine and natural history photogrpahy it dosen't mean that I won't be able to work in other kinds of photography aswell? Also I would like to do master after and am I able to do for example master in graphic design or in tv production? I am just thiking of other options if it dosent work out with photography
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Thank you very much

So if it says marine and natural history photogrpahy it dosen't mean that I won't be able to work in other kinds of photography aswell? Also I would like to do master after and am I able to do for example master in graphic design or in tv production? I am just thiking of other options if it dosent work out with photography
yes it wouldn't necessarily mean sticking to that type of photography, you'd have to check individual masters as they'll all be different.
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yes it wouldn't necessarily mean sticking to that type of photography, you'd have to check individual masters as they'll all be different.
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