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Q. Why should I attend one of your one or 1 year programs or short-term or workshops workshops?
A. Whether or not you choose to pursue a career in the film industry, the programs or workshops at the Delhi College of Photography are an unparalleled creative experience that will broaden your horizons and enhance your future endeavours.
Q. How do I know which program or workshop is right for me?
A. Delhi College of Photography has qualified, experienced Student Advisors who can advise you on your career goals and the programs at DCOP.
Q. If I take a short-term course and find that I want to go further with the training, can I transfer to a one-year program?
A. Yes. Students who complete the short-term workshops can transfer to the one or two-year programs and are eligible to receive a tuition credit toward the longer program.
Q. I have no experience. Is a program or workshop for me?
A. Yes, the DCOP’s courses are designed to teach individuals with little or no experience. Our courses are divided in deifferent levels so that you can choose the course according to current knowledge and experience.
Q. How hands-on is the training at the Delhi College of Photography?
A. Extremely. All classes at the Delhi College of Photography are designed to be of immediate and practical use.
Q. What is the admissions policy at the DCOP?
A. There is an open rolling admissions policy for our certificate programs or workshops. You may apply online, download, or request that an application be mailed to you. Applications are accepted throughout the year until the programs or workshops are filled. We recommend early application to guarantee a place in your workshop of choice. For specialisation courses, student must prove their level with their work or can do a prerequisite course first for better understanding.
Q. What is the minimum age requirement?
A. There is no age restriction. Courses are extraordinarily intensive, and demand maturity, commitment and dedication. Students need to be able to work with others and be responsible to them
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