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One-Year Certificate Programs

The School at ICP is a place where skills are developed, research is supported, and creativity is nurtured.

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One-Year Certificate Programs at the International Center of Photography

The International Center of Photography was founded with one purpose: to build a space for all students to grow, learn and create with each passing day. Through a unique teaching approach and a truly passionate staff, we help students develop academically and personally to the highest level.

The Creative Practices Program embraces a diverse range of photographic approaches for innovative expression in an atmosphere of cooperative learning. Students are not only encouraged to explore and define their own goals, but also challenged to situate their work within the broader context of the cultural, artistic, sociopolitical, and psychological use of images.

Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism focuses specifically on the investigative skills and technical knowledge necessary for students to advance in the complex and constantly changing world of visual storytelling. ICP’s long-standing commitment to documentary practice ensures that this program engages faculty who are some of the foremost practitioners in the field today.

The application for ICP's One-Year Certificate Programs closes in March 2024.

Images by Gaby Ravet ('24).

Program 
Information

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1 . Application 

The application is now open and closes in the spring of 2024.

Please apply on Slideroom. A full list of application requirements is available here.

2. Program Cost

Tuition and fees for on-site One-Year Certificate programs is  $37,742. Scholarships and fellowships are available.

3. Program Dates

ICP's on-site OYC programs will begin mid-August 2024 and commence in May 2025.

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Images: Left, Evelyn Sosa (DOC '23). Above, Oman Morí Mulder Mauricio (CP '23).

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