SQA Higher Photography - Exhibition at the Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Qualifications Authority, in partnership with the Scottish Society for History of Photography (SSHOP), and the Scottish Parliament, is arranging an exhibition of work by candidates who over the past year have completed SQA’s Higher Photography course.

The exhibition - which will be held at the Scottish Parliament later in the year - is a celebration of the outstanding achievements of young people throughout Scotland, and will showcase the talents, and creativity of SQA Higher Photography candidates from schools and colleges across the country.

If you agree to have your images included as part of the exhibition, please review the terms and conditions for using SQA Info Centre, and provide us with a valid email address below so we can let you know the next steps in uploading your images.

SQA Info Centre - Terms and conditions of use

SQA provides access to external users to the SQA Info Centre so that they can upload information to sites they have access to and to enable users to access and contribute to discussions on SQA forums.

This information sets out SQA’s conditions of use and you must agree to these to use this service.

  1. You will be provided with a username and password to access the service. You must treat such information as confidential and not disclose your login details to any third party. We have the right to remove access at any time if, in our opinion, you have failed to comply with this requirement.
  2. You are permitted to use the service solely for the purposes set out by SQA in any contract or instructions issued to you.
  3. Access to the service will be denied if you do not login within 30 days of being issued your credentials or have not accessed the service in 18 months.
  4. You agree to use the service for lawful purposes only.
  5. You must take reasonable security measures to ensure that the computer or device you use to access the service cannot be used by others to gain unauthorised access.
  6. You must not disclose any SQA information or personal data held on the service for any purpose unless directed by, or with the written permission of, a member of SQA staff.
  7. You are prohibited from transmitting or posting any material or information which could be considered to be harmful, threatening, abusive, racist, defamatory, obscene, offensive, discriminatory or would in any way cause offence to any person, or violate their rights.
  8. You must not transmit or post any material or information that is not directly related to the purpose for which you have been given access.
  9. You will fully co-operate with any investigation into alleged misuse of the service.

SQA reserve the right to remove any information provided by you and withdraw access to the service at any time, without notice.

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Yes, I agree to the terms and conditions of use for SQA Info Centre

Yes, I agree to have my work exhibited as part of the Higher Vision exhibition at the Scottish Parliament

Yes, I agree to have my work used in promotional activities supporting the exhibition, including featuring in a forthcoming edition of Studies in Photography