Standard Entry Requirements
- Age: All applicants must be 18 years or older at the time the programme begins
- Education: A 2:1 honours degree from a UK university or overseas equivalent
- EU students -If English is not your first language, or if your previous education was not conducted fully in English, you will need to provide documented evidence of your English language competence to study a course with us.
- Non EU students – We currently only accept the ‘IELTS for UKVI’ English language test for Non-EU students wishing to study in the UK. International students need to achieve an overall IELTS 6.5. With a 6.5 in writing and no less than IELTS 5.5 in each other element.
Students not meeting academic requirements
- Students with a degree below a 2:1 equivalent are still able to apply. They will need to submit the following in addition to support their application.
- A compulsory academic essay (750 – 1000 words)
- Applicants without a 2.1 degree, but possessing relevant work experience, can still apply and need to submit the following:
- A compulsory academic essay (750-1000 words)
- A professional industry reference.
- A professional CV
- No degree & no relevant work experience. Candidates with no degree and no filmmaking experience do not currently meet entry criteria.
- A completed Met Film School application form
- A personal statement of at least 750 words. The MetFilm School application form details the information that your personal statement must include.
- A copy of your passport that clearly shows your photo and passport number
- An updated CV
- Copies of your degree certificate and academic transcripts
- Some creative work that will contribute towards a portfolio e.g., creative writing, business proposal, film work, photography etc. Please also include these as links online in a word document/PDF document
- If required (see above): An academic essay of 750-1000 words in response to the following question: ‘Select a film or television programme in a specific genre and analyse how the film or television programme both uses and subverts its genre conventions’ or an example of past academic writing e.g., University Essays or Dissertation.
- If required (see above): A professional industry reference
Make Your Application
To make your application for one of our MA programmes download and complete this Met Film School MA Application Form and send it with required supporting documents to Met Film School either:
- By email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- By post to: Admissions Team, Met Film School, Ealing Studios, Ealing Green, London, W5 5EP UK
- As it is highly likely your application will contain supporting documents that are large file sizes, we suggest you do not attach these large files in the email you send, but instead send a WeTransfer or Dropbox link for us to access your portfolio work.
- If you have not heard back from us within 7 working days of an application being received then please contact the admissions team to confirm we have received it.
Your application will be assessed by our admissions team. If your application is successful we will invite you to an interview. We aim to process all applications within 14 days.
Interviews will normally be conducted in person at the school. Interviews with international applicants can be conducted over the phone or via Skype. The interview consists of a formal meeting with either a member of the admissions team, or education team, or both. At this interview you will be expected to answer detailed questions surrounding your reasons for choosing to study with MetFilm School, alongside your understanding of the specialism you are applying for.
Once we have completed this process we will let candidates know within 10 working days whether they have been offered a place on the course.
If you are offered a place and wish to accept, it is your responsibility to ensure you have prepared to make a non-refundable deposit payment of 20% of the course fees to secure your place. Your offer of a place will only be guaranteed for 7 days once an offer is made.
In selecting students, admissions staff aim to reach decisions which are fair and consistent in relation to the published entry criteria, the evidence the applicant presents of their academic and/or professional qualifications and which consider any specific skills or experiences which are essential or desirable for the course in question
- Applicants who may wish to appeal against an admissions decision should follow the below procedure:
- An applicant must seek formal feedback from the admissions team before deciding whether or not he/she has grounds to appeal the admissions decision.
- The applicant should then request an appeal form to fill in, detailing the nature of their appeal by emailing email@example.com
- Appeals must be received within 20 working days following the provision of feedback from the admissions team member supervising the application.
- An appeal should be submitted in writing to the Head of Admissions, MetFilm School, Ealing Studios, Ealing Green, London W5 5EP, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating clearly the grounds for appeal
- The Head of Admissions will screen each submission in the first instance to determine if there are sufficient grounds for appeal. If it is judged that there may be grounds for appeal, they will escalate the appeal.
- If an appeal is to be heard and additional information is required, the applicant will be informed in writing and provided with an appropriate deadline by which to submit the information.
- An Appeals Panel convened at MetFilm School will consider appeals as appropriate. The School Director and Commercial Directior will make a decision based on the evidence submitted.
- The applicant will be informed in writing of the outcome of the appeal and given an explanation for the decision which has been reached.
- The decision of the Appeals Panel is final and there is no further right of appeal.
- MetFilm School’s aim is to consider all applications fairly, equitably, professionally and in a timely fashion.
- Firstly we’re sorry if you expectations haven’t been met, and hope that we can resolve any issues that have occurred.
- If you are dissatisfied with the way your application has been handled or the behavior of any member of staff during the admissions process, then in the first instance you should seek informal resolution with the admissions manager you have been allocated.
- If this has not been successful or if you feel this is not possible to do, then you should request for a complaint form to be sent to you by emailing email@example.com
- You may then submit a complaint to the Head of Admissions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- All complaints will be replied to within 14 days, and we will aim to achieve resolution within 30 days.
- If you are still not satisfied with the resolution to your complaint, then you can escalate your complaint to the Director of Marketing & Admissions by emailing email@example.com
- All escalated complaints will be replied to within 14 days, and we will aim to achieve resolution within 30 days.