Undergraduate Courses

Met Film School

Undergraduate Courses


BA Courses at MetFilm School

  • 82% of our graduates have secured employment in the screen industries after graduation
  • Our students have gone onto jobs as diverse as Directors, Producers, TV Assistant Script Editors, VFX Artists, Campaign Managers in the companies such as MTV, YouTube, Red Bull, Universal, Disney and many others
  • Our undergraduate courses are accredited by The University of West London and recognised by leading bodies such as CILECT, QAA and Creative Skillset

2-year or 3-year degree?

Our BA Screen Acting Course is delivered across two years only – this means you start your career sooner.

However, we offer our BA Practical Filmmaking degree with the option of studying over 2 or 3 years.

The content of the courses is identical, but the 2-year course gives you the opportunity to move into the industry faster. The intensive nature of the course means you will be very focused on the course content and projects from day one.

The 3-year option also has a longer break in between years 2 and 3, which can be challenging if you need to fund yourself during that time, but useful if you want to work during that time.

If you have any questions about the 2-year vs the 3-year; or the process of moving over; or are wondering which might be the right choice, please contact our Admissions team.

We advise international applicants check visa restrictions with our Admissions team before applying as these can affect your length of study.

T: +44 20 8280 9119 

E: info@metfilmschool.co.uk 


Undergraduate student work

BA Feature Film Trailers

Love Possibly


The Schoolboy

Award-winning work from our undergraduate students

The Right to Save


The Entertainer

BA (Hons) Content, Media & Film Production (London) - Three Years

ScreenSpace – offered in partnership with MetFilm School and the University of West London offering the: BA (Hons) Content, Media & Film Production.

Students create branded content and viral videos and gain the skills to navigate the modern media environment as well as digital literacy and data, social media analytics and creative entrepreneurship.

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