Choosing your university course during Clearing: Met Film School Features in the Guardian
It’s a nail-biting time for students across the UK this week, as they receive their results and have the opportunity to go through Clearing.
In this article by The Guardian, students talk about how they found the process last year, and share tips on choosing the right course during this hectic period. They all agree on one key factor: You must choose to study something that you have a huge passion for. More than ever, students are also now looking for practical courses that can provide the training needed to get their first break in their chosen industry.
Met Film School features within the article, which emphasises the heavily vocational courses that we offer. Taught by industry professionals, the BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking course is offered in both 2-year and 3-year pathways and both provide an immersion in practical filmmaking skills including producing, directing screenwriting and postproduction.
There is also a graduate showcase of Sarah Yule, a second year student on the BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking, who went through Clearing to snap up her place at Met last year:
Degrees vary hugely, of course, so applicants will need to research which courses have the right mix of theory and vocational study for them. For more details on the Undergraduate courses at Met Film School open to students during Clearing, visit our dedicated Clearing section of our website.
Alternatively, contact our Admissions Team directly on: +44 (0)20 8280 9119