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2024 Scholarship Award – MetFilm School Berlin Scholarship

For those who wish to study at our Berlin campus, we are offering one scholarship to a student of talent.

MetFilm School Berlin is based at Atelier Gardens, one of the oldest film studios in Europe, located in the Tempelhof/Neukölln area of Berlin. Atelier Gardens, formerly BUFA Studios, has been a part of film history since the silent era, even working on one of the first ever horror films, The Golem (1920) by Carl Boese and Paul Wege.

This scholarship applies to MetFilm School Berlin BA & MA courses. There is one scholarship available.


Scholarship Details

Full tuition fees of the accredited course are covered for the duration of the course. This does not include costs towards accommodation, expenses or additional mentoring and coaching.

Applicants need to submit the Scholarship application form and the course application form at the same time, otherwise you won’t be considered for an interview. If you have applied previously to MetFilm School and already have an offer, you may still apply for this scholarship.

Courses eligible for the ‘MetFilm School Berlin Scholarship’ include:

  • BA Practical Filmmaking (2 Years) in Berlin
  • BA Screen Acting in Berlin
  • MA Cinematography in Berlin
  • MA Directing in Berlin
  • MA Documentary & Factual in Berlin
  • MA Producing in Berlin
  • MA Screen Acting in Berlin
  • MA Screenwriting in Berlin

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

General Criteria

This is a discretionary award, and applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicants must be over 18 at the time they start their studies with us.
  • Applicants must provide evidence of financial need.
  • Applicants must provide examples of creative work that meet the criteria of the different awards.
  • Applicants must have received an unconditional offer to receive their scholarship.
  • Applicants must be able to support themselves during the duration of the courses they are studying. The Scholarship, if awarded, only covers tuition fees.

All information requested must be provided or applications will be rejected outright with no consideration. Please ensure that the application is clear and legible.

Documents Required

  • A completed MetFilm School Application Form for the relevant course of study.
  • A completed MetFilm School Scholarship Application Form.
  • A letter of recommendation from persons who are not related to the applicant and who are familiar with the applicant’s commitment and achievements in film, TV or screen content.
  • At least two examples of creative work. This can be in the form of a film, TV episode, short-form content, projects or scripts. The applicant must be able to demonstrate how they played a leading role in the project.
  • Supporting documentation providing evidence of the students and parents/guardians financial status. Please note: if documentation is not in English, a certified translation must be supplied. This should include at a minimum:
    • Last 3 months of payslips for all members of the household.
    • Last 3 months of current account bank statements for all members of the household.
    • Last 3 months statements of any savings or investment accounts for all members of the household.
    • The last years tax return for all members of the household.

Independent Students

If the student classifies themselves as independent and does not believe their parent/guardian income should be taken into account, then they will need to provide evidence of this independence. The evidence you need to submit will depend on why you are applying as an independent student. If you fall into two categories – for example, you are married and you aren’t in contact with your parents – then you can send evidence of both to make sure your application is processed correctly.

  • If you have been supporting yourself: photocopied bank statements or payslips, or documents that show you have been receiving benefits.
  • If you are not in contact with your parents: a letter or signed form from a teacher or social worker.
  • If you have been married or in a civil partnership: your marriage certificate, civil partnership certificate, a legal document showing you are divorced, or a confirmation from a solicitor of your marital status.
  • If you are a parent: your child’s birth certificate, a photocopied Tax Credit Award Notification (TCAN) form, photocopied child benefit details or photocopied P60s.
  • If you have no living parents: your parents’ death certificates.
  • Last 3 months of payslips for the student.

Apply Now for 2024

Applications are now closed. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for news of our future scholarships.

  • Interviews will be conducted between the 5 and 28 March 2024
  • Decisions on the successful application will be announced on 31 March 2024.

Please read these guidelines:

  • If a section does not apply to you, please indicate that it is not applicable (N/A).
  • If an application is incomplete, you will not be eligible for consideration.
  • The decision of MetFilm School is final and we cannot, regrettably, participate in any individual correspondence with applicants before or after that decision.
  • All scholarships are considered on a rolling basis.

Please note: you can save your application and continue later by clicking on the button below the form. Afterward, the page will reload, and at the bottom of it, you will see a unique link to return and complete your application. This link will expire after 30 days.


Contact Us

For any information on the MetFilm School Berlin Scholarship, please contact our Admissions Team by phone at +44 (0)20 8280 9119, or by email at