MetFilm School has taken the lead in education for all screens by bringing learning into an industry setting, whilst encouraging aspirational storytelling. MetFilm School’s goal is to select students with the passion and tenacity to succeed in the creative industries, and to prepare them for the world of production into which they actually progress, from big screen to small.
Students are imbued with passion and pragmatism, and their education is complemented with:
MetFilm School concentrate on employability right from the start and as a student and graduate of MetFilm School, you get access to our dedicated careers advice department, MetFilm Futures, who focus on supporting you and ensuring you develop the skills needed to succeed in the industry.
The Futures team run weekly, one-to-one career surgeries to advise students on their career paths and have published a comprehensive Careers Guide, available to all students and graduates.
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MetFilm School does not offer its own student accommodation but has partnered with Central Studios Ealing which is a stylish, all-inclusive student accommodation in Ealing, perfectly located just 3 minutes’ walk from MetFilm School.
The advisors and production facilities team offers a range of camera, lighting and sound equipment to support student projects. Experienced industry tutors and advisors help students select the most appropriate resources across a range of platforms, including film, television and new media.
MetFilm School’s London campus is based within the famous Ealing Studios, a thriving environment that in recent years has supported the creation of high-profile productions such as The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything and Downton Abbey.
MetFilm School has become one of the few dedicated British film schools to receive national accreditation for its Masters degree by ScreenSkills, the industry-led skills body for the UK’s screen-based industries.
With over 20 years working experience in the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation after about 10 years working as a singer and leader of the GBC Band and excelling in my field of work took two years study leave to study a first Degree program in film and Television production. With an enormous working experience was recognized to be among the best student. However, after the two...
The overall experience in the university was not that great as only few of the faculties were good enough to teach the course and the university infrastructure was not upto the mark. Although this was situation with the management , the university had a vibrant set of students who took art seriously and viewed it in their own perspectives. Me as an undergraduate learned a...
University has offered a wide opportunity to learn and explore the course and keep our all expectations up
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