- 14 Bachelors
- Private Institution Type
Toronto Film School offers a fast and effective path to an exciting career in film, television, theatre, fashion, graphic design or video game design.
What sets us apart is that right from the start, students begin the transformative process of turning raw energy and creativity into the practical skills demanded by the competitive world of the entertainment industry.
Students will be filming, editing, performing, writing and designing in a high-energy environment, preparing for exciting careers within the entertainment industry– with the guidance of industry professionals and supportive faculty, who understand what it takes to succeed.
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Moving to Toronto will require students to locate suitable accommodations, preferably close to campus. As our campus’ do not have Residence or on-campus housing, we maintain lists of accommodations, which are generally shared apartments, rooms in private homes, or Home Stay arrangements with a local family.
The Library contains technical and business journals, books, periodicals, audiovisuals, a variety of electronic and print-based reference resources, CD-ROM and Internet access, as well as printers and photocopiers, to support classroom and lab learning. Reference and Interlibrary loan services are also available.
The School offers peer tutoring if you feel that you are struggling in class and our International Student Advisor is available if you simply want someone to talk too. Each of our campuses have nearby counselling support and the Government of Ontario offers a free Mental Health Helpline to listen, offer support and provide you with further information.
Toronto Film School programs are approved under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
I met with the students advisors who took me around the Young street campus i loved it and being that am unable to fund for myself that is why i haven't yet started school but i love it and i want to change the way we tell our stories in East Africa and i strongly believe toronto film school will help me achieve this