How to Apply
How to Apply
If you are applying to us directly (for undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses), you can click the button below to fill out the online application form. The application can be saved and returned to later if you need to get together your supporting documents.
1-2 page personal statement(500 words minimum) explaining why you want to apply for the course, giving us an idea of the kind of films, genres, writers or directors that you have been inspired by.
A scan of your Passport photo page
(Mandatory) Showreel of work - either a download link for a file sharing service (eg. Dropbox, SendSpace) or a link to your video online (eg. Vimeo, YouTube).
A scan of your Visa (if you require a visa to study in the UK)
IELTS English language certificate (if applicable, minimum score 6.0 for undergraduate or postgraduate course)
We will get back to you within 24 hours if application is made directly. Please review our policies before applying.
If you are applying through UCAS you can find these courses faster using the UCAS course codes below:
Practical Filmmaking BA (Hons)
Institution code: C34
Course code: 0G78
Screenwriting BA (Hons)
Institution code: C34
Course code: 5N25
UCAS and showreels
We appreciate that many UCAS applicants may not be able to send us a dedicated filmmaking or screenwriting showreel to support your application, and that your experience may develop after you finalise your UCAS profile. You can send us supporting material either with a download link for a file sharing service like SendSpace or a link to your on a video-sharing service like Vimeo.
Queries or Questions
If you have any queries, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we have received your application it will be evaluated by the admissions department and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Our Selection Criteria and Admissions Policy and Procedures are downloadable here for Undergraduate (BA) degrees, and Postgraduate (MA) degrees.
If you meet the minimum requirement for the course you are applying for, you will receive an email or a call inviting you to attend an interview at Central Film School. During the interview you will also have a private tour of the school as well as the opportunity to meet our tutors and/or current students. Click here to download an information sheet about interviewing at Central Film School.
The Undergraduate courses in Practical Filmmaking and Screenwriting lead to an award from University of Gloucestershire. They are validated courses which means that Central Film School designed the course and is responsible for students' teaching, support and assessment. Following a rigorous process the University approved Central Film School to offer courses that lead to a University of Gloucestershire award; these courses have been carefully scrutinised by the University and validated, meaning that the University considers it to be equivalent in level and standards to similar awards offered by the University and at other higher education institutions in the UK.
The University is responsible for the standards and quality of your learning opportunities and making sure that your course meets the high standards of the University and the expectations of the higher education sector.
Your contact will be with Central Film School and they are responsible for your teaching and most aspects of your student experience.
For more information about the University of Gloucestershire, visit www.glos.ac.uk