With just 7 days to go until the 15 January 2018 UCAS deadline, have you decided where you want to further your film education?

Based off Brick Lane, in London’s vibrant creative quarter, Central Film School delivers current, practical training in a supportive, collaborative and creative environment. Small and friendly, The School provides high levels of access to tutors and has one of the highest student-equipment ratios of any school in the UK. The School currently has around 120 students across all programmes each year in order to keep class sizes intimate and friendly, to ensure maximum interaction with tutors, and to give great access to all our equipment and facilities.

On our BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking and BA (Hons) Screenwriting undergraduate programmes, we train filmmakers and screenwriters to work in the industry as soon as they graduate, both in the UK and internationally. All theory classes are used to support practical exercises, giving our students the opportunity to transform their learning into filmed productions. All of our tutors are working film industry professionals and include those at the forefront of new and emerging technologies.

For more information on why we think Central Film School is the right choice for you, take a look at our Why Choose Central Film School? page. You can also find information on our Tutors, download our Prospectus and book a tour of The School.

Don’t forget that you can still apply directly to Central Film School after the 15 January 2018 UCAS deadline.