London Film School (LFS) vs London Film Academy (LFA) vs MetFilm School vs University of Arts, London (UAL) vs Goldsmiths, University of London?

Hello Members , I am following the thread of the discussion regarding choice of film schools . My daughter is finishing her high school in May 2023. She has received offer from LFA , KENT , KINGSTON & UAL for Bachelor of Artsin Film Making . We are looking for advise and suggestions with regards to which Univ/ college foom the above specified is the best . From the discussions above , I find that all of you are going to pursue Masters in Film Making. As senior, what would you advise for my daughter . Kindly share your opinion .
Hello,
Please, can you tell me how did you decided after all? My son is senior year in highschool andn now we are at the application process. I would be grateful if you can share your daughter experience or if we can talk in private for some advice. Thx!
 
Hi, I'm pursuing an MA in Filmmaking (Directing). I'm also deciding between LFA and UAL, I received offer from LFA just now and am still waiting reply from UAL. The result will release in March. London Film Academy seems to be a practical film school, but UAL has a better reputation in general. I want to go for Directing specialism, and I know that the competition for UAL (Directing) is huge too.
London Film School's tuition fee is too high for me. I won't go unless I have a scholarship. As for Met Film School, I'm still thinking.
I cannot make up my mind. Does anyone have some insights on it? Thank you!
 
Hi, I'm pursuing an MA in Filmmaking (Directing). I'm also deciding between LFA and UAL, I received offer from LFA just now and am still waiting reply from UAL. The result will release in March. London Film Academy seems to be a practical film school, but UAL has a better reputation in general. I want to go for Directing specialism, and I know that the competition for UAL (Directing) is huge too.
London Film School's tuition fee is too high for me. I won't go unless I have a scholarship. As for Met Film School, I'm still thinking.
I cannot make up my mind. Does anyone have some insights on it? Thank you!
I am having the same issue now, with LFA, MET and Central, but I can't make up my mind either. At first I wanted to go to MET, but when I did some research I didn't find a whole lot of positive reviews, so now I am doubting again. Central seems great as well, the interviewer was one of the teachers and was very nice, but it is still a young school, so I don't know yet.

I did follow the young filmmaker's academy at LFA a couple of years back and enjoyed it very much, it was a great mix of theoretical and practical subjects, the teachers were great and I learned a lot. I don't know if this is the same for the MA in filmmaking of course.
 
I now got offers from LFA, UAL but as producer specialism, and AUB.
I wanna pursue directing specialism, so I am not sure about UAL. But UAL seems to be a school with higher reputation.
 
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