UCLA Film School Acceptance Rate & Minimum GPA

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According to data from our Application Tracker the reported acceptance rate and minimum GPAs for UCLA TFT (School of Theater, Film and Television) are the following:

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UCLA - Directing/Film Production
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 24% (28 out of 116 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.27
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 30
  • Earliest Interview Date: February 20
  • Earliest Decision Date: March 5
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UCLA - Producers Program
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 29% (13 out of 45 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.05
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 23
  • Earliest Interview Date: February 5
  • Earliest Decision Date: February 25
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT)

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT)

UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television teaches film from a theoretical and technical perspective. In 2021, TheWrap ranked UCLA TFT no. 8 in its annual list of the top 50 film schools. And in 2022, U.S. News & World Report named UCLA the no. 1 public university for the sixth consecutive year...


UCLA - Screenwriting
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 36% (48 out of 134 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 2.8
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 15
  • Earliest Interview Date: January 28
  • Earliest Decision Date: February 17
For data from other film programs see this article as well as the Application Tracker:

 
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While it's an interview with USC Admissions and not UCLA Admissions... you will still probably find this interview useful:

How to get Into USC SCA: Advice from an Admissions Committee Member

How to get Into USC SCA: Advice from an Admissions Committee Member

Considered by many to be the best film school in the world, it’s no wonder why the USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) is so sought after by prospective undergraduate and graduate students alike. However, the film school’s prestige can often make the application process particularly stressful and...
 
Those are graduate stats. Not that many Undergraduate applications have been added to database yet. But here's what we have:

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Thanks for that. Just purchased for supporting member. Do you know why so few people apply for UCLA TFT Undergrad this year? Only two people appear in 2021's application. Because of the pandemic?
 
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I think it's more that not as many Undergraduate applicants find the site compared to graduate Applicants. I'm trying to change that and get it more visible.
 
Yep. Thanks for your contribution... My college counselor told us the reason why UC extended their submission ddl is they have no enough number of people to apply for them... I hope this is true for TFT...
 
Yep. Thanks for your contribution... My college counselor told us the reason why UC extended their submission ddl is they have no enough number of people to apply for them... I hope this is true for TFT...
Really? That's interesting.
 
I'm not sure lol... Some people may change their mind because of the influences of pandemic, but I tend to believe that most of them will not change their decision...
 
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