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:

UCLA - Directing/Film Production
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 26% (23 out of 90 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.27
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 30
  • Earliest Interview Date: February 20
  • Earliest Decision Date: March 5
UCLA - Cinematography
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 44% (4 out of 9 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.15
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: February 11
  • Earliest Interview Date: February 14
  • Earliest Decision Date: March 18
UCLA - Producers Program
  • FilmSchool.org UCLA Acceptance Rate: 37% (7 out of 38 applications)
  • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.45
  • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 23
  • Earliest Interview Date: February 5
  • Earliest Decision Date: February 25
For data from other film programs see this article as well as the Application Tracker:

 
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Chris W

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