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Before you submit your application, please read through our entry criteria carefully to ensure you meet our requirements.
Please ensure you select the mode of attendance and start date that you wish to apply for below.
If you haven't begun an online application already, you will need to select 'new user' once the form is opened and set up a username and password. This allows you to save and return to your application if you can't complete the application in one go.
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We encourage you to apply as soon as possible, applications will close when the course is full.
We also carefully consider non-standard entrants with relevant personal and work experience who can demonstrate the interest, commitment and ability required to make their own films.
For your portfolio of work we would like to see short films or clips of longer works you have made (no longer than 10 minutes of a longer work). Please send this as a web link (remember to make sure that you send a password, or make the work publicly available for viewing).
Carefully select and edit your work to produce an exciting, creative and representative portfolio which informs us about your skills, interests and shows your current film making skills. It is necessary for us to know exactly what role you undertook in the making of these films, so at the end of your personal statement please include a list of your works and your role in their productions. We are also happy to look at photography work, and a limited set of website links pertaining to your work.
You should include a short video of yourself answering the following questions – please do not read your answers from a script, we would like to see you speak spontaneously to camera:
Please also upload an additional personal statement which answers the following questions:
We normally invite applicants for an interview with the course director or another senior member of the teaching team.
International students based overseas can arrange for an interview by email or telephone.
We will require the following pieces of information to allow us to confirm your place on the course. These can be forwarded to us after you have submitted your application:
All communications should include your full name and your Kingston University ID number, which can be found in your offer letter.
If the admission tutor wishes to see a portfolio from you, you will be sent an email asking you to upload your zipped portfolio to the Kingston University drop box within three weeks of the date of the email request. It will provide a dedicated course link to allow you to do this.
The drop box homepage will ask you to enter your Kingston ID number, your name and the course name, as well as a confirmation email address to confirm receipt. Please enter this information carefully so we can clearly match your submitted portfolio to your application. You will automatically receive a confirmation email to confirm that you have successfully submitted your portfolio.
If the admissions tutor requires further information or wishes to invite you to an interview, they will contact you directly. You will then hear whether your application has been successful.