Application Advice for International Students
Here at Screen and Film School Brighton, we’re very proud to welcome students from all over the world. It’s what makes our creative atmosphere unique.
Our doors are always open, wherever you’re from and whatever your background. If you are currently studying your final year at school/college, you can begin your application process to Screen and Film School Brighton prior to completing your current qualification.
You can apply for all of our full-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Follow these easy steps or complete our online Application Enquiry form.
You can apply for a UK Undergraduate Degree Level course via UCAS.
Applications can be submitted for multiple courses. We have created a helpful guide for your application.
UCAS deadline: 26th January 2022 at 18:00 (GMT)
Direct to Screen and Film School Brighton
Undergraduate applications can also be made direct with Screen and Film School.
Screen and Film School Representatives
If you wish to get more support locally, you can contact one of our trusted representatives/agents* who will assist throughout your application, free of charge.
If your country is not listed in our directory, please contact admissions on chat or email or let us know if you would like to arrange a call. We will be happy to assist with your application.
*Undergraduate applicants who are applying with the help of an agency should also state their agent’s company name in the box ‘Nominated Name’ on the UCAS form, otherwise we can’t correspond with the agency regarding your application.
Once your application has been received, we’ll invite you to an Applicant Day.
Our Applicant Days are conducted in a relaxed and supportive manner. They’re a fantastic opportunity for you to interact with Screen and Film School in a fun, informative and educational manner. There will no testing, selection process or judgement of your skillset; rather, it is a chance to see if we’re right for you through workshops with our staff, current students and graduates.
If you live abroad and are not able to travel, there is always an option to attend a virtual portfolio review. This information will be sent to you by our admissions team.
Successful applicants will usually need to provide the following, as a part of the admissions process:
A copy of your academic transcripts and certificates, showing that minimum entry requirements for the course have been met. This will need to be officially translated into English. We accept Dialexy (free online translation service). Please do not worry if your final academic transcripts are not due until summer. You can provide this as soon as it is available – the latest deadlines are usually in August*.
*This deadline may vary for students who require a Visa under the Student route of the Points Based System to study in the UK full-time.
For country-specific entry requirements please visit our international entry requirements page.
Copy of your passport and/or valid ID
Admissions may request a copy of your passport to confirm your fee status and/or to determine if you need a visa to study in the UK. This is to ensure that the correct information on the admissions process is given to you for a successful application.
We will be required to check all passports and or valid ID’s in person at the point of enrolment to fulfil Right to Study (RTS) checks. Failure to provide this may result in the student not being able to enrol onto the course.
Our international team are on hand to provide prospective and enrolled international students with information and advice on UK immigration and visa requirements.
For help, support or advice, please call us between 9am – 5:30pm GMT using the contact details below.
Phone: +44 1273 602 070
Email: [email protected]