At Screen and Film School we know that starting a degree course in a new city is an exciting time but it also comes with a range of new challenges.
From having to manage paying rent and bills for the first time, to making new friends and balancing a healthy social life whilst undertaking a rigorous degree programme. It’s a lot of new things to experience and can at times feel quite overwhelming.
From enrolment to graduation our experienced Student Services Team offer personalised advice and guidance to help you with those challenges; whatever they may be.
You’re never alone when you’re at Screen and Film School. Our community makes sure of that.
Supporting your journey
We work hard to make sure you have access to the support you need to succeed throughout your studies.
We aim to provide a safe space so that you can explore your own personal development in a warm and supportive environment. Whether that be in a booked one-to-one tutorial session or by dropping in for a quick chat, the team are here to support you in reaching your goals.
Whether you need ongoing support for a diagnosed learning difficulty or mental health condition, or if you just need someone to talk to when things get tough: we’re here to help. We will work with you to help you build the confidence and resilience to deal with life’s challenges, and for students needing further help we also offer a counselling service or can help put you in touch with specialised local support agencies.
So be bold; take the first step in reaching your creative, personal and academic goals and know that there is help there should you need it.
Discover some of the ways we help our students below.
If you have a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, AD(H)D or an Autistic Spectrum disorder such as Asperger’s, a confirmed medical condition, mental health condition or another difficulty, our Student Support team can help you access any available support to help you during your studies.
We can put together an Individual Support Plan, created specifically for you; this could include accessing DSA funded support, informing lecturers to assist in the classroom or a range of other options designed to meet your own needs.
We have a full time Learning Support advisor who can help you with study skills and preparing for those important written assessments.
Screen and Film School Academic Regulations Guide for Students
Counselling and Therapy Support
Sometimes life presents us with challenges that seem too big to manage on our own. It doesn’t matter what that is – if you feel you’re not coping then it’s okay to ask for help. It might be that you just need a space to talk, or maybe you need something more interactive to help you come to terms with your situation and find the right coping strategies for you.
At Screen and Film School we have an in-house counselling team as well as links with local external providers. We offer a series of fully funded sessions which are available to any student. All referrals go through the Student Support team, so all you have to do is get in touch with us and we’ll help you get the support you need. The counselling service runs between 9am – 6pm, during term-time.
Creating a sense of community is important to us. The Student Support Team can help you to realise any ideas you have for student societies and social events through our Student Association.
We’ll also work alongside our Industry Engagement Team to ensure that you’re kept regularly updated with everything that’s going on around the film school from special events to technical workshops, industry guests and masterclasses.
Film In Colour is a society formed by Screen and Film School Brighton as safe space for students of colour to share their experiences, culture and build friendships in an environment where they felt isolated.
For any questions relating to student support or if you’d like more information on how to apply to Screen and Film School, please contact our Admissions Team on 01273 602070 or email [email protected].