Since MetFilm School began, we have enrolled over 12,000 students from over 100 countries. Our students have come from all regions of the world and regularly collaborate after they graduate on personal and professional projects. Our student credits at film festival extends to almost every continent. Our reputation is truly international with over 60% of our students being from outside the UK.
We are also very proud to be connected to a range of prestigious partners and associates that deliver creative education across the world. Our global partners inform MetFilm School’s international network by providing opportunities for students to study abroad before or after they come to MetFim School.
Vancouver Film School
A prestigious organisation based in one of the busiest and most thriving film locations in the world, with alumni including Neil Blomkamp (District 9) and Kevin Smith (Clerks), and regularly lauded as one of the best film schools in the world by The Hollywood Reporter, the VFS is a leading institute delivering immersive and highly practical diploma programs and other courses. VFS students can undertake a diploma and be eligible to apply for one of MetFilm School’s postgraduate courses.
Whistling Woods is one of India’s premiere film and creative arts institutes, based in Mumbai, delivering a range of diploma and degree courses in film production, media and communication, acting and animation. Whistling Woods is regularly listed as one of the best film schools in the world by The Hollywood Reporter.
Toronto Film School
With a reputation as a highly practical and industry-focussed provider, Toronto Film School specialise in delivering a range of programs, including online, across film, television, theatre, fashion, graphic design and video game design.
With over 55,000 students worldwide, and over 300,000+ alumni, York University is Canada’s third largest university. With faculty across most disciplines, their school of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design is a premier destination for the development of creative talent across the arts.
Based in Copenhagen, Ørestad Gymnasium is one of Denmark’s leading high schools with a special profile focusing on media, communications, and culture. They offer specialized study programmes within the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities.
Noroff School of Technology and Digital Media
With campuses across Norway, including Bergen and Oslo, Noroff has been educating and training digital forensic researchers, film photographers and producers, 3D animators, graphic designers, digital marketers, games designers, system administrators, music producers, among others, for several decades.