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Hey everyone, I know it's kinda of late for this. I've been stressing about what uni's to apply for a film production course. I've been procrastinating due to their being so many option i have no idea who to go for advice. AUB has always been my number one choice though.

anyone else studying film prod have any uni's they'd like to share? plz thank you
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Hey I do film production at the Screen and Film School in Brighton and it was also one of my top choices alongside AUB. What ultimately made me decide between the two was the weighting between practical/theory and how they seemed to care about their students as individuals and their career after uni. My course is very practical based meaning we are working on sets and shoots a lot (COVID has changed that a little but we still are working practically for some modules) and they seem to know every student by name and know about them and care about them. I found at my interview at AUB it personally found that was quite regimented (from my personal experience) however at SFS, there was a more comfortable atmosphere about the place Ultimately, it depends on if you want a more theory based or practical course. I’ve had friends graduate the AUB Film Production course and enjoy it, they graduated in documentary film making.

After getting into the both, I chose SFS and am now in my second year Along with SFS, you could also look into places like Westminster and Southampton Solent? I’ve heard those to be other good places x
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(Original post by gabriel133)
Hey everyone, I know it's kinda of late for this. I've been stressing about what uni's to apply for a film production course. I've been procrastinating due to their being so many option i have no idea who to go for advice. AUB has always been my number one choice though.

anyone else studying film prod have any uni's they'd like to share? plz thank you
If you like AUB then other CILECT schools would be a good option: https://www.cilect.org/profiles/members/235/4

Westminster, Hertfordshire and LCC (at UAL) if you would like to live in/near London
South Wales, Edinburgh/Ed Napier and Leeds Beckett if you'd like to live in a big city
UCA Farnborough and Falmouth if you'd like to live in a small town
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Hey everyone, I know it's kinda of late for this. I've been stressing about what uni's to apply for a film production course. I've been procrastinating due to their being so many option i have no idea who to go for advice. AUB has always been my number one choice though.

anyone else studying film prod have any uni's they'd like to share? plz thank you
i have applied to LCC @ UAL, Westminster, Middlesex, Kingston and London South Bank all for film production/film making type courses
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Hey I do film production at the Screen and Film School in Brighton and it was also one of my top choices alongside AUB. What ultimately made me decide between the two was the weighting between practical/theory and how they seemed to care about their students as individuals and their career after uni. My course is very practical based meaning we are working on sets and shoots a lot (COVID has changed that a little but we still are working practically for some modules) and they seem to know every student by name and know about them and care about them. I found at my interview at AUB it personally found that was quite regimented (from my personal experience) however at SFS, there was a more comfortable atmosphere about the place Ultimately, it depends on if you want a more theory based or practical course. I’ve had friends graduate the AUB Film Production course and enjoy it, they graduated in documentary film making.

After getting into the both, I chose SFS and am now in my second year Along with SFS, you could also look into places like Westminster and Southampton Solent? I’ve heard those to be other good places x
Hey, I have Westminster down on my list now. Done some research into it and seems very good. I'm not a big fan of London but thas something I have to put behind me considering what I want to study lol.
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I’m at AUB and I wouldn’t go tbh
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