Selection Process

Decisions and Offers

Following the selection process the Admissions Manager will make a final decision with regard to the outcome of the application:

  1. Unconditional Offer

  2. Conditional Offer

  3. Rejection

Unconditional Offer

Unconditional offers are normally made to applicants who have satisfied all entry criteria and have demonstrated that they have the potential to succeed in their studies at The London Film School.

Conditional Offer

Conditional Offers are normally made to applicants who have satisfied most of the entry criteria and have demonstrated that they have the potential to succeed in their studies at The London Film School. Conditional offers may also be made to applicants who have satisfied all entry criteria, but have not fully demonstrated that they have the potential to succeed in their studies at The London Film School.

Conditions must normally be met prior to course start.

Rejection

Applicants who were not able to satisfy the entry criteria and could not demonstrate that they have sufficient potential to succeed in their studies at The London Film School will be rejected. In such cases, applicants would normally be provided with a brief statement outlining the reasons why their application was rejected.

Accepting Offers

We ask all applicants to accept their offer within four weeks of receiving it. Details will be included in the offer letter sent by the Admissions Manager.

Where an offer letter is sent out within less than four weeks of course start, we ask applicants to accept their offer within ten working days of receiving the offer letter or the date stated in the offer letter.