Programmes, Cost, Accreditation, Facilities and Policies

Academic Programmes

The programmes offered by the London Film School and covered by the Direct Student Loan Program are:

Please note: current U.S. regulations prevent students in receipt of U.S. Federal Student Aid from completing any part of their course or coursework, including films, back in the U.S.


Tuition fees for the aforementioned programmes are set in line with the LFS Tuition Fees Policy and published on the LFS website.

Information on Cost of Attendance is available on the LFS website here.

Accreditation, Validation, and Quality Assurance

The London Film School is included on the Department for Education's Register of Listed Bodies. This means that whilst we don't award degrees ourselves, students are awarded a degree from a recognised body upon successful completion of the course.

The London Film School has undergone an educational oversight monitoring visit by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). More information can be found on the 'Quality Assurance' page on our website.

The London Film School has validation agreement in place with the University of Warwick (MA Filmmaking and MA Screenwriting). A partnership agreement is in place with the University of Exeter (MA International Film Business and PhD Film by Practice). Students enrolled on programmes offered in collaboration with Exeter are not eligible for Federal Student Aid via the London Film School and are advised to contact the University of Exeter for information.


The London Film School operates from two sites in Central London:

  • 24 Shelton Street, London, WC2H 9UB
  • 33 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9LA

Both premises are within walking distance of each other.

Information for students with disabilities can be found here.


Our policies are published here. This includes policies on Satisfactory Academic Progress, Return of Title IV, Deferment, Withdrawal and Student Complaints.