MetFilm School Brexit Statement 

MetFilm School is and will always remain an International School and we are determined that political changes will not hinder the ability of the School to offer opportunity through excellence in film and media education and knowledge creation for the benefit of global society. All our students, staff and partners are crucial to the current and future success of our School and we look forward to being continued strong ties with Europe and the rest of the world over the coming years.   

The government has confirmed thatall currentEU studentsand future EU students starting universitycoursesinthe2020/21 academic year will have guaranteed home fee status and financial support for the duration of courses in England – you can see the full statementhere. 

If you’re a current student from the EU, or planning on starting a course in the 2020/21 academic year, we hope this announcement reassures you that your future at MetFilm School is a secure one. 

For students wishing to start courses after January 2021, information on immigration, fee status and student support has not yet been released.   

To keep up-to-date on how Brexit will affect Higher Education, please refer to the Universities UK FAQs hereand to the UK Council for International Student Affairs here.