There are no set dates to submit your application. Applicants must go through a formal application process to enter the program. Once your application has been received and processed you will be notified of an interview time within 1-2 weeks. If you are living out of town this may be done via a telephone call.
- 18 years of age
- Completion of grade 12 or mature student status
- Personal interview and proven interest in working in the film industry
Students are asked to provide a letter of intent outlining their reasons for attending this course with their application and detailing any past involvement in film or video production, or related entertainment fields (paid or voluntary) and proof of completion of related courses. Applicants should upload their material and provide a link for viewing or send a usb or other. You may email the forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mature Student Status
Applicants who lack the minimum requirements may apply as mature students provided they are 19 years of age or above when entering the program.
Student loans and HRDC funding is available where applicable. We charge the same fees for Canadian residents and International students.
Please note that Continuung studies students are not eligible for Translink U-Passes.
Digital Film Production
Full time Program $ $8,400 inclusive.
Application Fee (non-refundable) $100
Students will need an external drive for Editing.
Each intake is limited to 9 students. (27 per annum)
Digital Film Production Application Form (PDF)
Students withdrawing prior to the first class will receive a partial refund. If you withdraw from the program during the 30 days prior to its start date you will lose $250 plus the $100 application fee, and this must be done in writing. The $100.00 admission application fee is non-refundable. Students who leave the program during the first week of the program will loose $1000 plus their non-refundable application fee of $100. After that there will be no refunds. Students leaving the program must do so in writing. Non-attendance does not constitute withdrawal from the program.