Prospective MA Students
UCL's MA in Film Studies covers an exceptionally broad range of world cinemas, and of conceptual approaches to the study of film and related media.
The MA in Film Studies operates under the Centre for Intercultural Studies. It draws on the expertise of staff from a wide range of departments at UCL, all international experts in the field of Film Studies. The programme is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge of both the history of cinema and its contemporary development, and with the skills, concepts, methods and theories required for the study of cinema at graduate level. More...
How to apply
Admission is open to candidates with a good BA degree (first or upper second class honours from a UK institution or its equivalent from an overseas institution) in a relevant Humanities discipline (though candidates from other disciplines may be considered). You should submit a writing sample of about 2000 words, either an existing essay or a new essay on some aspect of contemporary film culture. More...
UCL & Film Studies
UCL was the first university in England to open up entry to people of all social beliefs and backgrounds. It is currently ranked in the top ten of the world’s universities. UCL also pioneered Film Studies at university level in the U.K., and today houses a thriving community of scholars interested in all aspects of the past and present of cinema culture. More...