These are mandatory and all come with course.
|Term start& deadline
The writing program at Toronto Film School is designed to replicate the process and environment of the film and television industry.
The faculty of renowned writers, with credits such as Mr D, Frontier, Inspector Gadget and Sneaky Pete, add insight and credibility to the industry-like environment.
Classes are styled after industry writing rooms and feature table-reads, on-set show-running and industry-standard editing software.
You will learn how to pitch, write, produce and edit for all film and television formats and have the unique opportunity to bring your original scripts to life as film and television productions.
You’ll learn through practical, industry-oriented projects and build a comprehensive professional portfolio.
The classroom is an industry-style writing room where students review and critique each other’s work, from pitches to beat sheets, outlines and drafts.
You’ll experience the writer’s role through the entire filmmaking process!
|Cost of living
|1 bed room
Students with an IELTS score of at least 5.5 (or equivalent) but below 6.0 are able to enroll in Toronto Film School’s regular academic programs.
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a required course in their first term of studies.
There is no additional cost to the program when students take the EAP course.
Note: English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a required first-term course for graduates of Level 2 ESL Pathway Program.
Applicants with an IELTS score (or equivalent) of 5.5 can start their Toronto Film School program by taking an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course in their first term.
Students without an IELTS score will be asked to complete the Oxford Placement Test to determine their placement in the ESL Pathway Program.
|ESL PATHWAY PROGRAM LEVEL
|95 or higher
|4.5 and 5.0
|Level 1 and Level 2
|Beginner, Level 1 and Level 2
|50 or lower
Although it isn’t required, the school encourages you to submit more than two portfolio samples or to supplement your portfolio with any other relevant writing samples.
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