Yes, as long as you complete your short-term program in its entirety and in good standing, and then decide to apply to a long term program in the same discipline and should you be accepted, the full amount of your short-term tuition will be applied to the long-term program. Many students first consider our short-term program before our long-term program as an opportunity to build their portfolio or gain knowledge towards auditioning for longer programs.
You will need to complete at least 3 A-levels to be considered for NYFA Bachelor of Fine Arts programs.
After you complete your applicaton, an admissions representative will reach out to guide you through the process.
Once you submit all of your admissions requirements, you will be notified with the admissions results within 2-3 weeks.
The New York Film Academy has had students who have successfully petitioned their university for study abroad in NYFA summer short-term workshops, academic-year programs, and semester off-campus study at NYFA locations worldwide. Students should consult with their academic advisor or study abroad office to learn more. To learn more visit NYFA’s Study Abroad page.