Supplemental application procedures Fall Quarter 2020. In addition to the UC Application for Admission and Scholarships, which must be submitted by November 30, the majors listed below require supplemental materials that you must submit directly to the department. Note: you should submit these materials only if you have selected one of these programs as your primary major at UCLA.
The M.F.A. in Film and Television specializing in Screenwriting. The UCLA TFT M.F.A. degree program in Film and Television specializing in Screenwriting is a two-year graduate program that encourages students to concentrate upon the challenge of writing a well-structured story inhabited by vivid, compelling characters.
In your application—including your answers to the personal insight questions—we are looking for evidence of your intellectual curiosity and your interest in personal development. UCLA is a dynamic and exciting place—due largely to our creative, ambitious, and diverse student body.
Personal Essays. Upload a PDF copy of each personal essay used for the UC Application (2 essays total) Resume(s) Please submit at least one of the following resumes: Theater Experience (2 page max) A listing of any courses, workshops, and practical experience in theater, film or television.
Theater Graduate Program at UCLA 103 East Melnitz Box 951622 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1622. FACULTY. Visit the Theater Department’s faculty roster. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS. Visit the registrar's site for the Theater Department’s course descriptions.
UCLA Arts: Supplemental Application Login. Graduate Supplemental Application Upload System. Login You must REGISTER for the Graduate Supplemental Application BEFORE logging in below.. Detailed information regarding the MFA Art Supplemental Application and portfolio requirements is available online at the Department of Art Website.
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The Master of Fine Arts degree in Production with an emphasis in directing is a three- to four-year program designed to develop artists in film, television and digital media. For more than half a century we have trained students in all the arts and crafts of media production while expanding their understanding of the critical, theoretical and historical components of these art forms.