Transfer Student Admission
AP Classes Transfer
If you participated in Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs in high school and have taken the national exams, you may be eligible to have your score reviewed for The Los Angeles Film School transfer credit.
College Credit Transfer
Your college-level credits may transfer from another school. For more information please contact your Admissions Representative.
Our Admission Team will work with you directly in order to get your transfer request processed. However, you will still need to complete an official application for admittance into The Los Angeles Film School.
After applying, prospective transfer students should send an official transcript from each college or university attended, whether or not credit was earned, desired, or transferable. If you are currently enrolled in a college at the time your application is submitted, you should submit final transcripts from previous institutions, as well as an in-progress transcript from your current institution. At the end of your current semester, you should submit final transcripts from your current institution and ensure that the transcript lists any enrolled courses for upcoming semesters, if applicable.
- Apply early! It is to your best advantage to submit your application and transcripts as soon as possible.
- Be sure the email address you use to create your application is active, and check it often, including the spam folder.
- Contact your Admissions Representative if you have any questions about the application process.
If you are re-enrolling into one of our degree programs, please contact email@example.com. A representative from our Admissions Department will review your request and help you re-enter the program of your choice.
If you already have your associate degree, you can enroll in our completion program and earn a Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Business in just 18 months. This is 60 credit hours, and each class is studied both on-campus and online during a four-week period allowing students to focus on one particular subject at a time.