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1. Regarding the Vancouver Film School (VFS), I looked at the school's web site and found information on tuition. Here is the link so you may see the cost yourself - in Canadian dollars: * can convert Canadian dollars to US dollars using the tool here: * add your living costs in Vancouver to the total cost. Keep in mind that as a non-Canadian you may not be able to work at a paying job while you are a student there. Non-Canadians must have a work permit to hold down a paying job in that country. If you wish, you can find information about applying for and being awarded a Canadian work permit on this Canadian government Citizenship and Immigration Canada web page: * realize the school is highly ranked as a private entertainment arts school. However, according to the tuition amount given in the link above and an earlier Y!A answer about VFS, it is a very expensive school. I recommend you read the excellent Y!A answer about the school from about 3 years ago: * 2. I am sure you can find a US school that provides a similar program of instruction that may not cost as much as VFS. This web page gives good tips for choosing a good film school: * Please be aware that most free-standing film schools will be for-profit/career/proprietary schools that often are very expensive and for which you may not qualify for much in the way of financial aid - except for high interest loans which may prove difficult to pay back (with interest) within a reasonable amount of time. 3. I'll research other good film schools in the USA for you and add them to this answer later. Added: This is what I have researched for you so far. . . more to come: Schools in the USA with Film and Entertainment Arts Programs – researched from a list from Monster.com – FilmSchools.com The schools are listed in order by state location, with annual tuition, estimated cost of books/course related supplies, and housing/meals for the school year (as of Dec. 2011) - information from the well-respected CollegeBoard.org College Search – College Quick Finder database ( ) [Note: I have only researched and listed those schools that are accredited by academically acceptable accrediting agencies in the USA. Also, I have noted if the school is proprietary (a for-profit/career college, which is 1st and foremost a business with the focus of earning profits for its share holders), a state government supported college/university, or a private/independent college/univ.] Since Y!A only allows 10 web links, I can't include them. You will need to look up the web addresses for each school yourself. The CollegeBoard.org College Search – College Quick Finder database can get you the links easily by entering the name of each school in the College Quick Finder search box and then clicking the Find button..: * Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA) -$22,490 annually –Books /supplies $1,656 –On-campus housing/meal plan $13,400; Off-campus housing/meals $10,863 [Note: San Francisco is an expensive city for rental housing] – Proprietary 4-year univ., Accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges * The Art Institute of Colorado (Denver) -$2,065 annually –Books/supplies $3,487 –Housing/meals (no on-campus housing) $11,292 – Proprietary 4-year college, Accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools * Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts (Washington, pennsylvania & Waltham, pennsylvania - branches of the much larger Boston University based in Boston Massachusetts) – home page for BU CDIA: - Cannot determine if the tuition for this program differs from the $ 41,420 annual tuition for Boston Univ. itself - Not sure of the books/supplies est. costs or housing/meals either - Private/independent 4-year univ. (Boston Univ. – not sure if the CDIA program is shorter than 4 years, Boston Univ. Accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges * Howard University, John H. Johnson School of Communications (Washington, DC) -$20,171 annually –Books/ supplies $2,509 –Housing/meals $11,601 - - Private/independent 4-year univ., Accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Note: The list I have researched for you is too long to add to this answer. If you wish the full list, feel free to email me via Y!A. Just click on my screen name and select email Juanaquena. Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer! Find your local Public Library at: Find your College/University Library at: Best wishes
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