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Admission in Nigeria PEFTI Film Institute Lagos

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  1. Fidelis

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    Cheers! Great people of Nigeria who have made us proud by their various art works. They have been awarded.

    That why PEFTI Film Institute was Established to render professional training to talents in: Acting, Presentation, Directing, Producing and Production Management, Music, Costume and Make-up, Scrip-Writing, Choreography, Cinematography, Set-Design and Editing.

    Professional Training begins every first week of Januarys, April, July and October every Year.
    Admission forms are available at PEFTI Campus No: 6 Rasmon Street, off Osolo way Ajao Estate along Airport Road Lagos Nigeria.


    Email: pefti2004@yahoo.com, 07029708330, 070320946,018170508.

    PEFTI also Offer 2years National innovation Diploma programs in:
    Film and television Production,
    • Performing and Media arts
    • Music technology.

    To gain admission you need to take UTME jamb and score above 180.
    Admission is open every year when the UTME Jamb result is out.

    All we want to achieve is professionalism in every endeavor or talents………

    PEFTI Film institute
     
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    So the thinking here is what? Passing JAMB equates the minimum skillsets/talents required to have a career in film production? Maybe you guys need to expand your horizon along that line...

    Who are the professionals (either in education or film/tv production) behind this school? Or if it is accredited and supported by another agency, which is it?

    Thanks.
     
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