The difference between New York FilmAcademy and Trump University is that New York Film Academy is not called Trump University.
They spend the most money on their marketing and celebrity visits. It's simply a smoke screen to appear as something greater than they are.
You will be surprised at the entry process. You'll be so baffled by the ease of your entry, you'll wonder if you did something wrong. You didn't. They put a lot of money and manpower into admissions to boost numbers so they basically do everything for you apart from signing your name. After that, it snowballs downhill.
You'll get to use equipment you may have never seen or used before which will be great for you, but after awhile the curriculum begins to segue into mostly classroom. These classroom bits tend to just repeat the lesson plan over and over. Not to mention that the faculty they hire are not trained teachers, but film school graduates and struggling artists with a masters degree. Bottom of the barrel.
Truth be told, you'll learn more from working on a real set. You'll also meet better people. The student body you'll have to work with are mostly wealthy, privileged types that haven't worked a day in their life.
Also, most schools do not recognize or honor the credits that come from the New York Film Academy.
When you attend an open house for a campus, you'll have a car salesman escort you around. He'll show you what students are up to, films they're making, photos they're taking, etc. He'll introduce you to various chairs of departments and they'll go over what they do and how they'll supposedly challenge you. They will convince you, because they're good at it. That's what they are good at; selling.
It's a for-Profit school. Nothing more.