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Una Europa Prize

Una Europa students, enter the first Una Europa video competition and win the Una Europa Prize! Share your view on the university of the future in a video of one to four minutes and get featured on Una Europa's social media channels. The top three videos will be shown to the Presidents of all Una Europa universities at Una Europa's General Assembly on 6 May. The cherry on the cake: The top three winners will be offered a coaching session on storytelling with a professional media coach.

What are the main requirements?

  1. Address the competition theme “What is your vision of the European university of the future?”
  2. Limit your video to one to four minutes.
  3. Upload your submission to our submission portal by 8 April 2021, 11:00 (CET).
  4. Ensure a quality of video and audio that is suitable for online publication.
  5. Make sure that you own the copyright to any material (image & sound) that you use in your video.
  6. You can submit a video as a team or individually.
  7. You'll be asked to read and accept all the fine print when uploading your video.

Who is assessing the videos, and how?

Your videos will be assessed by our jury consisting of four members Una Europa's Future UniLab:

  • Anna Zanoli
  • Justyna Bugaj
  • Tommi Laitio
  • Pedro Enruquez de Salamanca

The videos will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Originality of the video
  • Overall quality of the audiovisual material
  • Overall message of the video
  • Depiction of Una Europa’s visions and values

What is the actual prize?

Submitted videos will get featured on Una Europa's social media channels. The top three submissions will be shown at Una Europa's General Assembly on 6 May and the producers will be awarded the Una Europa prize by the Una Europa universities' Presidents. The three winners will be offered a professional coaching session on storytelling.

What to cover in the videos?

Dream big! We want to see your dream scenario for the European university of the future. How will students study in the future? Which type of degrees and mobility options should be on offer? What kind of digital learning would be great to have? How to handle multilingualism, ensure diversity? Which research topics should be the future universities' flagships?

Browse the Una Europa website, our joint manifesto, our initiatives, stories and social media channels for some inspiration. And then get your thinking caps and cameras ready! The sky is the limit.

This initiative is initiated as part of 1Europe.

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