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Chancellor's Commission Student Video Competition

We're looking for entries to our student video competition, on the theme: The University of Warwick – Supporting, Inspiring and Engaging a Region.

We welcome video entries of no longer than 5 minutes, with the overall winner of the video category receiving a prize of £1000.

The closing date for the competition is midday Friday 18th December 2015. For full competition rules please visit our competition summary.

We welcome individual, group and Society entries to the video competition. Entries should be submitted by a lead entrant, with other entrants for group entries, or the name of the Society for Society entries, listed in the ‘Name of Society/additional entrants if applicable’ box. If the winning submission is a group entry, the prize money would be paid to the lead entrant. If the winning submission is a Society entry, the prize money would be paid to the Society. All communication would be between the Chancellor’s Commission and the lead entrant.

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Background to the Commission:

The Chancellor's Commission is an independent inquiry established to consider the future role of the University of Warwick in Coventry, Warwickshire and the wider region.

It will create a longer term vision for the University's place in the region; formulating recommendations that ensure the University’s relationship to 'places' are strong, evolving and continue to build on the original vision for the University of five decades ago.

For more details on the work of the commission, visit our Commission website.