We’re looking to create a promotional video that features key aspects of the Undergraduate Program at Telfer. Who better to show what we have to offer than our very own students? Let us tell you more about the opportunity!
- A two (2) minute original video showcasing our BCom program and how it connects you to what matters to you.
- Cash prize of $1,000 for the winning video.
- Deadline for video submissions is April 8, 2016.
- Winners will be announced April 15, 2016.
What Telfer Offers You - Video Competition
What Telfer Offers You - Video Competition
The Telfer School of Management is looking to create a promotional video that features key aspects of the Undergraduate Program. Who better to unveil what Telfer has to offer than the students themselves? Let us tell you more about the opportunity!
- A two (2) minute original video showcasing highlights of the Telfer School of Management’s BCom program and how it connects you to what matters to you. Some examples of highlights could include, but should not be limited to:
- International exchanges and CO-OP;
- Triple crown of business accreditations;
- Case competitions;
- Club events;
- Classroom activities (your professor must grant permission to use the images);
- Key areas within the Desmarais Building and on campus (Student Services Centre, Financial Learning Lab and Camille Villeneuve Room are but a few examples);
- Community engagement activities.
- This video will show future students what the Telfer School of Management has to offer. More than just a video competition, this will become a part of our promotional strategy to future students and will enhance student engagement. In essence, it’s a video by students for students.
- The best French and English submissions will each receive one of two $1,000 prizes.
- Telfer students who submit a video on what they believe are the focal points of the BCom program. Residents of Quebec are excluded.
- You can create the video in groups of up to 3 people (1-3 people).
- The deadline for video submission is April 8, 2016. Winners will be announced on April 15, 2016.
- Videos will be judged on the theme and the content presented. Other components that will be taken into consideration include: originality, theme development, narrative or dialogue to support theme, images to support theme, and technical quality.
- The format of the video must be suitable for posting on the Telfer School of Management website (.wmv, .mov, .mpeg, .avi, .mp4, .ram, or .swf).
- The video must be original and must comply with all content restrictions and competition rules.
- The video must not contain inappropriate content, or content that is likely to cause offence or to jeopardize the reputation of the School in any way.
Use and ownership of video entry
The participants retain copyright for the video. However, once submitted, the copy of the video becomes the exclusive property of the University. Each participant authorizes the University to use the video for promotional, educational or other purposes. By entering the contest, participants expressly waive all moral rights for the video. The School/University may, and may authorize others to, use, edit, reproduce, publish, broadcast, exhibit, transmit and distribute both the video itself and the name, images, audio, text and any other information submitted by the participants, without further permission or compensation.
Information collected from contest entries will be used by the School/University solely to select the contest winners. By participating in the contest, you agree that your video entry and any photo containing your image may be posted on the Internet, including the School and University’s websites, youTube, etc.
By entering the contest, you confirm that you have ensured:
a. that the video is original and does not infringe on any other person’s copyright, trademark, privacy rights or any other rights;
b. that you have obtained permission from any recognizable individual appearing in the video. Consent forms will need to be signed by these individuals (download a copy of the consent form [PDF]);
c. If music is used, tracks owned by a participant or tracks from a permission-to-use open source can be used. All commercial music must be credited to the copyright owners and only used with their permission.
The School/University is not responsible or liable for any claims related to the video entry, such as those related to infringement of intellectual property rights, public dissemination of the video and invasion of privacy, libel or slander. The School/University is also not responsible for technical hardware or software failures of any kind, for lost or unavailable network connections or for failed, incomplete, garbled or delayed computer transmissions that may limit or interfere with a participant’s ability to take part in the contest. By participating in the contest, you agree to release and discharge the University, its directors, officers, employees, sponsors, prize suppliers and their agents from all actions, claims and demands arising out of your participation in the contest, the awarding of the prize or the use of any personal information.