The UK National Europass Centre announces the winners of 2015 Europass Video Competition
The UK NEC is pleased to announce that judging has now concluded for the 2015 competition.
The first prize was awarded to Adam Parks, Lucy Endacott, Elliot James and Maria Londono (team Bugaboo) from Southampton Solent University. Their clever short
video received the most votes for creativity and originality.
The second prize was awarded to Ashley Williams who created a skilfully animated Lego world in which a Lego person finds Europass
is the key to a new life in Paris – or a Lego Paris, at least, featuring a Lego Eiffel Tower.
The third prize was awarded to Lindsay Dow. Her video features Claxon, a visiting alien who endures a series of dead-end jobs
until a Europass CV puts him on a better career path for brighter Earthly prospects. The video emphasised advantages
of using the Europass portfolio when looking for employment.
Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all who entered! All of the videos were entertaining and creative, and the
jury had a difficult decision to make. All of the participants in the competition are commended for their hard work.
The finalists will be awarded prizes with a total combined value of £800
The top videos are now available on Europass UK You Tube channel.
1st Canterbury Christchurch University – Bethany Simpson
2nd Southampton Solent University – Zakarias Nadir, Arturo Herrero and Mario Abbadia
3rd University of Chester – Jamie Davies and James Lee
1st Southampton Solent University – The Mighty Ducks
2nd Southampton Solent University – Winning Entry
3rd Brooksby Melton College- Project Indie
1st City of Bath College – William Lambert and Henry Isaksen
2nd Southampton Solent University - LLJC Solent
3rd Southampton Solent University- Alis
1st Chippenham College - iTeam
2nd City of Bath College