Who can participate?
The Europemobility Video Contest 2014 is open to any European Learner who has accomplished a practical training programme, such as a youth exchange, a work placement, an internship or a business exchange abroad, within or outside Europe. The learning mobility exchange in another country may have been supported by a national programme, by your own initiative or by another programme such as (Youth in Action, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus Placement, Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, Comenius, Grundtvig).
“What is your mobility experience” ?
We are looking for original and creative testimonials wishing to share their mobility experiences.
-> You can make a documentary or a short presentation, a photo slide or a traditional video.
-> You can focus on any aspect of your stay abroad, such as your personal or professional improvement, your social or cultural discovery, your benefits and new opportunities.
-> You can use humour, music, photos, drawings, animations and any other media source.
Just be creative and tell us what your mobility experience might look like! (just please pay close attention to the applicable video and audio legal terms)
ATTENTION ! – Deadlines
Videos must be uploaded by registered candidates on the Europemobility web site by 15th July 2014, 23:59:59 CET. The earlier you publish your video, the more chances you will have to get additional votes. Online voting system is open from the moment of approval and publishing of the video until 30 July 2014, 23:59:59 CET.
Europemobility International Jury will publish on www.europemobility.tv the names of the winners by 1 August 2014, 23:59:59 CET.
Conditions to participate:
Your video MUST be one to three minutes long.
Your video MUST be original and produced by you.
The video MUST be spoken in English OR, in case you want to use another language, the video MUST be English subtitled.
Your video, images, audio and text MUST respect the international Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) legislation.
We invite you to discover and use free and legal sharing licence agreements available online, such as CREATIVE COMMONS.