STUDY POLITICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL
NET NATIVES & UNIVERSITY OF HULL
We were approached by Net Natives to produce a series of films presenting the variety of placement opportunities offered at the University of Hull. The films needed to highlight the key benefits of gaining experience aside from studying on campus, in the workplace, preparing the student for life upon graduating. The opportunities captured included students working: in Parliament, at Siemens Gamesa, at the Museum Quarter in Hull’s old town and with young children teaching football.
To get an accurate portrayal of the student’s experiences, not only did we need them to tell us what it was like and why it was beneficial, but we needed to see the students at work, embracing the experiences they had for the previous 12 months. The films needed to be energetic and pacey, reflective of the transition from education to the workplace and the subsequent exciting contrast in lifestyles. Northern Visuals shot wind-turbine blades being manufactured at Siemens Gamesa & the House of Parliament in Westminster, providing a visually engaging insight into the student’s lives during their placements.
The films were used across various online platforms, with the main videos being displayed on the subject’s Hull University webpage, & numerous social media cuts being released on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. They act as short, snappy insights that attract students to the courses, with the confidence that they’ll experience more than just a standard university education. Instead, showing that there will be a range of opportunities to lay the path they’ll take upon graduating.