Who can enter?
- Students of any age enrolled on a recognised full or part-time Higher Education level course, anywhere in the UK, on 1 January 2018
- Recent graduates of any age who have graduated from a recognised course in 2016 or later
How do I enter?
- Create your campaign and submit by Friday 1 June 2018 (5pm)
- Submit your work using a memory stick or disc and send to: Respect for Animals, 30 Station Road, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3AX; or submit it online using an appropriate medium to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can we enter as a team?
Yes. You can enter as an individual, or with others (max 4 in a team). All in the team must be eligible (see ‘Who can enter?, above).
How do I/we prepare my/our entry?
You will need to give a title (i.e. the name of your concept)and a short description of your idea (max. 50 words). You can also submit optional additional information showing supplementary executions (e.g. ads and app prototypes).
No PDFs please of images – they need to be JPEGs. PDFs of scripts etc. are fine though.
Copyright restrictions must be complied with. Ideally there will be no copyright issues with entries or parts of entries but entrants must ensure that any stock or typefaces used or bought come with appropriate permissions for use in a global campaign.
More information on copyright can be found here:
Videos: MP4 and MOV only, multiplexed with video and audio in a single file.
Images: JPEG only, RGB colour mode with minimum of 300dpi resolution, 5MB max file size.
Remember the work will be viewed on-screen so the aspect ratio must take this into account.