Congratulations to the winners of the Unite! student video competition

The Unite! video contest aims to show the diversity and interculturality that define the Unite! student community.
Unite! student video contest. In the photo a student making a video with her phone.

Students from all Unite! partner universities were asked to show a typical day in their student life, common aspects (campus, cafeteria, home) and more personal aspects (social life, hobbies), in order to promote and embrace all the cultural differences that shape our alliance. 

27 students participated in Unite's student video contest and shared their daily student life. All students at the nine Unite! universities were invited to vote for their favorite video. From Aalto University there were three videos, and the winner is Jenna Lundström who studies at the School of Electrical Engineering. 

The winning videos will be used for pedagogical and dissemination purposes within the alliance and the winning students will be invited to the Unite! Student Festival in Lisbon, from June 29 to July 1st. 

And the winners are…

  • From Aalto University (Finland): Jenna Lundström
  • From Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany):Vincent Keller
  • From Graz University of Technology (Austria): Stefan Lintner
  • From Grenoble INP graduate school of engineering and management, University Grenoble Alpes (France): Aiymzhan Yerikkyzy
  • From KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden): Huahua Tian
  • From Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (Spain):Saurabh Nagarkar
  • From Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland): Marcel Sobecki

Congratulations for the great work! We are looking very forward to welcome you in Lisbon!

See Jenna's video below

A huge thank you to Aalto students Saurav Khadka and Xinyuan Chen for their participation and the work they put in.

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