Camera Skills Could Earn You Cash for Studying Abroad

If you’re tired of writing essays for scholarships, try making a video instead! awards cash to a few lucky  students to make their study abroad dreams a reality! You have to check out these videos. recently held their sixth annual Travel Video Contest. The grand prize:  $4,000 to one lucky student and their own featured blog on International Student.

To enter the video contest is simple. The video should be no longer than five minutes describing why you want to study or travel abroad. It can be funny or serious, you pick!

The winners were just picked for this year’s contest, but the next video contest will re-open in September 2012. So start making your videos now! For inspiration, check out the students who placed this year.

More information about the Travel Video Contest

First Place: Jonathan Moore “English Swaggin’ ” This video earned him $4,000 and his own blog on International Student.

Second Place, $500 prize: Anna Sycz, Poland. This video shares Anna’s journey of leaving Poland to study in Boston, Massachusetts.

Third Place, $250 prize: Vid Rajin, Serbia. “Cave Animator”

 Fourth Place $250 prize: Ana Gabriela Toree Gomez, Mexico. “Defying Gravity”

Check out previous winners!

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Owned by Envisage International Corporation, has been helping students study abroad since 1998. If you are looking to finance your education, don’t forget to check out which provides useful information on scholarships, grants and loans. It also provides a wealth of information including an easy-to use Concierge Service, which matches students with well-suited universities based on your interests.

An example of resources provided by is the upcoming Hobsons Virtual Student Fairs. Potential students will have a chance to talk to admissions representatives and other International students already on campus.  Twenty U.S. colleges and universities will be participating in these virtual fairs. Just by attending students will be eligible to win $3,000US in scholarships!

Learn more & see which US universities are attending!
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