Announces 9th Annual Travel Video Contest Winners

Share Article is pleased to announce the 9th annual Travel Video Contest winners. This contest is in support of International Education Week and allows students to submit a video telling us about a study abroad or trip they want to take.

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This contest allows students to showcase their creativity and enthusiasm for international travel and education and each year we are surprised at the quality and message in the submissions., the premier international education marketing company serving students and institutions worldwide, is proud to announce the newest winners of their 9th annual Travel Video Contest. Each year students from around the world compete for an array of prizes by submitting quality videos describing a trip they would love to take or a proposed study abroad, with winners announced on the last day of International Education Week.

“Our contest was initially created in hopes of inspiring students to pursue their dreams of an international education, and now in its 9th year, we could not be more proud of the outcome,” says Bryanna Davis, Marketing Coordinator at

The contest is open to current and prospective study abroad and international students hoping to help fund their education, causing an upsurge in popularity every year. Each of this year’s 59 submissions are reviewed for creativity, originality and quality by an elite judging panel comprised of leaders in international education as well as past winners.

Ranking high in all three facets, Danielle Boxill’s hand-drawn and impeccably inspirational video, “My Illustrated Life” has earned the $4,000 grand prize to study animation in the United States. In addition to a cash award, Boxill will receive a blog on to document her travels.

Second place winner Anh Nguyen has earned a $500 prize for his heartfelt video, “Revisiting Homeland Vietnam.” Nguyen self-produced the music in his short video, adding an appropriate touch of somber to the subject of poverty in his home country.

In third place, with a focus on visual effects, is Drew Thomas’s stunning video “Hollywood of The North” his third place title earned him a $250 prize.

Ebrahim Kayali’s sentimental film, “City of Science and Blood” won the Viewers’ Choice award with 1,464 votes, earning him a cash prize of $1,000.

“This contest allows students to showcase their creativity and enthusiasm for international travel and education and each year we are surprised at the quality and message in the submissions.” says Davis. “ knows firsthand how costly studying abroad can be and we are simply thrilled to help students get one step closer to obtaining their dreams.”

For further information, contact Bryanna Davis at bdavis(at)envisageinternational(dot)com or visit the contest pages on the site:

About Envisage International Corporation, the parent company of

Envisage International Corporation (EIC) is a leader in international education marketing, running a network of internationally recognized websites and providing unique products and services that meet the needs of students and organizations from all around the world. With focus purely on international education, EIC provides expert solutions for international student recruiting, student loans and student health and travel insurance.

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