University of Kent & Reading
About our partners
The Universities of Reading and Kent are two of Britain’s most forward thinking universities and in the top 3% of universities worldwide. Both have international outlooks, reflected in their courses and their welcome to international students.
Although there is much debate today over migrants numbers, in the past historians and archaeologists identified that there were higher levels of migration. In this film, we had to sets out some new findings with reference to the Roman Period (almost 2000 years ago) and to the First World War (100 years ago) but visually link them.
The film was made as a collaborative project between Kent’s School of History, Kent’s Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies, and the University of Reading’s Department of Archaeology.
Migration to and from Britain is currently a hot political topic, but is it really anything new? Apparently not! This film looks at the history of British migration, from the multi-cultural patchwork of Roman Britain to the First World War and finds that migration has always been a big part of British life.
Oxford Brookes University asked us to create an explainer video about their I.T strategy. They have created a strategy with strong foundations and an eye on innovation to empower staff and students to be the best they can be.
American non-profit organisation Bellwether Education Partners asked us to create an explainer film to raise awareness about school transportation, it’s struggles and their solutions.
Each year, the BBC invites a leading figure to give a series of lectures and in 2015, Professor Stephen Hawking delivered two lectures on the nature of black holes.
Migration to and from Britain is currently a hot political topic, but is it really anything new?
International partnerships are essential to the UK’s success in research, but none is more fruitful than the UK/US partnership.
What are the Liberal Arts and why should you study them at the University of Essex?
Discover how PISA testing helps to shape education reform in participating countries.
What’s the difference between a tame problem and a wicked problem?