Ravensbourne University London

Ravensbourne Awards

Recognising and rewarding the talent and diversity of our graduating students.

The Ravensbourne Awards are an opportunity for us to recognise the hard work, innovation and dedication to the creative arts shown by our graduating students. The awards are open to all graduating students from Ravensbourne and are a great opportunity for you to showcase your work, receive industry recognition and be in the running for fantastic prizes from our prestigious sponsors*.  

The winners of The Ravensbourne Awards will be announced on June 20th, 2018, between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. We look forward to receiving your award entries! 

*Keep an eye on announcements - prestigious industry sponsors and award prizes will be announced on a regular basis. 

How to Enter  

In order to enter your project to one of the below awards (or if you are a course tutor nominating a student) please complete the submission form here. In order to nominate a third year student to the Student Union President's Award only, please complete the nomination form here

You will be asked to provide a link to your project - please ensure that your project can be viewed by anyone with that link, in order for our panel of judges to consider your work. 

The deadline for all entries is midnight on June 4th, 2018. Projects entered after this time will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to discuss their work with the panel of judges between June 8th and June 13th, please make sure you are available between these dates. You will be informed which day to attend if you are shortlisted. The winners will be announced on June 20th, 2018, between 5:30pm and 6:30pm, at the Awards Presentation.

Students are able to enter more than one award. Please fill out one submission for each entry. 

If you have any questions please email awards@thedegreeshow.com. 

The Awards

The Ravensbourne Innovation Award (Supported by the O2)

The Ravensbourne Innovation Award is supported by the O2 and looks to recognise work that introduces new ideas, applies new creative thinking, or uses new materials or technology. Applicants should demonstrate how they have taken a provocative and challenging design or media approach to push the boundaries of their discipline - either practically or conceptually.

The prize for this award is £750.

This award will be judged by Laura Mair and Stephanie Enstein of the O2; Sarah Vick, an independent consultant who sits on the Design Advisory Board and Samuel Wilkinson, product designer at Samuel Wilkinson Studio. 

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

The Collaboration Award (Supported by Ravensbourne LTRC & HoloPortal : LoopSpace)

This award recognises a project that has set out to collaborate with others to achieve new thinking and practice, perhaps blurring disciplines in the process. Collaboration includes working together with other students or creatives within Ravensbourne or outside of Ravensbourne. Students with discipline-specific knowledge should be able to demonstrate how they have applied their own creative thinking, design and media practices, methodologies and production techniques to interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary projects, bringing others together in the production of their work.

The prize for this award is 5 x Apeman A77 4k Action Cameras from DoubleMe. 

This award will be judged by Karen Strutt, owner of BrandStrutt, and James Marks of DoubleMe. 

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

The Advocate Award

Tomorrow’s designers and media practitioners are increasingly aware of their responsibilities as global citizens to engage with complex ethical issues related to climate change, social justice, interdependence, well-being and biodiversity. The Advocate Award recognises projects that are created with a purpose in mind and tackle real life issues faced by society in the present day. For example, a project that aims to bring about social or economic change, or champion sustainability. We are looking for projects that address issues directly, and that have the potential to bring about positive change. 

The prize for this award is £500.

This award will be judged by Chrissy Levitt, founder of Creative Conscience and Melisa Tezcan, Digital Fundraising and Marketing Product Owner at the charity Shelter.

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

School of Design Award

This award is for an outstanding student, project or team from the School of Design at Ravensbourne who have not only produced excellent work, but have developed personally and holistically and demonstrated resilience and self-motivation to deliver outstanding work that best represents the ethos of the School of Design at Ravensbourne.

The prize for this award is £500.

This award will be judged by Prof. Lawrence Zeegen, the Dean of the School of Design; Laura Scott Rosales, Creative Consultant; Lukas Franciskiewicz, Lead Designer at Takram and Gareth Howat of Hat-trick Design.

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

School of Media Award (Supported by Raindance)

This award is for an outstanding student, project or team from the School of Media at Ravensbourne who have not only produced excellent work, but have developed personally and holistically and demonstrated resilience and self-motivation to deliver outstanding work that best represents the ethos of the School of Media at Ravensbourne.

The prize for this award is a £1000 gift certificate for Raindance (which can be redeemed for evening and weekend film training courses, a range of passes and VIP tickets for their festival in September or an exclusive Raindance membership).

The judges for this award are Gary Pritchard, the Dean of the School of Media and Dušan Mrđen of Raindance. 

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

The Student Union President's Award (Supported by the Student Union)

This award recognises students with real commitment to Ravensbourne during their time here, and how they have worked tirelessly to positively impact the Rave community. 

Nominate a third year student who you believe deserves recognition for their actions during their time here. Please provide details of their actions in as much detail as you can. 

This award has a prize of £500. 

This award will be judged by Stefan Ferrol, President of the Student Union. 

The deadline to enter a project to this award is midnight on June 4th 2018. 

  

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