Higher Education Video Production Oxford
A specialist production company for educational video content.
Video content for universities, colleges and training providers
Located in Oxford, a global centre for higher education, Bounce produces video content for educational organisations. With clients including The University of Oxford, our specialist higher education video production team can help you recruit new students, inspire learners and present research. From promotional films to case study videos, and conference highlights films, we find the right production format for you.
Award-winning higher educational storytelling
Bounce is run by BAFTA-award winning former TV producer, Grace Gibbons. Grace has over 13 years’ experience of filming in educational settings. We can help you maximise your content by developing a strategy and a range of social media tools, and help you distribute the content so it reaches your target audience.
Check out our higher education videos
Entrepreneurship Faculty, University of Oxford
University of Oxford Postgraduate Diploma
Academic Research Video
Liverpool John Moores University
Oxford University PDH Student/Entrepreneur
Special Educational Needs College
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A specialist in educational organisation videos
Education video production tips
Keep it simple. Your scripts need to cater for all audiences. Use short sentences and avoids abbreviations, acronyms and academic language.
Keep it short. Less is more when it comes to online viewing. The best videos are the shortest ones. We recommend 1-2 minutes per video.
Grab the audience’s attention. You need to draw people in right from the first shot, for example, swap your organisation’s logo for a dynamic shot or engaging interview snippet.
We would be very happy to recommend Bounce Video. Given the brief amount of time we gave them to prepare, they were unfazed by both our requests and ‘anxieties’! They integrated into the final day of our residential school, quietly, calmly and very efficiently and we are very pleased with the end result. Thank you.
Marion Greensleaves, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford