University of Wolverhampton Case Study Video
For many prospective students, the quality of the course on offer when deciding which university to apply for is naturally a huge consideration, but it’s not the only one.
As the higher education sector becomes more competitive, many prospective students are now interested in knowing not just how good a course is, but how that course can directly benefit them after they graduate.
With this in mind, the University of Wolverhampton approached us regarding the creation of a case study video, designed to promote their innovative computer science courses, as well as the positive impact they can have for students in the workplace.
To do this, we spent a day filming with the team at VOiD Applications, a company formed by three graduates of the University’s School of Mathematics and Computer Science – Chris Carter, Jake Rogers, and Neil Cooper.
Based at the Wolverhampton Science Park, VOiD Applications create mobile apps for the purposes of marketing, enterprise, education, and training.
The company was formed in 2013 as an expansion of VOiD Games Ltd, launched a year earlier.
In our video – which you can see above – we examined the history of the company and its expansion, the student placements it offers, and how the computer science courses the founders graduated from benefit them in the day to day running of their own business.
By using VOiD for our case study video, we were able to show how the University of Wolverhampton can enable students to not only graduate with relevant knowledge and skills, but can also provide an opportunity for students to use those assets in the workplace or to set up their own businesses once their study is over.
For more on the University’s School of Mathematics and Computer Science, visit www.wlv.ac.uk/MCS
For more on VOiD Applications, visit www.voidapplications.co.uk/
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