- Currently be enrolled at the University of Ottawa or Saint-Paul University in a master’s (with thesis or with project) or PhD program at the time of the uOGRADflix Competition. Master’s and PhD students who have completed the requirements of their degree but have not yet graduated are eligible to participate.
- Agree to allow your video to be made public. If you are selected as a finalist, your photo and biography will also be made public.
- By submitting your video, you are agreeing that your submission is an original work created by you and that you have all necessary rights in, and to, the submission.
- To be eligible to win a prize, you must attend the virtual showcase or you must assign a delegate who can accept the prize on your behalf.
- Your video must not be longer than 60 seconds and must meet the video requirements and copyright stated below.
- Presentations may be in English or French.
- Video submissions and consent forms must be received by the deadline.
- Previous finalists who did not win a prize are eligible to compete again. The video they will submit must be considerably different.
Note: The University of Ottawa reserves the right to disqualify entries that violate copyright laws, the competition rules, or contain inappropriate material.