FILMS FOR UNIVERSITIES & THE EDUCATION SECTOR

We create compelling videos for education, for advertising education & for connecting you to your audience

You need professional video production, whether for marketing, recruitment or training. We work with educational institutions of every size, for every form of project. We appreciate just what it takes for a recruitment video to impress potential candidates, for a marketing video to engage current students and for a training video to deliver the most complex of concepts.

What we do (and why it matters to you)

video production for universities

Students feel as though they compete for places. Truth be told, when jostling for attention your marketing department may feel it’s the other way around. Video is a persuasive tool that grabs attention – tell the stories of your people, powerfully.

video production for schools

Your organisation is built upon the people you employ – when undertaking a recruitment drive, you need an edge. We understand what matters to the in-demand candidate (and how this should translate to video production).

video for schools

By and large, we humans are hardwired to be visual learners. Now, just how helpful are pages of training text (even with pretty pictures). Go beyond the manual – train your staff in full, fabulous HD video.

video for universities

Beyond training, marketing and recruitment, there is a world of possibilities when it comes to how video can be used by educators. You brief us, we film, we produce (in more ways than one).

Captivate. Your Students, Your Potential Students, Your Audience

Versatile video production, whatever your educational establishment, regardless of how specific your demands – we deliver.

We commissioned Bakehouse to produce a film to support our Malaysian student recruitment campaign. The guys made the whole process very easy and the end product was very well received by the university and prospective students. I would certainly recommend Bakehouse and will use them again on future projects.
Kylie Baxter, Information Officer, University of Hull