The awards recognise the best audiovisual work created by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Schedule for Friday 16 June:
1:00pm – Awards Registration and buffet lunch available
2.00pm – RTS Student Television Awards Ceremony starts
3.30pm – Awards Ceremony ends
3.30pm – 5.00pm - Drinks Reception
Please email Jamie O'Neill (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book your spaces at these Awards.
This year's RTS London Student Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Ore Oduba, the rising star of sports broadcasting and a regular face on the UK’s leading morning news programme, BBC Breakfast,
Tickets are available for the nominees and their university staff, with 20 available on ballot for members to attend and network with the next generation of TV creatives.
The 2024 student awards showcased an exceptionally high level of talent and promise amongst several participating colleges and institutes.
The judges were blown away by this year's entries and wish to congratulate all nominees and winners.
The awards were presented this afternoon at a prestigious ceremony at the BFI Southbank and hosted by TV and radio presenter, Will Njobvu.
Watch the highlights from the RTS Student Television Awards 2022, sponsored by Kinetic Content. The awards ceremony took place at the London College of Communication, UAL, on Friday 24th June, and was hosted by radio and TV presenter Yinka Bokinni.
See the full list of winners here.
Across the competitive categories, 17 institutions were nominated and the winners are set to be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony at the London College of Communication, UAL, on Friday 24th June, which will be hosted by radio and TV presenter Yinka Bokinni.
The winner in the Animation category is the stop animation film ‘Allotment’, created by Karla Engstrom and Samuel Carson, from Manchester Metropolitan University. In the Comedy and Entertainment Category, the winning programme is ‘Login’ created by Dan Finch from the University of Salford. The winning entry in the Drama Category this year is awarded to ‘Dog Factory’, by Brody Salmon and Izzy Brenan, from The Manchester Film School. In the Factual Category, the award goes to ‘Taking Control: Sex Work as a Modern Industry’, from Sophie Coupe at The University of Salford.
Sinéad Rocks, Managing Director, Nations and Regions at Channel 4 serves as chair of the RTS Student Television awards this year, and a new ‘Sustainability’ category also been added - encouraging students to stimulate action on matters related to the natural world and its essential value within their submissions.