More and more videos are filmed in 360° or 180°.

These videos in 180° and 360° formats answer the need for immersive experiences. You can find them on all the Social Network, you can watch Broadway shows, Sports videos or travel at free cost on google street view. In the light of this fact, at HigherEdMe, we thought that maybe you can have one more use of those innovating videos. Why not check your future campus abroad.

360 degree camera video during the footage - abroad campus videos

Where will you be studying next year? How will be the Housing? Will be good sports facilities? Is the neighborhood safe?

When you are going abroad, why not have a real look of your campus without an expensive trip.
In the near future, you will see before moving abroad a lot of this videos. Each one about places you will go and activities you will have there like how your housing, classrooms, or labs will be or what extra activities they offer. Coupled with alumni or teachers interviews, we think that we can really help you to project your future abroad self.

Then with this in mind and with a partnership with Le Pôle Léonard de Vinci and Captiv360°, we made this cool video that presents the Pôle Léonard de Vinci. The Pôle Léonard de Vinci is a French school of management located in Paris.


About The School:

Ideally situated in the heart of La Défense business district, the Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci unites more than 3500 students within its four schools which deliver degrees which are recognized by employers: the Graduate School of Engineering (ESILV), the Management School (EMLV), the Institute of Internet & Multimedia (IIM) and the School of Developers (DEVSCHOOL).The Institute of Executive Education (ILV) and the CFA Léonard de Vinci are also located within the Pole.

More information on their website:

In addition, if you wish to study in France, we already have some post that can interest you :

How we did it:

Thanks to the team of Captiv360°, all the footage turned in a day. You can see in the video some students of the school that came especially to help too. And special thanks to Pascal Brouaye, the Dean of Pôle Universitaire Léonard De Vinci who agreed to participate.

Of course, we hope to have more and more videos like that in the future. What do you think about it? Do you enjoy the video, does it give you to know more about the school that it presents? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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