Requirements and how to Upload A Presentation Video on YouTube
- The video should be an applicant’s presentation about his/her science research project and results.
- It has to be within 5mins.
- Even if the research has been done in a group, the applicant has to present by him/herself.
1. Get Ready to Upload A Video*
- Create a Gmail account. You can start signing up from HERE.
- Create a YouTube account. Click HERE for an instruction video.
- If you already have a Gmail and YouTube account, you can skip this step.
- There may be an age restriction in creating a Gmail and YouTube account for those under 13. (The minimum age may be different depending on countries. To find your country’s age requirement, please check HERE.) If the applicant is under the age requirement, please ask parents to create the accounts.
2. Upload A Video, and Change A Privacy Setting from “Public” to “Unlisted.”
Once you upload your video, please change a privacy setting so that others won’t be able to watch it.
If you have any troubles in changing the setting, please check an instruction video.
- Sign in to YouTube Studio.
- From the left menu, select Videos.
- Hover over the video you’d like to update, and click the down arrow under “Visibility” and choose Unlisted.
3. Copy The URL of The Video Uploaded, and Paste It in The Application Form.
Make sure the URL works correctly before you submit your application!
“Talent is something the society breeds and using those talents for the society is how to give back”
is the shared understanding who will act as a “Senpai” and support the students.
Each student who pass the assessment period and enroll to Manai will be assigned their own “Senpai.”
“Senpai,” as experienced member of the society, will help lead the students in their activities.
Specific roles of “Senpai” are:
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- Financial support for the student’s learning
- Providing access to their network
“Senpai” will be able to give back to the society through the talented Manai student - expanding their communities and field through the student.
We believe that for the students during their impressionable times being able to receive support and walk through this time together, will be extremely memorable and impactful.