The campaign was first launched in 2013 by the University of Sheffield and its students' union, but has been relaunched in the wake of the EU referendum result in June.
In the film, students from around the world and Britain, extol the benefits of coming together with people different cultures and backgrounds.
Universities UK, the National Union of Students and the British Council, which helped to develop the films, have also produced a digital toolkit so that universities and individuals can adapt the campaign for themselves.
Post-Brexit, there has been widespread debate about the potential harm the decision could do to perceptions of how the UK welcomes students and researchers from around the world.
Mostafa Rajaai, international students officer for the NUS, said: "It is difficult to imagine what British universities would be like without the diversity, skills, different points of view and knowledge that international students bring with them to campuses. There is a long tradition of students coming from all over the world to the UK for a world class education and I hope this will continue for years to come."
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