Hi Dan, nice job! That's a good selection of work for your first year in.
A few things to consider:
1) The less you broadcast that this is student work, the more people will assume you can do good work for them professionally. So go in and change your fake title sequence text from "not based on a true story" to something plausible. And "made by daniel..." could be something plausible like "Produced by Ulrich Gardst"? It's already made-up bullshit, so make it bullshit that doesn't scream "HEY, LOOK, THIS IS TOTAL BULLSHIT"
2) Along those same lines, the on-foot chase scene you've shot looks ok, but it also screams "HEY, LOOK WHAT MY FRIENDS AND I SHOT ON MY 5D" hahaha. Everybody does it, but again, you don't want to broadcast that you're not working at a professional level, so if you have the option of cutting away from that footage sooner, do so. Obviously if you just don't have other work to show yet, that's not an option. That's also not to say that it would be inappropriate or bad form to show it, just that you always want to optimize your presentation for its purpose.
3) I don't know why your intro animation has a dark grey background, but your logo "fades" up from black. I'm not sure if that's intentional or not, but it seems like a mistake. If it's unintentional, fix it. If it's intentional, rethink it so it doesn't seem like a mistake.
You're doing well so far. Hope that helps!