Want to study in the UK? Get advice from experts who really know
53 UK universities will take part in the British Council’s Virtual European Higher Education Fair – Study UK: Meet the universities. From February 14 to 25, students in Malta can explore a wide range of world-class courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
This year, undergraduate and postgraduate students will be able to engage with the UK’s top universities – including five of the UK’s top 10 universities and two in the Guardian’s University Ranking. 2021, Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021), and two-thirds of the members of the renowned “Russell Group” of leading research universities.
Study UK: The essentials is a free online event for students from European countries who want to study in the UK. It’s a fantastic chance to get the latest news and the most important advice on everything from filling out an application to getting a student visa to getting started as a UK student.
Who can join this event?
The event is suitable for European students of all levels, especially students looking for advice on finalizing and submitting their application and getting started in the UK. You could be:
- Apply for your first bachelor’s degree – or explore a master’s or postgraduate
- A seasoned traveler – or it’s your first time abroad
- Your application is sorted or you don’t know where to start.
Study UK: The Essentials is your chance to get the information you need, straight from students, universities and British Council experts, at the click of a button.
What are the former students saying?
“The British Council has simplified the whole process of opening this new chapter and studying in the UK. Thanks to their professional advice and expertise, I was able to enroll in an MBA program at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.
“This life-changing decision is one I encourage everyone else to make if you aspire to a greater purpose in life. With enough dedication and optimistic thinking, you will definitely come one step closer to achieving your goals. lifestyle and career. Andre Critien
“My first piece of advice would be to look at all the universities to see if they offer the right course for you. I studied, and now practice, in a very narrow area of law, so I needed to find the right university with the right conferences and the right scholars for the subjects I wanted”. Jeanine Rizzo
How to participate ?
The event is entirely online and takes place from Monday February 14 to Friday February 25, 2022.
How do I register?
The platform is part of the British Council’s Study UK campaign in Europe, which works with university partners to promote study in the UK and provide clear and reliable information to prospective students and their families. The event will give students direct contact with leading UK universities.
As well as registering for live webinars, students from EU and EEA countries can schedule one-on-one online meetings with advisers from UK universities. Registration to the platform is open and free. Many participating universities will share their latest offers of scholarships and funding available for EU students. Signing up to the platform allows students to browse university profiles and watch all webinar sessions from October Study UK: The Essential Event on Applying, Moving and Studying at a UK University.
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