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UK University Clearing Open Day

Thursday, 04 July 202410:00 - 13:00

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Are you worried about not finding a space at a UK university for September 2024 entry? Don't be.

Whether exploring alternative options, reconsidering your initial choices, or simply starting your university application journey, our Clearing Open Day is tailored to equip you with the knowledge and resources needed to make informed decisions and secure your spot at a UK university.

During this session, you'll gain insights into:

  • Understanding UCAS Clearing: Learn how it works and how it can open doors to renowned universities across the UK.
  • Explore Available Opportunities: Explore the wide array of courses and institutions available through UCAS Clearing, ensuring you find the perfect fit for your academic and career aspirations.
  • Expert Guidance and Support: Benefit from expert advice and guidance from SI-UK professionals who will provide invaluable tips on navigating Clearing, crafting compelling applications, and making informed decisions.
  • Insights: Gain exclusive insights into university life, campus facilities, and student support services, helping you envision your future academic journey with clarity.

Institutions Attending

Kingston University

Your Kingston University degree will prepare you for your future by providing you with the skills employers seek. With careers-focused teaching, real-world learning environments, work placement opportunities, mentoring and support, Kingston graduates can get ahead of the competition to join the world of work and lead successful careers.

  • Representative: Alma Tucker

University of Reading

In the top 200 global universities, Reading combines a rich history with cutting–edge research, a world-class student experience, research-informed teaching, and an international reputation. Established in 1892, the University is 25 minutes from central London and within easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • Representative: Helen Sinclair

University of Roehampton, London

Choosing the right university is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. Roehampton offers a first-class educational experience to help you reach your full potential and pursue your desired career.

  • Representative: Lidia Dabrowski

Study Group

Study Group International Study Centres offer undergraduate and postgraduate pathway programmes designed to help you develop your academic and English skills for progression to a wide range of leading UK universities. As well as developing your English language skills and subject knowledge, pathway programmes will also allow you to develop your organisational skills, critical thinking, and research abilities, helping you to become an employable university graduate. 

  • Representative: Ewa Zagotto

University of Stirling

The University of Stirling aims to be at the forefront of research and learning that helps to improve lives. Working with academic, commercial, public, private and voluntary sector partners, Stirling is one of the UK’s leading research universities in health and wellbeing, the environment and people, culture and society, enterprise and the economy, and sport.

  • Representative: Emma Kirkland

University of Strathclyde

Based in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, you’ll be part of a vibrant international family with over 30,000 students from over 140 countries. Join a university that celebrates more than 200 years of delivering academic excellence, world-class research and making an impact through innovation.

  • Representative: Sherry Fan

University of West London

Studying at the University of West London is about gaining the skills, expertise and insight you need to excel in your chosen career. Highly experienced industry experts will teach you and have the chance to benefit from close industry connections.

  • Representative: Mariann Baker/ Nick Miller

Don't miss this opportunity to take control of your academic future and secure your place at a prestigious UK university through UCAS Clearing. Reserve your spot today.

Why attend an SI-UK Event?

Meet Official Representatives of UK Universities

Speak with international admissions officers and representatives from UK universities one-to-one.

Ask The Important Questions

Inquire about specific courses, entry requirements, scholarship opportunities, accommodation, and support services for international students.

All Events Are Free

All SI-UK open days, application workshops, seminars and webinars are free to attend!

Free UK University Application Service

We have helped over 1.3 million students successfully apply to UK universities, and you could be next.

Attending an SI-UK event allows you to meet UK universities in one location, ask questions directly to university representatives, network with other students, and participate in seminars and workshops hosted by university lecturers.

  1. Before attending the event, research the institutions that are attending.
  2. Bring copies of your academic transcripts, test scores (if applicable), and any other relevant documents.
  3. Inquire about specific courses, entry requirements, scholarship opportunities, accommodation options, and support services for international students.
  4. Jot down important information during your conversations with university representatives.
  5. Collect contact information from the representatives you meet and follow up with any additional questions or inquiries you may have after the event.
  1. What are the entry requirements for the course(s) I'm interested in?
  2. Are there any scholarships or financial aid options available for international students?
  3. What support services are available for international students, such as accommodation assistance, academic advising, and counseling?
  4. Can you provide information about the campus facilities, including libraries, laboratories, sports amenities, and student clubs?
  5. What is the teaching style like, and how much emphasis is placed on practical experience or research opportunities?

Attendance at SI-UK events is free for prospective international students.

Preparing for a university visit is essential to maximise your time there. Some things you should do include:

  • Research the university and your favourite courses in advance.
  • Prepare a list of questions to ask.
  • Bring copies of your academic documents and any other relevant materials.
  • Dress appropriately and professionally.
  • Take notes during your visit to remember important details later.

Scholarship Support

Scholarships provide financial assistance to international students who may not have access to the same resources as domestic students. Tuition fees for international students are higher, and the expense of travelling the world to study at a UK university can offset the financial burden of studying abroad by providing vital financial support.

If you are looking for a scholarship, grant, or bursary to help fund your studies in the UK, the SI-UK team and selected UK universities can assist you with what you are eligible for.

Supporting Documents

When attending a UK university open day as an international student, you must bring along several supporting documents to ensure you have all the necessary information and materials. We recommend that you bring:

  • Academic Transcripts: Please provide copies of your high school transcripts and any previous academic qualifications, such as diplomas or certificates.
  • English Language Proficiency Certificate: If English is not your first language and you've taken an English proficiency test (such as IELTS or TOEFL), bring a copy of your test results.
  • Passport: Your valid passport or any other form of identification.
  • Visa Documents: If you already have a student visa or have applied for one, bring copies of relevant visa documents or confirmation of visa application.
  • Resume/CV: Please include a copy of your resume or curriculum vitae (CV) detailing your educational background, work experience, extracurricular activities, and any other relevant achievements.
  • Portfolio (if applicable): If you're applying for a creative or practical course that requires a portfolio (e.g., art, design, architecture), bring samples of your work or a portfolio showcasing your skills and creativity.
  • Reference Letters: Copies of reference letters from teachers, professors, or employers that support your application.

By bringing these documents, you'll be well-prepared to engage with university staff, gather relevant information, and make the most of your UK university open day experience as an international student.

Visa Advice

SI-UK's visa consultant is registered with the Home Office OISC* (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) and has extensive knowledge of the latest immigration legislation, rules and regulations.

SI-UK’s Student Visa Service offers advice and assistance to international students wishing to obtain a UK visa, specialising in General Student visas, Child Student visas and Short-term study visas (for English language courses lasting 6-11 months).

At SI-UK events, we can help clarify your visa status and help you successfully secure a study visa for the UK.

Breckett Front  My consultant was very helpful and motivating. She helped me every step of the way, even when the deadline was so close. I feel I could not have done it without her. I'd highly recommend this service to any and all of my many friends interested.  Breckett Front

Brishti Basu Biosciences at Coventry University