Attending the SI-UK University Fair is the best way to gather information from a number of different sources about where you should study in the UK. By following the below advice, you can make the most of your day at the next UK University Fair on Sunday March 27th at the Royal Lancaster London.
60 UK universities will be in attendance and admissions officers will be able to answer all your questions on courses, entry requirements and fees, but it is important to do your own research before the event and ask the right questions. Register for free online today to confirm your place at the Fair and get ahead of the competition for 2022 entry.
How to Prepare for the SI-UK University Fair
- Research courses and universities
Begin by looking into which UK universities offer the course you wish to study, and make a shortlist. There are over 66,000 courses available to search in the SI-UK database, so have a look and see what you might like to study!
I have found a course, what next?
Check who is attending the UK University Fair, and then consider the important factors which go into deciding where to study, including:
Doing tasks such as this now will save you time when it comes to attending the Fair on the day. If this seems daunting, don’t worry! Speak to our London team by arranging a free consultation or calling 020-7287-7040 prior to the event and we can help answer all your questions and clarify what steps to take next.
- Questions to ask universities
Although you can find plenty of information about the universities on their website, there are still things you won’t find online. Here are some suggestions about what to ask when meeting universities at the London UK University Fair.
Courses and applications
- What are my chances of being accepted on this course?
- Are work placements or internships provided?
- What are the entry requirements?
- What does the university look for in applications for this course?
Careers and employability
- What are my potential career prospects?
- What are your graduate employment rates for international students?
Accommodation and transport
- Are international students guaranteed on-campus accommodation?
- Is university accommodation based on campus, if not, how long does it take to travel to the campus?
- Is private accommodation available?
Tuition, budgeting and scholarships
- How much are the course tuition fees?
- Am I eligible for a scholarship or any other type of funding?
Recreation, facilities and support
- What sports facilities are available?
- What on-site services are available?
- What support services (counselling/faith/health etc) are available?
Attend the UK University Fair London
If you are interested in studying in the UK from September 2022, do not miss out on meeting 60+ UK universities at the SI-UK University Fair on Sunday March 27th at the Royal Lancaster London. Register for free entry today.