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UK University Fair London Seminars | February 2020

UK University Fair Seminars

Learn more about visa applications, personal statement
writing and IELTS with our busy seminar programme.

UK University Fair Seminars

The UK University Fair host a number of seminars designed to help international students learn as much as possible about studying in the UK.

Schedule

13:00

 

Applying to study in the UK

If you are worried about the UK university application process, accommodation, what to study and where to do it, the first seminar of the day will go over the basics of studying in the UK.

Raveena Balani is a British Council accredited education professional with four years experience in the teaching and higher education sector in Thailand and the UK. Raveena attended the Assumption University of Thailand to study Marketing Communications before going on to Oxford University in 2016 to complete an MSc in Education. She now liaises with universities in the UK and runs marketing campaigns with the institutions to support student recruitment.
 

13:30

 

How to write a powerful personal statement

When applying to study in the UK, students will need to sell themselves by writing a personal statement which details why a university should offer you a place. One of our most popular seminars will take you through the dos and don’ts of personal statement writing for undergraduate study.

Robert Money attended Eton College before going on to Oxford to read Classics, where he graduated with an MA. Having subsequently studied law at Middle Temple he worked for Barclays Bank and a number of education related companies before joining SI-UK.

He now specialises in preparing high-calibre candidates for entry into Oxford and Cambridge, as well as providing a general service helping international students get into universities and MBA providers across the UK.
 

14:00

 

Hints and tips on the IELTS test

To study at a UK university, a minimum IELTS score of 5.5 is generally needed. In this special seminar on the International English Language Testing System, learn more about the IELTS test and how you can improve your score.

Emily holds a first-class Master’s degree in Peace and Conflict studies from the University of Sydney as well as an undergraduate degree in European politics and languages. She began teaching in Rome for the British Council and has experience of teaching in different language schools in both Italy and London. She started working for SI-UK in 2017 and has since become the senior IELTS teacher.
 

14:30

 

Art and Design: Planning your portfolio

If you want to study art, or an art and design related programme such as animation, in the UK, then you will likely need to submit a portfolio of work showcasing your creative, technical and professional ability during the application phase.

Tolani Jaiyeola is an international recruitment and international student support officer at Ravensbourne University London. Over the years, his recruitment activities in different parts of the world enhanced his knowledge in qualification assessment, portfolio advice, pre-CAS interview and Tier 4 General visa application process. He is passionate about the success of international students in the UK.
 

15:00

 

Applying to top UK universities

Do you have what it takes to apply to the very best UK universities? Institutions such as Cambridge and Oxford require academic excellence and have much tougher entry requirements for international students.

Robert Money attended Eton College before going on to Oxford to read Classics, where he graduated with an MA. Having subsequently studied law at Middle Temple he worked for Barclays Bank and a number of education related companies before joining SI-UK.

He now specialises in preparing high-calibre candidates for entry into Oxford and Cambridge, as well as providing a general service helping international students get into universities and MBA providers across the UK.

15:30

 

Studying Business in the UK

Are you an international student interested in becoming a leader in business, or in the planning, running and operations of an organisation? If so, studying a business degree in the UK is a great step towards realising your dream.

Henley Business School is consistently ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and The Economist and is also among an elite group of business schools - the top 1% in the world – to be triple-accredited for the quality and capability of its faculty and output.
 

16:00

 

Financial advice and support for EU and international students

If you are an international student, studying in the UK can be expensive. But the good news is that almost all UK universities offer different types of scholarships, grants, bursaries and tuition fee discounts to help fund your study in the UK.

Robert Money attended Eton College before going on to Oxford to read Classics, where he graduated with an MA. Having subsequently studied law at Middle Temple he worked for Barclays Bank and a number of education related companies before joining SI-UK.

He now specialises in preparing high-calibre candidates for entry into Oxford and Cambridge, as well as providing a general service helping international students get into universities and MBA providers across the UK.
 

16:30

 

Employability: Constructing the Perfect CV

It is never too early to start thinking about your life and career after graduation, and having an eye catching CV is an important step towards giving you an advantage in a crowded job market. In this seminar, we will go over some of the dos and don'ts of CV writing.

Oliver graduated from the University of Bath with a first-class degree in Politics with Economics. He played an active role in university admissions and careers services prior to joining SI-UK. Now a Business Development Manager, he also advises international students on applications to UK universities, including some of the top business schools.

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