UK University Fair FAQ
You do not need to have any background information about studying at a UK university - that is why SI-UK are here to help! As long as you know the course or subject you are interested in, SI-UK consultants will find the right university for you.
All visitors will be given a fair guide upon entry which will help locate the universities present, plus a comprehensive course guide will be available. Don't forget to take advantage of your free consultation with SI-UK beforehand as well, so we can help you find the right course before the big day. Courses can also be found via the SI-UK website using the search function.
Each institution will bring a supply of prospectuses, application forms and other materials to the exhibition, which are also free.
You can come and go whenever it suits your schedule. The fair will be open between 12:00 and 17:00 and you may return as much as you wish.
No, the UK University Fair is free for international students by registering through our website. If you do not register, there is a £5 entrance fee, while it is £10 for British nationals to gain entry.
To ensure that you are eligible to take advantage of on-the-spot offers and scholarship opportunities available at the UK University Fair, we recommend you bring the following:
- Education transcripts
- Professional History (CV/résumé)
- IELTS/TOEFL scores (if applicable)
- Personal Statement
For students interested in art and design courses, we recommend you bring a portfolio of your work.
No, this event attracts universities from all over the UK and is of great value to any student interested in studying in any part of the UK. Universities will be visiting from all parts of England, Wales and Scotland.
The UK University Fair is a unique opportunity for students to talk directly with representatives, admission officers and professors from a large number of UK universities. In addition, there will also be SI-UK education consultants available to answer specific questions about the application procedure, admissions, IELTS requirements, accommodation, visa procedures and anything else you might need answering in the following languages: English, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Punjabi, Arabic, Korean and Spanish.