17 September 2020
The SI-UK University Fair Online, organised to help Indian students gain access to UK universities, will be held on Saturday, October 10th between 1pm-6pm and 50 universities have already confirmed to attend.
It is the largest UK university fair exclusively organised each year by SI-UK for providing Indian students with direct access to meet leading universities from the UK and discuss courses, entry requirements, scholarships, accommodation, visa and all other queries regarding UK Study. This virtual Fair will be a great opportunity for interested students to enquire about bachelors and masters programmes at UK universities starting from January 2021 and also apply for exciting scholarships.
The universities confirmed to be attending the fair include University of Manchester, University of Durham, University of Birmingham, Coventry University, Loughborough University, City University of London, Brunel University London, University of Glasgow, Queen Mary University of London and many more.
International admissions officers and university representatives will be available to meet interested students on a one-on-one basis alongside an expert team of education consultants from SI-UK who can help you choose the right course to study in the UK and also assist you with the application process.
Come prepared with your supporting documents as you may stand a chance to get on-spot offers for the January 2021 Intake. Register online for free entry and also get a free pre-counselling session with an SI-UK consultant to help you prepare for the virtual Fair and choose which universities to meet on that day.
You can meet as many universities as you like! So don’t miss this fantastic opportunity and attend the SI-UK University Fair online on Saturday October 10th, meet 50+ UK universities at one place and get free UK visa advice and application support.
I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.
Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling