Study UK University Webinar Series 21 February – 10 March 2022

Study UK University Webinar Series

A look inside UK higher education is an eye-opening event featuring over 50 speakers from 19 renowned UK institutions sharing inspiring stories and interactive talks for 10 days!

Study UK University Webinar

This webinar series is completely FREE and open to parents and students from Brunei, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Seize this unique opportunity dedicated to East Asian students and learn insider information from Faculty guest speakers and current students. Register today!

10 inspirational talks across three key themes

21 – 23 February 2022
StudyUK Readiness: Draw up your action plan
Official representatives from Universities and Colleges Admissions System (UCAS), British Council IELTS, UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), and Study UK will give you an overview of the UK’s higher education system, admissions process and Foundation programmes. Winning tips for writing a successful personal statement and applying for the IETLS scholarship will also be covered.

24 February – 9 March 2022
Unlock Potential: Map out your study and career path in the wake of 4IR
Join a panel discussion by esteemed academic speakers and current students to talk about study and career options in 6 different subject areas – Business (incl. MBA), Engineering & Technology, Life & Health Sciences (incl. Veterinary Medicine), Computer Science & Game Design, Creative Arts, and Humanities and Education (TESOL). You will also learn how UK universities develop students’ skills and equip them ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

10 March 2022
Future Success: Build up your career roadmap
From 1 July 2021, international students can apply to stay in the UK for two years (or three years for PhD students) after finishing their studies, through the new Graduate Route. Speakers will outline what careers support and opportunities available at UK universities and how they underpin international students’ employability prospects.