Study UK Europe: Gateway to the UK is the British Council's first ever Study UK event dedicated to students from European countries.
We will be joined by more than 60 UK universities, including 13 of Times Higher Education's top 20 UK universities for 2021, the leading Welsh and Scottish universities, and many universities from the UK's elite 'Russell Group'.
Students can register now, for free. The programme will run from 19 October-13 November.
The event will offer students a unique platform where they can:
- Book private online meetings with university representatives;
- Attend online talks about the most important information about studying in the UK – including the most popular subjects for European students, step-by-step guidance about applying to the UK and advice on your first steps as a UK student;
- Find out about newly released scholarships for EU students from UK universities, and the cost of studying in the UK;
- Get the latest information about visas and health insurance for EU students;
- Hear presentations by current students and alumni of UK universities from countries across Europe;
- Speak to British Council experts in online meetings;
- Get information about English language tests and requirements for UK universities.
How can students join?
Please share this link to students to register to the event: https://bit.ly/3meAiXY
Please note that for the best experience, we suggest that students register individually to attend themselves rather than joining as a group. This is so that students can interact directly on the platform, ask questions and get communications around the event into their own email inboxes.
Is there anything else we can share?
We've put together some resources to help you share this opportunity with your students and other contacts.
I've attached a short document to this email, with some suggested Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts, as well as a short summary of the event.
Please feel free to adapt any of these. All we ask is that you use the specific link above – this will help us understand how students find out about our event so we can keep improving the way we share opportunities like this.