Saturday 14 January 2017 to Sunday 15 January 2017

Attend useful seminars to prepare you for studying in the UK. Special IELTS workshops for all 4 essential skills are also on offer to boost your confidence when taking the IELTS examination with English speaking skills practice and experts who will provide on-the-spot feedback. 

Seminar Schedule : 

Saturday 14 January 2017  |   Main Stage   |    Seminar Room

Sunday 15 January 2017    |   Main Stage   |    Seminar Room

Saturday 14 January 2017

Main stage

Time Topics

How to write an effective personal statement

Advice and guidance on writing a personal statement for application at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This session will guide you through how to make your statement the best that it can be, so you stand out to Admissions Officers – for the right reasons!


Studying management in an age of uncertainty

by the University of Leicester 

This seminar makes the case for a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the unprecedented challenges to business and management that are emerging on multiple fronts: social, political, economic and environmental. The discussion draws on examples from marketing and management to explore the opportunities for moving beyond ‘business as usual’.

13.00-13.45 IELTS Workshop – Speaking Skills

Applying for a UK visa

by the British Embassy Bangkok

This session will give you advice on applying for a UK visa, along with an overview of UK student visas, and all you need to know when applying for the Tier 4 student visa, such as rules of eligibility, documents you must provide, and what you can and can't do while in the UK.


How to apply for an undergraduate course in the UK


This session will provide advice on how to choose your course, when you need to apply, and how to make a strong application. The entire application cycle will be covered, from initial research to having your place confirmed, with the opportunity to ask questions.

16.00-16.45 Studying an LLM as part of your preparation for your Judges’ Exam by the University of Aberdeen
17.00-17.45 IELTS Workshop – Reading Skills

Seminar room

Time Topics

How to write the UCAS personal statement

by Mander Portman Woodward

This seminar will cover essential preparation for UCAS undergraduate applications, focusing on how to write the Personal Statement, and will also look at the content, structure and style of the Personal Statement.


IB, A Level or Foundation: which one is right for you? 

by Bellerbys College

How are these three types of programmes, IB, A level and Foundation, different? This seminar will explain.


What makes a successful business student in the UK?

by Brunel University London

An insight into how to succeed in class as well as how to make the most of other work-related and networking opportunities which are available to students. 


Engineering degrees in the UK - subjects and career choices 

by Swansea University

This seminar will cover the differences between the different types of degrees (BEng, MEng, MSc, MRes, PhD) and talk about career opportunities, and sectors that typically employ students from these disciplines.


Pathways to top universities

by Oxford International College

This talk will explore various pathways for entry into a Bachelor’s degree at top universities around the world. 


Opportunities to gain an international work experience while studying in the UK

by the University of Southampton

This seminar will provide information on how students can improve their employability and top tips and advice on how to maximise study experience with a part-time job, placement or internship while studying in the UK.

Sunday 15 January 2017


Time Topics

Chevening Scholarships and other scholarship opportunities for Thai students 

Information on Chevening Scholarships, the UK government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders, and other scholarship opportunities for Thai students. 


How to get into the UK’s top universities

by Cardiff Sixth Form

Get insight into UCAS application and top tips on preparing yourself to apply for the UK’s top universities.

14.00-14.45 IELTS Workshop – Listening Skills

Inspirer Forum  

Be inspired by stories from UK alumni Ta Pipoo, the news anchor from Channel 3 and Art Thomya, the renowned singer and travel blogger.  


Undergraduate study in the UK

by the University of Bath

This session will cover a range of topics, such as finding out about universities in the UK, choosing the right course, the application process, what to expect from your studies and life as an international in the UK.

17.00-17.45 IELTS Workshop - Writing Skills


Time Topics

Top tips for the application success 

by the University of Plymouth 

What to do, and what not to do, when applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. This seminar will cover researching your choices, narrowing options down to manageable numbers for application, and preparation of as strong an application as possible.


Effective university interview preparation 

by the New College of the Humanities 

This seminar will provide you with top tips for your university interview. This will include tips for face-to-face interviews as well as Skype interviews.


Pathways to a UK degree. Choosing the right university for you!


This interactive seminar discusses the key advantages and opportunities students have through studying a foundation year in Thailand.  The session will also aim to showcase a number of universities outlining the breadth of options available to Thai students following a foundation year. It will emphasise different aspects that should be taken into consideration when choosing a course and university e.g. city or campus options, degree specialities, international student support, work placement options.


Studying for an LLM at a UK Law School 

by the University of Dundee 

An overview of the types of teaching methods used at TPG level in UK law schools. Be given an opportunity to ask about living and study environments. Discuss how learning and teaching is assessed and be given examples of commonly used assessment techniques. Learn about the types of career and professional development opportunities provided by UK law schools.


How to make a good application to support your business study in the UK

by Westminster Business School

This special session will explore how to frame your academic experience, selling your professional/work experience, and what business study in the UK does and doesn’t involve.


Webcast on Informatics (Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Robotics)

by King's College London