Are you considering studying in the UK, but unsure where to start? This session will offer everything you need to know about studying in the UK!
From a range of topics such as the UK higher education system, types of institutions and courses, IELTS update, scholarships, to UK graduate prospects, representatives from Study UK, and the British Council IELTS provide the most up-to-date information and useful advice for you in 90 minutes.
Two student ambassadors of UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) and the 2018/19 IELTS Prize Winner (graduate of University of Cambridge) will also be on the panel to talk about what it is like to study as an international student in the UK. Expert tips on how to apply for the British Council IELTS Prize will also be revealed during the session. Sign up today!
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The Complete Study UK Guide - Things you should know before you study in the UK
British Council IELTS and its most recent updates
IELTS Prize Winner Sharing
Q&A (15 minutes)
Study UK Marketing Manager
The British Council Study UK
Amanda is currently the Study UK Marketing Manager, East Asia at the British Council. In this role she led Study UK B2B marketing plans to advise on business opportunities and deliver results for education business partners and provided education insights for students and their families, agents, and counsellors.
Anna So (Hong Kong)
UKCISA Student Ambassador
BSc (Hons) Biological and Biomedical Sciences
University of Dundee
Anna is a second-year student from Hong Kong studying Biological and Biomedical Sciences at University of Dundee. She hopes to develop her knowledge in how to influence policies and how different parties take part in making policies, which she sees as crucial knowledge for making positive change in her local communities.
Jie Fei Lau (Malaysia)
UKCISA Student Ambassador
University of Aberdeen
Jie Fei is from Malaysia and is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Aberdeen. She is interested to learn more about international students’ access to healthcare and wellbeing services, and wishes to highlight how international tuition fees have been a long-standing obstacle for students from less economically developed countries to gain an overseas education.
The British Council IELTS Expert
Alex Seward earned a Master's Degree in Literature & Linguistics from the University of Rochester, USA. Alex started working with the British Council in 2012 and for the past 10 years he has been a teacher trainer and academic manager for various schools throughout Vietnam.
Dillon Chew (Singapore)
2018/19 IELTS Prize Winner
M. Phil in Biotechnology, University of Cambridge
I’d like to share my academic life spent in the UK and my IELTS prep and ambassador journey in this session. I hope my stories could inspire you throughout your study abroad journey.