The London UK University Fair takes place on Saturday November 4th, with over 100 universities from all over the UK set to visit the Royal Lancaster London. It is the largest university fair in the UK designed only for international and EU students, and those who attend can learn more courses, entry requirements and funding directly from the universities themselves.
SI-UK's expert team of international university consultants will also be providing advice and guidance throughout the day. Read below to learn more about some of the fantastic universities attending, and don’t forget to register for free entry today!
Top 20 UK Universities at the London University Fair
- Lancaster University achieve a highest ever placing of sixth in the 2018 Times Good University Guide,as well as being crowned ‘University of the Year’.
- The 2016 National Student Survey showed that Lancaster students are among the most satisfied in the UK, with the University achieving a 91% score. In addition, 85% of graduates are in professional jobs or postgraduate study six months after leaving!
University College London
- University College London has 29 Nobel prize-winners to its name and is ranked in the top seven universities in the world for the power and impact of its research.
- Over the next ten years, around £1.2bn is being invested in new campuses, as well as upgrading existing UCL locations.
University of Leeds
- A High Fliers graduate survey found Leeds to be one of the top five UK universities targeted by leading employers, as well as being in the top four nationally for applications.
- Leeds was recognised with a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework by ensuring its students take charge of their experiences with academic and co-curricular opportunities that help to prepare them for the world beyond their studies.
University of East Anglia
- The University of East Anglia has seen one of the biggest increases in firsts over the first five years of the decade as the University continue to invest in students futures.
- Courses, support and facilities are specifically tailored to international students needs, and East Anglia was also awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
University of Manchester
- The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities and has the largest student population in the UK (40,000) as well as offering the largest number of degree programmes (1,000).
- 25 Nobel prize winners have worked or studied here and Manchester is ranked 38th in the world, eighth in Europe and sixth in the UK in the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Trinity College Dublin
- Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 and is one of the world’s leading universities, the best in Ireland and consistently ranked in the top 1% worldwide.
- The University brings together a vibrant international community of almost 17,000 students and 2,860 members of staff and its stunning campus of historic buildings and cobblestoned walkways is juxtaposed with its state-of-the-art facilities and world-renowned centres of excellence.