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QS World University Tour

London

The QS World University Tour is your first port of call for undergraduate information. You will have the opportunity to meet with university admissions representatives from the UK and abroad, including LSE, UCL, Guelph, Bocconi, Ecole Polytechnique and many more!

Attendees of this event will also be eligible to apply for a $10,000 scholarship.

 

Why attend?

Personal Interaction

Speak face-to-face with admissions directors from the world’s top universities
Face-to-face

Study Abroad Info

Speak to universities and our partners to get tips on studying in the UK, US, Europe and more
Guide

Admissions Panel

Pre-fair seminar about application procedures, scholarships & choosing the right university
Seminars

Information Session

Presentations by leading universities to help you discover more about them
Seminars

Scholarships

Apply for a $10,000 scholarship with QS + gain info on various other scholarships
Scholarships

Prize Draw

Attend the fair and stand a chance to win a GoPro Hero 6!
Offers

Event Agenda

13:30

Registration Opens

14:00 - 14:30

Tips for Finding The Right Undergraduate Program
Presenters: University of St.Gallen (HSG), Toulouse Business School, University College London

14:30

Start of the fair

14:35 - 15:05

Studying in the US
Presenters: A-list Education

15:35 - 16:00

Studying in the UK
Presenters: British Council

16:45 - 16:55

GoPro Hero 7 Prize Draw

17:00

Fair Closes

FAQ

What is the best time to attend the education fair?
You can attend at any point during the day from 1:30pm to 5pm. Seminars begin at 2pm and the main fair opens at 2:30pm.
Do I need to register beforehand or can I turn up at the fair without registering?
Registering online prior to the event is free. You will receive an email confirmation and a reminder call nearer the time. In case you are not able to you may also register on the day of the event at one of our registration desks.
Do I need to currently be in sixth form to attend and can I bring my parents?
It is advisable for sixth form students to attend; it is also useful for students at the GCSE level to figure out their subject choices for the future. Parents are welcome to attend and do not have to register, as long as their child has.
What is the nearest tube station?
The QEII Centre is located near Westminster tube station which is on the Jubilee, Circle and District lines.
What subjects does the education fair cover?
The QS World University Tour covers all subjects from Information Technology, Engineering, Economics, Accounting, Law, Medicine to a wide range of Arts and Sciences.