Are you planning to study in the United Kingdom? Here is an excellent opportunity. The British Council is organising Education UK Exhibitions in Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Pune from 4th February 2012 to 8th February 2012. Aspiring candidates and their parents will have an opportunity to directly meet representatives of the UK universities and institutions. Main focus in the UK education exhibition will be on Management, M.Sc., Engineering, Biotechnology and other professional courses. Candidates can get information on various undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses. Following are details of venues and universities and institutions participating in the Education UK Exhibition:
1) Hyderabad: 4 February 2012. Venue: Taj Krishna, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. For more details, contact at 040- 2348 3333 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org .
2) Chennai: 5th February 2012. Venue: Taj Coromandel, Chennai. For further information, contact 044- 4205 0600 or write to email@example.com.
3) Bangalore: 6th February 2012. Venue: Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore. For more details, contact at 080-2248 9220 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org .
4) Pune: 8th February 2012. Venue: Le Meridien, Pune. For more info, call 020 4100 5300/4100 5307 or email on email@example.com .
There is no entry fee. Candidates have to register online for the exhibition at http://www.educationuk.org OR www.educationuk-in.org .There will be awareness seminars delivered by UK academics on different topics such as student visas, studying in UK for engineering or business degree. You can also find information on British Council’s English courses and IELTS (International English Language Testing System) examination.
Following are some of the participating universities: Kings College London, Aston University, University of the Arts London, Anglia Ruskin University, London South Bank University, Bournemouth University, University of Chester, University of Bedfordshire, Birmingham City University, The University of Edinburgh, The University of Birmingham, University for the Creative Arts, University of Bradford, Cardiff University, University of Derby, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of East Anglia, Bradford College, University of East London, University of Northampton, University of Exeter, Glasgow Caledonian University, University of Gloucestershire, University of Hertfordshire, Newcastle University, University of Sunderland. The University of Hull, Northumbria University, University of Greenwich (London), Keele University, Kingston University, University of Kent, Leeds Metropolitan University, Staffordshire University, Liverpool John Moores University, London Metropolitan University, Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Reading.