For many students, July is an anxious month. International Baccalaureate students would have received their results yesterday, and many university students finishing their Bachelor’s degree will also receive their final results this month. This is a time to consider whether to pursue higher education or alternatives such as going into employment.
To help students with their choices, Findlay education services is organising a United Kingdom (UK) education fair online on July 8, 10 and 14 from 3pm to 6pm, a press release stated.
The event is open not just to prospective students, but current offer-holders seeking information or considering changing their course. Findlay Managing Director Sunita Martin said, “If a student finds that they need to make a change in their degree choices perhaps because their results were different to what was expected, or recent events made them uncertain about overseas education, speaking to a university representative will help them with their choices.”
Students can attend their appointment from their home, and parents can join the conversation. Students with poor Internet connection can arrange to go to Findlay to use the wi-fi connection for appointments.
The participating universities represent a broad range of subjects, locations and entry requirements. Students will have a number of possibilities to choose from and can meet universities on any of the days.
The University of Strathclyde based in Glasgow, Scotland was voted Scottish University of the Year 2020 and has one of the largest and best equipped engineering faculties in the UK. Their Business faculty is one of only 90 triple-accredited business schools in the world.
York St John University is a small university with its main campus based in the historic city of York with another campus in London. With 7,000 students, it offers a warm welcome to over 220 courses across five faculties.
University of Winchester is another small university within the beautiful city of Winchester, an hour by train from London and 12 miles from the south coast. The Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020 placed Winchester in the top 10 universities in the UK for their number of graduates from its undergraduate programmes who are in employment and further study.