British Council, Nigeria Registered yet? FAQs on the upcoming Education UK Exhibition

The British Council Nigeria will be hosting an educational exhibition in Abuja and Lagos next month, November 2016.

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Registered yet? FAQs on the upcoming Education UK Exhibition

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Considering a degree from a prestigious university in the UK? Get first-hand details from representatives of over 30 world-class UK institutions.

The British Council Nigeria will be hosting an educational exhibition in Abuja and Lagos in  November 2016. Come join thousands of registered participants and enjoy a one on one discussion with experts.

Still unsure? Check out 10 FAQs below:

1. What is this exhibition about?

The British Council’s Education exhibition is an excellent opportunity to meet and speak with representatives from 30 UK recognised higher education institutions, who are available to provide you with information about various study options available in the UK and also to answer any questions you may have.

2. How do I find out which UK universities/schools/colleges will be at the exhibition?

Please check for the List of participating UK Institutions on our registration page https://ng.edukexhibition.org/

3. How much does it cost to attend the exhibition?

To attend the exhibition is FREE OF CHARGE.

4. Do I need to register to attend the exhibition?

Yes, you need to register to attend before coming to the exhibition. To register, please visit https://ng.edukexhibition.org/

5. Where can I find more information about the exhibition?

Get up-to-date information about the exhibition on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/studyintheUK

6. What should I do at the exhibition?

Come and discuss your study and career plans with representatives from recognised UK institutions of further and higher education, who will be available to answer your questions. Also attend the seminars we have organised to provide you with more information about studying in the UK.

7. What should I bring with me to the exhibition?

You stand a good chance of getting on-the-spot admission at the exhibition so COME ALONG WITH YOUR CREDENTIALS (ORIGINAL AND PHOTOCOPIES) and any relevant document that can help make your application authentic.

8. What questions should I ask at the exhibition?

If you are considering an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, questions that cover areas such as your study/course options, advice about living in the UK, scholarship opportunities available, etc should be taken into consideration as this will help make you make an informed decision and your application process a lot easier.

9. What are the benefits to me?

Whether you're a student or a professional, you’ll benefit from a wide range of opportunities and possibilities and also get face-to-face information about undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses.

10. How do I find out about scholarships?

You have 3 options;

1 - Ask the Institutions about what scholarships they offer;

2 – Pick up the Scholarships Bulletin from the stand;

3 – Go to the British Council stand to get more information.

The exhibition is also opened to parents and guardians who are considering an international education for their children.

The education UK exhibition will take place in:

Abuja

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Place: Sheraton Hotel, Abuja.
Time: 11.00am to 4.00pm

Lagos

Date: Friday, November 11, 2016
Place: Intercontinental Hotel, Lagos.
Time: 11.00am to 4.00pm

Date: Saturday, November 12, 2016.
Place: Sheba Centre, Ikeja.
Time: 11.00am to 4.00pm.

NOTE: Attendance is FREE, but registration is COMPULSORY for the exhibition. To register, please visit https://ng.edukexhibition.org/. Skip the long queues and gain express entry by registering ahead.

For more information and updates, please like our pages on www.facebook.com/StudyintheUK  or contact us via email on: Eduk.Enquiries@ng.britishcouncil.org

This is a feature by British Council, Nigeria.

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