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Studying in the UK: where do I start?
WEBINAR
A warm welcome is waiting for you in the UK! In our first session, we speak with European students to bring you their insider tips about arrival in the UK, university life and culture, studying during the pandemic, vaccination for students… and any other questions you may want to ask.
Speakers
Vaiva Paulauskaite, Student Ambassador, University of Leeds
Vaiva Paulauskaite, Student Ambassador, University of Leeds
Hi, I’m Vaiva, originally from Lithuania, currently studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Leeds. For the past year, I have been on an industry year as a Campaigns Coordinator at the Leeds International Piano Competition. My main motivation for doing a placement was to discover myself try out a field I was interested in working as a graduate.
Melda Ece Kelemcisoy, GREAT scholarship 2020/21
Melda Ece Kelemcisoy, GREAT scholarship 2020/21
Melda Kelemcisoy is a postgraduate student at Newcastle University, studying MSc International Business Management. She completed her undergraduate degree in Politics and Sociology at Durham University. In her free time, she enjoys reading classic literature and political philosophy, advocating for animal rights, and cooking delicious plant-based meals.
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina is head of the Education at the British Council since 2012. Before that she managed the Science and Society Team for nearly 10 years and worked in stock market and manufacturing. Graduated as a maths teacher and has a master in school management (Open University) and internet systems (Complutense). e-mail: Carolina.jimenez@britishcouncil.es
Participating Universities
University of Leeds
Newcastle University
WEBINAR
You’re thinking about studying abroad – a big decision! In this session you will hear what makes a UK degree different and special. Discover the UK’s innovative teaching methods, learning through small discussion groups and amazing placements in industry. You can take special degrees in niche areas or mix the subjects you love to form your very own degree.
Speakers
Caroline Townley, International Officer, University of Manchester
Caroline Townley, International Officer, University of Manchester
Caroline is the Country Manager for EU, EEA & Eurasian markets at The University of Manchester. With over 10 years’ experience of working in Higher Education and recruitment in a range of organisations, Caroline is passionate about the benefits studying in the UK can offer. Having lived and worked abroad, Caroline has a particular focus on employability and the co-curriculum/activities outside of the classroom when advising students.
Mikaela Green, International Recruitment Officer, University of Derby
Mikaela Green, International Recruitment Officer, University of Derby
Mikaela studied at an international school in Sweden before moving to England in 2007 to study an undergraduate degree in Event Management. She started her career in higher education in 2010, and has covered several duties including student support, study abroad and exchange, partnerships, recruitment, and admissions. She is now in charge of student recruitment for Europe and North America at the University of Derby.
Participating Universities
The University of Manchester
University of Derby
WEBINAR
Croeso i Gymru! Welcome to Wales! One of the four countries of the UK, Wales and its universities have a lot to offer students. Discover Wales from the point of view of an international student and hear about some amazing Wales-only support and mobility offers.
Speakers
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
Dai Evans is Regional Manager for Europe at Cardiff University, leading on institutional marketing and engagement. Dai has held a number of recruitment, marketing and admissions roles across the UK higher education sector beginning his career in the International Office at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Dai is an LLB Law and French graduate, an avid singer and guitarist, and a Japanese speaker.
Jennifer Walker, International Officer, University of Swansea
Jennifer Walker, International Officer, University of Swansea
Jennifer is a Modern Languages graduate from UCLan (long before it was UCLan!) with 20 years’ experience working in European exports, sales, marketing and PR for global corporations in the private sector. She has worked at Swansea University for 11 years with the last 7 years specifically in international student recruitment for North America and the EU. Originally from Northern Ireland, Jennifer made Swansea her home in 2003 and enjoys all that the beautiful coastal location offers for cycling and hiking and she’s just recently taken up sea rowing as a new challenge!
Participating Universities
Cardiff University
Swansea University
WEBINAR
Scotland is renowned for hosting some of the UK’s most innovative universities, responsible for world-changing discoveries in engineering, science and medicine. To listen to Scottish universities and students, register here.
Speakers
Emma Parkinson, International Officer, Edinburgh Napier University
Emma Parkinson, International Officer, Edinburgh Napier University
Emma is an International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University and looks after EU students as part of the wider Europe and Americas team. Emma can help with any questions about studying in Scotland, the course options and student life at Edinburgh Napier. Emma really believes Edinburgh is one of the best places to live.
Adrienn Hortobagyi, International Officer EU, University of Glasgow
Adrienn Hortobagyi, International Officer EU, University of Glasgow
My name is Adri Hortobagyi and I work as an International Officer for EU at the University of Glasgow. I am originally from Hungary, but I have been living, studying and working in Scotland since 2015. I joined the International Recruitment team at University of Glasgow in 2019.
Pablo, currently a BEng Software Engineering student at Edinburgh Napier University
Pablo, currently a BEng Software Engineering student at Edinburgh Napier University
Hi! I'm Pablo, a current BEng Software Engineering student at Edinburgh Napier University. I chose my degree because I am passionate about computing in general. I guess I am the kind of person that is spellbound by every technological innovation. I also love how well connected my university is to industry!
Participating Universities
Edinburgh Napier University
University of Glasgow
WEBINAR
Join this session which marks the beginning of our February 2022 Study UK Europe event. Find out what webinars are in store over the next two weeks and how to make the most of the event. Hear from the British Council about what a UK higher education can offer you. You’ll also hear accounts from two European alumni of UK higher education institutions who will share their experiences of studying in the UK.
Speakers
Helen Etheridge
Helen Etheridge
Higher Education & Science Lead, EU Europe at British Council
Martin Hope
Martin Hope
Global Head, Higher Education & Science at British Council
Lukas Sturm
Lukas Sturm
Senior Associate, Consumer Strategy at Zoomo
Karolina Lewandowska
Karolina Lewandowska
Head of Impact at PLUGin Foundation
WEBINAR
What clothes should I pack? What does ‘undergraduate’ mean? Do I need an interview to study in the UK? From the very basic to the most complex questions, our panel of British Council staff, university representatives and UK students are ready and willing to answer them.
Speakers
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan is Senior Global Officer at University of Portsmouth. I've been in this role since 2013 and previous to that my background is in English language teaching. I taught at the University of Liverpool, but also overseas in Costa Rica, Italy, and Spain. In my role at Portsmouth, I am responsible for the EU, but have also worked in the MENA region.
Ffion Bailey, Regional Manager, University of St Andrews
Ffion Bailey, Regional Manager, University of St Andrews
Ffion is the Regional Manager (Europe) at the University of St Andrews. She supports students who are interested in finding out more about the University, and as a graduate of St Andrews herself, she is happy to share her own experiences of the academic and student life.
Isabel Kestler, Student, University of St Andrews
Isabel Kestler, Student, University of St Andrews
My name is Isabel, I am a Mathematics and Philosophy student from Germany and about to enter my third year of studies at the University of St. Andrews. I took a gap year after graduating from high school, love travelling and exploring other cultures and am now a student ambassador for the university and on the committees of the German and the Philosophy Society.
Joao Santos, Student, University of Portsmouth
Joao Santos, Student, University of Portsmouth
My name is João Santos, an undergraduate student from Portugal. I'm studying Computer Science and had the opportunity to do a placement year and experienced working with an established company like BAE Systems. Coming to the UK to study was the best decision I made.
Participating Universities
University of Portsmouth
University of St Andrews
WEBINAR
With over 400 study options for HE, the UK is a diverse study destination. This session is your unique opportunity to hear first-hand from UK university leaders. Students and university leaders will discuss what is special about student education, life and culture in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Speakers
Sir Steve Smith, University of Exeter, International Education Champion
Sir Steve Smith, University of Exeter, International Education Champion
Professor Lesley Haig, Vice-Chancellor AECC University College
Professor Lesley Haig, Vice-Chancellor AECC University College
Professor Paul Boyle, Vice-Chancellor Swansea University
Professor Paul Boyle, Vice-Chancellor Swansea University
Participating Universities
Swansea University
Newcastle University
SOAS University of London
Visas
WEBINAR
Applying for your UK student visa is very quick and simple. Learn when and how to apply successfully - university advisors, a British Council immigration expert and a student who has just done it all will be able to give you the details. Also, you will hear what the Graduate Route visa offers during and after your degree. Did you know you can work as a student? And that you can stay and work after your degree?
Speakers
Emma Thomas, Senior International Recruitment Officer at City, University of London
Emma Thomas, Senior International Recruitment Officer at City, University of London
Emma loves to travel and after university decided to live and work abroad in various countries for 3 years, which included working in admissions at a University in New Zealand. After returning to the UK in 2013 she worked in university admissions before moving to international student recruitment in 2015. Emma is extremely passionate about the benefits of studying in the UK, especially London, and is now in charge of student recruitment for Europe at City, University of London.
Luis Sierra, International Student Adviser
Luis Sierra, International Student Adviser
Luis Sierra has been working in the education industry for the last 14 years mainly within student services and immigration compliance. He has been helping students and institution navigate the Home Office’s rules and requirements successfully for most of his career. Currently Luis works for City, University of London as International Student Adviser helping international students with their immigration issues.
Ivar Moller
Ivar Moller
Deputy Director Admissions, University of St Andrews
Participating Universities
University of St Andrews
City, University of London
Ask the British Council
Preparing an application for a UK university
WEBINAR
Applying to study in the UK isn’t as complicated as you might think! In this session, the British Council and a UK university admissions expert will go through every step for a successful application: research, apply, accept, register, visa, accommodation and travel. Not difficult if you follow each step at the right time.
Speakers
Rebecca Denmark, Student Recruitment Manager (Europe), University of Surrey
Rebecca Denmark, Student Recruitment Manager (Europe), University of Surrey
Hi! I’m Becci and I look after European Student Recruitment for the University of Surrey, a leading university in South East England well-known for our employability opportunities. As well working extensively in Europe, I also work with our UK team and can support with questions regarding the UCAS application process and Personal Statements. I look forward to meeting you all!
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina is head of the Education at the British Council since 2012. Before that she managed the Science and Society Team for nearly 10 years and worked in stock market and manufacturing. Graduated as a maths teacher and has a master in school management (Open University) and internet systems (Complutense). e-mail: Carolina.jimenez@britishcouncil.es
Participating Universities
University of Surrey
Ask the British Council
WEBINAR
If you are planning to apply for a master or postgraduate degree, join this session where UK universities share their top tips on what to do – and what to avoid. From how to write a statement that stands out, to what references to include and how to prepare for an interview, the session will help you prepare a successful application to your university.
Speakers
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam studied History at Cambridge and has worked there since graduating in 2014. His first outreach position involved liaising with schools across the UK on behalf of his College, Corpus Christi. He then moved to the central Cambridge Admissions Office to deliver the University Open Days, before transferring to the International Student Recruitment team in 2018. Sam is now responsible for engaging with students, parents, counsellors and schools from across Europe.
Katerina Fegarou,  Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina Fegarou, Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina completed her tertiary education in the UK (holds a BA in Political Economy and MSc in Economics / Business Strategy). She joined the British Council Greece in 1997 and since then she has been dedicated in the promotion of the British education. Areas of her expertise are the British and Greek education markets and related policies, the provision of Trans-National education, the recognition of UK qualifications. Katerina oversees the relationship with the UK education counsellors and alumni associations in Greece.
Participating Universities
University of Cambridge
Ask the British Council
WEBINAR
Your personal statement is a very important part of your UCAS university entry form; it’s where you show who you are and demonstrate that your skills, experience and aspirations are suited to the course. A group of experienced school counsellors will explain how to write a stand-out statement.
Speakers
Lauren Scarratt, International Officer, University of Durham
Lauren Scarratt, International Officer, University of Durham
Hi, my name is Lauren and I’m the International Officer for Europe at Durham University. I studied classics initially. Before joining Durham I worked in the admissions offices of various Cambridge Colleges as the Outreach officer, and taught English in Japan for four years. Please feel free to get in touch!
Pamela O'Brien, British Council School Madrid
Pamela O'Brien, British Council School Madrid
Pamela.Obrien@britishcouncil.org Pamela is Deputy Head, Pastoral at the British Council School. Before this role, she was Head of Secondary and previously to that Head of Early Years at the school. Her degree is in Mathematics and French and she holds a Higher Diploma in Education, an MBA and the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH).
Participating Universities
Durham University
WEBINAR
Completing your UCAS form for undergraduate application? Your teacher or supervisor will need to write a reference for you. What does a reference need to include? Experienced school counsellors review what needs to go into the teachers reference to make it stand out. If your school is not familiar with the UK admissions system, you will get tips to help your teacher write a good reference for you.
Speakers
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry is a Global Recruitment Officer at Oxford Brookes University with a background in modern languages (BA hons French and Italian, University of Exeter). Lucy has worked in the international education sector for over 7 years, including teaching in Italy, work in the English language sector, international admissions and recruitment. She has been working in the global recruitment team at Oxford Brookes since 2018, taking responsibility for Europe and Turkey.
Kathy Angelopoulou, Deputy Coordinator in the IB Diploma Programme at CGS
Kathy Angelopoulou, Deputy Coordinator in the IB Diploma Programme at CGS
Serving as Deputy Coordinator in the IB Diploma Programme for the past 12 years at CGS, one of Greece’s oldest and most prestigious independent schools, my work encompasses collaborating with the world’s leading universities, institutes and research centers and developing diverse educational projects and outreach activities. With extensive experience in preparing our students’ UK university applications and a comprehensive knowledge of the UK university landscape, I have had the pleasure to write hundreds of reference letters and helped teachers in writing their own, successfully supporting our students in their admission to a UK university. I have also worked at the Canadian Embassy in Athens as Academic Affairs Officer and as Head of Educational Services at the International Organization for Migration in Greece. For more than 30 years, I have collaborated with people from diverse backgrounds in education, diplomacy and humanitarian services.
Participating Universities
Oxford Brookes University
Language requirements
WEBINAR
IELTS is the most widely accepted English language test for education, employment and emigration worldwide. All UK universities and institutions of higher education accept IELTS as proof of proficiency in the English language. Join this webinar to find out what you need to know about the English exam and learn about free online materials, webinars and courses that help you prepare for the IELTS test.
Speakers
Sarah Philpot, IELTS trainer
Sarah Philpot, IELTS trainer
Sarah Philpot (MA Lon., RSA Dip. TEFL), has been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for over 30 years. She has lived and taught in various countries around the world including the UK, Sri Lanka, France, Palestine and the Philippines, mainly for the British Council. She has published a number of academic English language grammar and study skills books including Headway Academic Skills (OUP). She has also written IELTS test taker and teacher training courses for the British Council.
Participating Universities
IELTS - chat
WEBINAR
IELTS is the most widely accepted English language test for education, employment and emigration worldwide. All UK universities and institutions of higher education accept IELTS as proof of proficiency in the English language. Join this webinar to find out what you need to know about the English exam and learn about free online materials, webinars and courses that help you prepare for the IELTS test.
Speakers
Sarah Philpot, IELTS trainer
Sarah Philpot, IELTS trainer
Sarah Philpot (MA Lon., RSA Dip. TEFL), has been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for over 30 years. She has lived and taught in various countries around the world including the UK, Sri Lanka, France, Palestine and the Philippines, mainly for the British Council. She has published a number of academic English language grammar and study skills books including Headway Academic Skills (OUP). She has also written IELTS test taker and teacher training courses for the British Council.
Participating Universities
IELTS - chat
Costs of studying in the UK
WEBINAR
How much does it cost to study in the UK? Where do I look for scholarships? What living expenses will I have to pay? Get answers to your money-related questions directly from UK universities - including tips for students to save on travel, culture, etc.
Speakers
Lawrence Barnard, International Student Recruitment Officer, Imperial College London
Lawrence Barnard, International Student Recruitment Officer, Imperial College London
Lawrence is the International Officer for Europe at Imperial College London, and has worked in international student admissions and recruitment since 2013. He is passionate about supporting students in their decision making in order to find the right-fit university.
Frazer Roberts, International Recruitment Officer, University of Wolverhampton
Frazer Roberts, International Recruitment Officer, University of Wolverhampton
Hi everyone, I’m Frazer, the International Recruitment Officer for Europe at the University of Wolverhampton. I look after students from across the continent by advising them on courses and helping submit their applications so that they can join us here in the West Midlands. I have an academic background in modern languages and linguistics, and have previously lived in France, Spain and Latin America.
Participating Universities
Imperial College London
University of Wolverhampton
WEBINAR
No better way to learn than to hear from those that have already been there. How do international students manage the costs of studying and living in the UK? What tips can they offer? How much do they really spend monthly? Hear from the real experts at living in the UK on a student budget.
Speakers
Anudi Bandara
Anudi Bandara
Anudi is a third year MEng Aeronautical Engineering student at Imperial College London.
Lotta Esselstrom, University of Worcester student
Lotta Esselstrom, University of Worcester student
“Hello everyone! My name is Lotta and I am a 23-year old BSc Biomedical Science student at University of Worcester. I came to study in UK in 2019 which was one of the most amazing decisions I've ever made! With my experiences as an European student in UK, I wish to help other prospective students the best way I can.”
Ekaterina Buryakova, University of Ulster
Ekaterina Buryakova, University of Ulster
João Sá, SOAS University of London
João Sá, SOAS University of London
Participating Universities
Imperial College London
University of Worcester
Working and mobility
WEBINAR
Want to gain work experience while studying in the UK? Find out how universities can support you with work placements – and discover how all this is possible on a student visa.
Speakers
Gemma Connell, Student Recruitment Officer, University of Stirling
Gemma Connell, Student Recruitment Officer, University of Stirling
As an alumnus of the University of Stirling and now Recruitment Manager for Europe, I am in the unique position to not only provide professional advice to our EU students but also a personal one. The University of Stirling has a fantastic reputation for welcoming students from around the world and students who live and study on campus love the stunning beauty, the wildlife and community feel.
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett has worked in international education for 5 years, with experience across multiple geographical regions. She most enjoys getting to interact with prospective students helping them to realise their educational goals.
Lia Stancheva, Student Ambassador, University of Leeds
Lia Stancheva, Student Ambassador, University of Leeds
Coming from Bulgaria, doing my Bachelor’s degree in the UK and having the chance to spend a year abroad in Germany while working at the biggest private pharmaceutical company worldwide has allowed me to develop myself in so many different aspects in the last three years. I genuinely feel as a citizen of the world, as well as because I have been an Intercultural Student Ambassador and now a LinkToLeeds Ambassador at university – to support other students who are going through similar challenges while moving abroad makes me feel appreciated and useful to the student community.
Mark Sharpe, Student Ambassador, University of Stirling
Mark Sharpe, Student Ambassador, University of Stirling
I am a fourth year Computer Science student. I come from an international school background in Germany having lived there for most of my life. I work as a student ambassador at the University of Stirling and completed an 8 week internship during the summer after my third year.
Participating Universities
University of Stirling
University of Leeds
WEBINAR
Studying in the UK doesn’t mean staying in the UK only! UK universities are offering many different study abroad opportunities, from semesters to a full year abroad, all part of your UK degree. This webinar will explore mobility programmes and the UK’s new Turing scheme, which will fund your time abroad. You will hear how you can join a summer school or go on a short study placement anywhere in the world – from Australia to Zambia and anywhere in between!
Speakers
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby currently looks after Student Recruitment from Northern Europe but has been working in Higher Education at University of Warwick for 6 years and has previous experience in the workings of the central undergraduate admissions team as well as Warwick Business Schools undergraduate programme operations.
Almut Caspary, Higher Education and Science Lead, British Council EU Region
Almut Caspary, Higher Education and Science Lead, British Council EU Region
Hello everyone! I lead the British Council higher education portfolio across the EU region. I work with our country teams to support student exchange and mobility to the UK. Before joining the British Council, I’ve worked in research and science management at universities and research institutes in the UK and Germany – and came to UK as a European student over 20 years ago.
Participating Universities
The University of Warwick
Ask the British Council
Webinars about university courses: People and society
WEBINAR
British law schools are recognised around the world for the quality of their teaching. Three of the top ten schools in the world are in the UK and there are hundreds of exceptional courses around the country, which all draw on the UK’s unique legal heritage and diverse expertise. Whether your particular interest is criminal law, corporate law or another area, join this webinar to find out more about modules, specialisations and the exceptional range of career options a UK degree can offer you.
Speakers
Kevin Rogers
Kevin Rogers
Solent University
Laura Charleton
Laura Charleton
University of Kent
Charlotte Stallman
Charlotte Stallman
Goldsmiths, University of London
Maureen McAlinden
Maureen McAlinden
Participating Universities
Solent University
University of Kent
Goldsmiths, University of London
WEBINAR
Masters of Laws (LLM) is a postgraduate course designed for law graduates and practising lawyers to specialise in a particular area such as tax, environmental or employment law. An LLM qualification from the UK will provide you with a competitive edge in a crowded job market, and also offer the opportunity for a change in direction or professional advancement for those currently employed. In this session, you will find more about the UK courses and the opportunities UK LLM degrees can offer you for an amazing legal career.
Speakers
Dr Sylvie Da Lomba
Dr Sylvie Da Lomba
PGT Director in the Law School at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Dr Gabriel Gari
Dr Gabriel Gari
Reader in International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London
Paul Torremans
Paul Torremans
Professor of Intellectual Property Law at University of Nottingham
Tom Pilkington
Tom Pilkington
Senior International Officer at University of Essex
Participating Universities
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Queen Mary University of London
University of Nottingham
University of Essex
WEBINAR
Psychology is one of the most popular subjects to study and 72% of UK graduates go directly into employment. With both arts and science-based psychology degrees available you can specialise your learning and focus on the fields that fascinate you for the best possible career path. A degree in psychology offers not only a pathway to becoming a psychologist, but also the knowledge and skills that you can apply in a wide range of careers. Join this webinar to learn from the experts about degrees courses, skills and careers.
Speakers
Dr Danny Hinton
Dr Danny Hinton
Course Director of Undergraduate Psychology Programmes at University of Wolverhampton
Jonathan Moore
Jonathan Moore
International Student Recruitment Regional Manager (North America and Europe) at Royal Holloway, University of London
Martyn Quigley
Martyn Quigley
Lecturer in Psychology at Swansea University
Raquel Barreiros
Raquel Barreiros
International Recruitment Officer at University of Wolverhampton
Participating Universities
University of Wolverhampton
Royal Holloway, University of London
Swansea University
WEBINAR
One in four world leaders have studied in the UK. The UK is also home to three of the world’s best universities for Political Science and to some of the greatest minds and courses in Development Studies and International Relations anywhere in the world. Join this webinar to gain a global perspective on the history and future of Political Science in the UK and the skills you will acquire to step into a career on the world stage.
Speakers
Julia Pitchford
Julia Pitchford
International Recruitment Manager at University of Sheffield
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam studied History at Cambridge and has worked there since graduating in 2014. His first outreach position involved liaising with schools across the UK on behalf of his College, Corpus Christi. He then moved to the central Cambridge Admissions Office to deliver the University Open Days, before transferring to the International Student Recruitment team in 2018. Sam is now responsible for engaging with students, parents, counsellors and schools from across Europe.
Tom Pilkington
Tom Pilkington
Senior International Officer at University of Essex
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina is head of the Education at the British Council since 2012. Before that she managed the Science and Society Team for nearly 10 years and worked in stock market and manufacturing. Graduated as a maths teacher and has a master in school management (Open University) and internet systems (Complutense). e-mail: Carolina.jimenez@britishcouncil.es
Raquel Barreiros
Raquel Barreiros
International Recruitment Officer at University of Wolverhampton
Participating Universities
The University of Sheffield
University of Cambridge
University of Essex
WEBINAR
Politics or Political Science is a field which studies the organisations and functions of government systems and political structures. Students at postgraduate level specialise in the administrative, legislative and social factors that impact these systems and individuals within society. The UK offers a wide range of programmes relating to international relations & affairs, security conflict and social justice, social policies, peace & development and many more. Join this session to find out more about the courses and the career paths open to you with a UK postgraduate qualification in Politics.
Speakers
Dr Javier Sajuria
Dr Javier Sajuria
Senior Lecturer in Politics at Queen Mary University of London
Dr Kelly Kollman
Dr Kelly Kollman
Professor of Politics in School of Social and Political Sciences at University of Glasgow
Elizabeth Cader
Elizabeth Cader
International Recruitment Manager at SOAS University of London
Participating Universities
Queen Mary University of London
University of Glasgow
SOAS University of London
WEBINAR
Sociology helps us to understand ourselves, our relationships, and the challenges we face in a changing world. The UK's excellent teaching and a culture of dynamic research will give you the skills to be a sought-after graduate by employers in many sectors. You will become skilled in social research methods to better understand aspects of society: observation, interviews, large-scale surveys and analysing the content of documents and videos. Graduates work in journalism, management, marketing and advertising, local and national government, social research institutions, teaching, health services, social work, charitable organisations, human resources, market research and university and college lecturing. Discover what your life as a student of Sociology in the UK will be like!
Speakers
Amy McDermott
Amy McDermott
Student Recruitment Manager at University of Stirling
Michele Raimondo
Michele Raimondo
International Recruitment Officer at University of Westminster
Joshua Koster
Joshua Koster
Country Development Manager (Europe), International office, Global Recruitment & Admissions at University of Southampton
Participating Universities
University of Stirling
University of Westminster
University of Southampton
WEBINAR
Media and culture in a contemporary context requires a critical perspective. What is the role that media, cultural and creative processes play in shaping today’s world? You will explore the technologies, practices and policies that drive modern media communications and develop innovative thinking, creativity and enterprise skills. Truly independent media is looking for brave talented specialists. The UK hosts some of the top world universities for media and communications, join this session to find out the reason for their success.
Speakers
Dr Annie East
Dr Annie East
Deputy head of the Media Production Department at Bournemouth University
Yeyen Sinarta
Yeyen Sinarta
Regional Manager at Bournemouth University
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
Dai Evans is Regional Manager for Europe at Cardiff University, leading on institutional marketing and engagement. Dai has held a number of recruitment, marketing and admissions roles across the UK higher education sector beginning his career in the International Office at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Dai is an LLB Law and French graduate, an avid singer and guitarist, and a Japanese speaker.
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
Participating Universities
Bournemouth University
Cardiff University
University of the Arts London
WEBINAR
The UK is among the top three destinations worldwide for studies in Hospitality, Leisure, and Tourism. Whichever strand you pursue, you’ll need a similar set of skills to stand out. Once you graduate, you’ll be fully equipped with commercial and business skills, customer service, rapid thinking, working in high-pressure environments, and superb communication skills. Discover how a UK degree in Hospitality, Leisure, and Tourism will give you the grounding to work in an international environment in a variety of sectors and make you an attractive candidate for employers worldwide.
Speakers
Nicholas Davies
Nicholas Davies
Programme leader for BA(Hons) International Tourism and Events Management course at Glasgow Caledonian University
Dr Diana Clayton
Dr Diana Clayton
Subject coordinator for Oxford Brookes UG Hospitality programmes at Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry is a Global Recruitment Officer at Oxford Brookes University with a background in modern languages (BA hons French and Italian, University of Exeter). Lucy has worked in the international education sector for over 7 years, including teaching in Italy, work in the English language sector, international admissions and recruitment. She has been working in the global recruitment team at Oxford Brookes since 2018, taking responsibility for Europe and Turkey.
Stephen Jones
Stephen Jones
Senior Lecturer in Management at Bangor University
Michael Rogerson
Michael Rogerson
International Office at Bangor University
Participating Universities
Glasgow Caledonian University
Oxford Brookes University
Bangor University
Webinars about university courses: Physical Sciences
WEBINAR
Courses in mathematical sciences can lead to a wide range of employment prospects. UK universities offer a huge variety of courses where you can choose Maths, Operational Research or Statistics, or any combination of these. Maths and Statistics are frequently offered together, with other common pairings being Computing, Business, Finance, or Economics. If you love Maths, enjoy problem solving and the beauty of certainty paired with logic, join this webinar to discover what would be like to study Maths in the UK.
Speakers
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr Lee Fawcett
Senior Lecturer in Maths at Newcastle University
Dr Bernd Schulze
Dr Bernd Schulze
Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Maths and Stats, Reader in Pure Mathematics at Lancaster University
Wendy Ridley
Wendy Ridley
International Recruitment Manager Europe at Newcastle University
Participating Universities
Newcastle University
Lancaster University
WEBINAR
In the UK, you could end up studying Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics or Financial Mathematics at postgraduate level. Whether you’re interested in deepening your theoretical knowledge for a research career, or you would prefer to apply your skills to solve concrete problems, you will find a postgraduate maths course for you. Come along to this webinar to hear more about the options available to you in the UK.
Speakers
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam studied History at Cambridge and has worked there since graduating in 2014. His first outreach position involved liaising with schools across the UK on behalf of his College, Corpus Christi. He then moved to the central Cambridge Admissions Office to deliver the University Open Days, before transferring to the International Student Recruitment team in 2018. Sam is now responsible for engaging with students, parents, counsellors and schools from across Europe.
Dr Ben Adams
Dr Ben Adams
Senior Lecturer, Mathematics, Director of Studies for the Mathematics with Data Science for industry course at University of Bath
Joshua Koster
Joshua Koster
Country Development Manager (Europe), International office, Global Recruitment & Admissions at University of Southampton
Participating Universities
University of Cambridge
University of Bath
University of Southampton
WEBINAR
Studying Physics at a UK university will give you a solid scientific grounding in the four cornerstones: condensed matter, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism and thermodynamics, the basics of the evolution of our universe from where to choose your area of expertise. Do you like Theoretical Physics, Relativity or Cosmology? Or you may prefer technologically-important areas such as Quantum Optics and Photonics, and Physical Methods in Biology and Medicine, and active research areas such as Galaxies and High Energy Astrophysics, and Nanostructures and Graphene Science. Whatever you choose, you will have plenty of hands-on opportunities, practical experiments and real-life research during your studies.
Speakers
Emma Weeks
Emma Weeks
Emma is an International Market Development Manager at the University of Bristol, leading on student recruitment across Europe. She has worked at Bristol for over 20 years in a variety of roles involving marketing, recruitment, events, research administration, and student support, including 10 years based within the Faculty of Engineering. She is enthusiastic about all things Bristol and believes it is one of the best UK cities to live in, offering a vibrant and exciting student experience.
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
Dai Evans is Regional Manager for Europe at Cardiff University, leading on institutional marketing and engagement. Dai has held a number of recruitment, marketing and admissions roles across the UK higher education sector beginning his career in the International Office at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Dai is an LLB Law and French graduate, an avid singer and guitarist, and a Japanese speaker.
Jonathan Moore
Jonathan Moore
International Student Recruitment Regional Manager (North America and Europe) at Royal Holloway, University of London
Stephen Gibson
Stephen Gibson
Royal Holloway, University of London
Participating Universities
University of Bristol
Cardiff University
Royal Holloway, University of London
WEBINAR
Are you looking to deepen you knowledge of physics or looking to pursue a research career within a laboratory setting? Are you interested in furthering your understanding of astrophysics or condensed matter? Postgraduate Physics courses in the UK are flexible and give you the opportunity to tailor your course towards your individual career aspirations. This webinar will explore what a postgraduate Physics course in the UK could offer you.
Speakers
Julia Pitchford
Julia Pitchford
International Recruitment Manager at University of Sheffield
Kate Brennan
Kate Brennan
International Recruitment Manager at Durham University
Dr Noelia Noël
Dr Noelia Noël
Lecturer in Astrophysics at the University of Surrey
Participating Universities
The University of Sheffield
University of Surrey
Durham University
WEBINAR
The UK is ranked fifth in the world for innovation and three of the world’s top ten universities for Engineering are in the UK. Understanding mechanical systems is one of the oldest forms of engineering knowledge, but it’s still one of the most highly sought after. UK courses will help you understand everything you need for your career, from stress analysis and thermodynamics to the mechatronic insights you need to go into manufacturing and robotic automation. Join this webinar and learn from university experts why a UK Engineering qualification will open doors for you.
Speakers
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett has worked in international education for 5 years, with experience across multiple geographical regions. She most enjoys getting to interact with prospective students helping them to realise their educational goals.
Dr Adil Saeed
Dr Adil Saeed
Principal Academic in Engineering at University of Bournemouth
Andy Thomson
Andy Thomson
Regional Manager at University of Bournemouth
Anna Scott
Anna Scott
International Recruitment officer -SE Asia & Europe at University of Derby
Participating Universities
University of Leeds
Bournemouth University
University of Derby
WEBINAR
The UK is ranked fifth in the world for innovation and we’ve pioneered all manner of engineering marvels. Whether you're interested in pursuing postgraduate studies in Civil Engineering, Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering, you will learn under some of the best engineering brains in the world, in state-of-the-art learning environments and labs, while gaining transferable skills that can be adapted to all kinds of challenges and settings. Find out more about what the UK has to offer at this webinar.
Speakers
Dr Daniel Bell
Dr Daniel Bell
Programme lead for PG Engineering at Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry is a Global Recruitment Officer at Oxford Brookes University with a background in modern languages (BA hons French and Italian, University of Exeter). Lucy has worked in the international education sector for over 7 years, including teaching in Italy, work in the English language sector, international admissions and recruitment. She has been working in the global recruitment team at Oxford Brookes since 2018, taking responsibility for Europe and Turkey.
Emma Weeks
Emma Weeks
Emma is an International Market Development Manager at the University of Bristol, leading on student recruitment across Europe. She has worked at Bristol for over 20 years in a variety of roles involving marketing, recruitment, events, research administration, and student support, including 10 years based within the Faculty of Engineering. She is enthusiastic about all things Bristol and believes it is one of the best UK cities to live in, offering a vibrant and exciting student experience.
Peter Matthews
Peter Matthews
Associate Professor at Durham University
Participating Universities
Oxford Brookes University
University of Bristol
Durham University
WEBINAR
Engineering is one of the more difficult areas of study and requires hard work and commitment. You will need to be skilled in Maths and Physics, two subjects essential to further developing your engineering skills. As with many other subjects, some of the top universities worldwide for Electrical and Electronic Engineering are in the UK. The production and distribution of electricity is a highly specialised skill that requires thousands of talented graduates each year. Find out more about the options available to Engineering students at this webinar.
Speakers
Dr Tuleen Boutaleb
Dr Tuleen Boutaleb
Glasgow Caledonian University
Katy Brough
Katy Brough
International Recruitment Manager (Europe and South East Asia) at University of Hull
Matthew Wilks
Matthew Wilks
TEDI-London
Participating Universities
University of Hull
TEDI-London
Glasgow Caledonian University
WEBINAR
Do you want to help solve the major problems we face in medicine, healthcare, suitability or the environment? If your answer is yes, then a postgraduate qualification in Chemistry could be the choice for you! The UK’s postgraduate courses in Chemistry will help you to develop a whole host of transferable skills that will help you to stand out in a range of sectors. You could find yourself becoming an analytical scientist or a chemist or even branching into Law or Accountancy. This webinar will tell you more about what a postgraduate course in Chemistry looks like and the doors it could open for you.
Speakers
Scott Clapperton
Scott Clapperton
International Officer EU at University of Glasgow
Adri Hortobagyia  - International Officer EU, University of Glasgow
Adri Hortobagyia - International Officer EU, University of Glasgow
My name is Adri Hortobagyi and I work as an International Officer for EU at the University of Glasgow. I am originally from Hungary, but I have been living, studying and working in Scotland since 2015. I joined the International Recruitment team at University of Glasgow in 2019.
Dr John Henry
Dr John Henry
Course Leader & Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at University of Wolverhampton
Catherine A Eames
Catherine A Eames
Imperial College London
Chloe MacClean
Chloe MacClean
Imperial College London
Participating Universities
University of Glasgow
University of Wolverhampton
Imperial College London
Webinars about university courses: Medical sciences and Sports
WEBINAR
Medicine is a very highly competitive field, a tough career for those students with a strong vocation and outstanding grades and qualifications. Many of the best students internationally choose the UK as it is a medical thought leader and a pioneer in the field of medicine and research. The UK offers fully equipped labs, real clinical experience in hospital and community healthcare settings and a myriad of different specialisations. Discover how a degree in Medicine in the UK will make you a good doctor.
Speakers
Prof. Kay Mohanna
Prof. Kay Mohanna
Professor of Values Based Healthcare Education at University of Worcester
Dr Matthew Cowdock
Dr Matthew Cowdock
University of Sussex
Participating Universities
The University of Manchester
University of Worcester
University of Sussex
WEBINAR
The UK has a unique reputation for medicine, and one of the most famous healthcare systems in the world. A Masters degree in medicine can help you decide if you want to pursue a career in medicine (ie as a doctor) or an alternative career in another aspect of medicine. There is a whole range of specialisms within the area of postgraduate medicine which can be surgical or clinical. Join this session to find out why studying medicine in the UK puts you at the leading edge of medical practice and ensuring you have the best possible start to your career.
Speakers
Dr Jeffrey Vernon
Dr Jeffrey Vernon
Imperial College London
Rebecca Evans
Rebecca Evans
The University of Warwick
John Alcolado
John Alcolado
University of Chester
Participating Universities
Imperial College London
The University of Warwick
University of Chester
WEBINAR
In the UK, you can study Biology, Botany, Zoology, Genetics and more at undergraduate level. In recent years, the sports, recreation and leisure industries have shown continued growth. International success and the growing health agenda has ensured that investment and interest in sport and exercise in the UK continues to increase substantially. With a Biological Science degree, you could end up working in a whole host of sectors, including healthcare, clinical research and environment and agriculture. Come and hear more about your options at this webinar.
Speakers
Laura Coates
Laura Coates
International Recruitment Officer at Nottingham Trent University
Carl Nelson
Carl Nelson
Principle lecturer Biosciences at Nottingham Trent University
Paul Blakey
Paul Blakey
Senior Lecturer in Sport Management/Development at University or Worcester
Kate Unwin
Kate Unwin
Principal Lecturer in Forensic and Applied Biology at University or Worcester
Elliot McMahon-Thompson
Elliot McMahon-Thompson
Student Recruitment Officer at Stirling University
Participating Universities
Nottingham Trent University (NTU)
University of Worcester
University of Stirling
Webinars about university courses: Arts
WEBINAR
The UK hosts some of the most internationally recognised art schools and award-winning conservatoires. Discover some of the places that open up your future in music, arts or performance and the process to submit a successful application, slightly different to a standard programme.
Speakers
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
Leva Lakute, Student Recruitment and International Relations Officer, Trinity Laban
Leva Lakute, Student Recruitment and International Relations Officer, Trinity Laban
Based within the Student Recruitment & International team at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, Ieva advises students about studying a performing arts degree in London. She also builds partnerships with schools, college counsellors and educational advisers across Europe. Having been an international student herself, she has a good understanding of the types of questions that are important for international students.
Participating Universities
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
University of the Arts London
WEBINAR
Film, cinematics, and photography degrees are highly specialised subjects. Whether you are keen to step into the technical part of the business or dream to became the next blockbuster or wildlife photograph award winner, UK universities can offer you the best technology, unique contacts with leading industry companies and strong international exposure to achieve your dreams in this thriving industry. The skills you will gain will also allow you to move into other sectors such as media, marketing or communications. If you are creative, love media, TV, cinema industry or photography, do not miss this session.
Speakers
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Regional Manager – EU & the Americas at Falmouth University
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan is Senior Global Officer at University of Portsmouth. I've been in this role since 2013 and previous to that my background is in English language teaching. I taught at the University of Liverpool, but also overseas in Costa Rica, Italy, and Spain. In my role at Portsmouth, I am responsible for the EU, but have also worked in the MENA region.
Adrianne Napa
Adrianne Napa
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
Jen Hood
Jen Hood
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
Participating Universities
Falmouth University
University of Portsmouth
Edinburgh Napier University
WEBINAR
With more than 2,000 Art and Design degrees available, UK universities are renowned for preparing famous architects and designers for their international careers, and UK graduates have high employment rates in a range of design industries. The objective is to give you all the creative, technical and management skills needed to be successful in the creative industries, so as you can imagine this means a lot of variety. Join this session to discover what a UK Design degree could offer you.
Speakers
Laura Coates
Laura Coates
International Recruitment Officer at Nottingham Trent University
Wallace Murdoch
Wallace Murdoch
Nottingham Trent University
Lucia Corsini
Lucia Corsini
Brunel University
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
Matthew Wilks
Matthew Wilks
TEDI-London
Participating Universities
Nottingham Trent University (NTU)
Brunel University
TEDI-London
University of the Arts London
WEBINAR
Postgraduate studies in Design in the UK is flexible – you could study a broad MA Design qualification or focus instead on Graphic Design, Fashion, Textiles, Illustration and more. These courses are for curious and experimental individuals who are looking to broaden their practice and collaborate with designers from across different disciplines. Think this could be for you? Come along to this webinar to find out more.
Speakers
Emma Sheldon
Emma Sheldon
Senior International Officer at Abertay University
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
Participating Universities
Abertay University
University of the Arts London
WEBINAR
In the UK, you can study music or dance at a university, college, or conservatoire. Conservatoires specialise and focus on performance-based study, with a strong emphasis on one-to-one tuition, group work, and performance. University and college courses tend to focus on theory-based disciplines such as analysis, harmony and counterpoint, music technology, and psychology of performing, as well as performance itself. Music courses include musical theatre, education, sound engineering, songwriting and music business and more. For those interested in dance, an undergraduate qualification will give you the opportunity to develop the technical, creative and performance skills needed to become a versatile dance artist. You will also gain the understanding and critical and analytical skills to inform your artistic practice. Find out more about the options available to you in the UK by attending this webinar.
Speakers
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Regional Manager – EU & the Americas at Falmouth University
Stephen Rees
Stephen Rees
Lecturer in Musicology at Bangor University
Faye Harrison
Faye Harrison
Student Recruitment and International Relations Manager at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
Michael Rogerson
Michael Rogerson
International Office at Bangor University
Participating Universities
Falmouth University
Bangor University
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
Webinars about university courses: Business and Marketing
WEBINAR
Studying Marketing at a UK university will offer you transferable skills that are useful across a wide range of business sectors. The UK offers some of the most multicultural environments in the world to not only gain skills but make the international contacts that you will need in your career. Join this webinar to learn from the experts about the skills you will gain with a UK marketing degree in order to thrive in this this fast-paced and exciting sector.
Speakers
Charlotte Stallman
Charlotte Stallman
Goldsmiths, University of London
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan is Senior Global Officer at University of Portsmouth. I've been in this role since 2013 and previous to that my background is in English language teaching. I taught at the University of Liverpool, but also overseas in Costa Rica, Italy, and Spain. In my role at Portsmouth, I am responsible for the EU, but have also worked in the MENA region.
Bill Richards
Bill Richards
St Mary´s University, London
Participating Universities
Goldsmiths, University of London
University of Portsmouth
St Mary's University, London
WEBINAR
Undertaking a postgraduate Marketing qualification in the UK will help you on your way to becoming a marketing leader and someone that is skilful in strategic and tactical marketing decision making. You’ll grow your skills in research and consumer behaviour and digital marketing and develop your theoretical and practical approach, positioning you well to take up diverse career options and global opportunities post-study. Interested in finding out more? Come along to this webinar to hear from UK universities directly about what their Marketing courses have to offer.
Speakers
Anna Scott
Anna Scott
International Recruitment officer -SE Asia & Europe at University of Derby
Adam Charlton
Adam Charlton
Richmond, The American International University in London
Wendy Ridley
Wendy Ridley
International Recruitment Manager Europe at Newcastle University
Dave Eason
Dave Eason
Newcastle University
Participating Universities
University of Derby
Richmond, The American International University in London
Newcastle University
WEBINAR
If you have ambitious plans for a career in business, the UK is the best possible place to get the knowledge, skills and instincts in order to achieve your goals. Our business departments have excellent relationships with local firms and big brands, which will give you not only industry insights and connections but also work experience where you will be able to apply what you learn. Join this webinar to find out what it means to be a UK business graduate directly from the experts of top UK universities and business schools.
Speakers
Dr Panagiotis Hahamis
Dr Panagiotis Hahamis
Senior Lecturer, School of Applied Management at University of Westminster
Alexandra Pearson
Alexandra Pearson
Senior Lecturer in Management at University of Sussex
Katharina Giesecke
Katharina Giesecke
Enrollment Director at Hult Business School
Maria Tsakali
Maria Tsakali
Head of Education, British Council Greece
Katerina Fegarou,  Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina Fegarou, Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina completed her tertiary education in the UK (holds a BA in Political Economy and MSc in Economics / Business Strategy). She joined the British Council Greece in 1997 and since then she has been dedicated in the promotion of the British education. Areas of her expertise are the British and Greek education markets and related policies, the provision of Trans-National education, the recognition of UK qualifications. Katerina oversees the relationship with the UK education counsellors and alumni associations in Greece.
Participating Universities
University of Westminster
University of Sussex
Hult International Business School
WEBINAR
The UK is home to hundreds of academically respected business schools and top business universities. Business studies includes a wide range of specialties at postgraduate level such as accountancy, finance, human resources management, marketing and many others, as well as multiple subject combinations. Join this session to learn more about the courses and the transferable skills you will acquire which can be applied anywhere, from multinational organisations to NGOs
Speakers
Adrianne Napa
Adrianne Napa
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
Jen Hood
Jen Hood
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
Simon Rogg
Simon Rogg
Regional Manager, International Department at St Mary´s University, London
Viktorija Nikitina
Viktorija Nikitina
Marketing & Recruitment Manager I Postgraduate Portfolio, London Campus at ESCP Business School
Caroline Townley, International Officer, University of Manchester
Caroline Townley, International Officer, University of Manchester
Caroline is the Country Manager for EU, EEA & Eurasian markets at The University of Manchester. With over 10 years’ experience of working in Higher Education and recruitment in a range of organisations, Caroline is passionate about the benefits studying in the UK can offer. Having lived and worked abroad, Caroline has a particular focus on employability and the co-curriculum/activities outside of the classroom when advising students.
Participating Universities
Edinburgh Napier University
St Mary's University, London
ESCP Business School
The University of Manchester
WEBINAR
The UK has helped shape the face of modern economics, inspiring both how it’s applied in practice and how it’s taught around the globe. The UK is also home to three of the world’s best universities for economics. So, if you want to understand how – and why – money makes the world go round, there’s no better place to start your studies and give your career a kick-start. Through your degree in Economics you will develop knowledge and interdisciplinary skills that will help you achieve your career goals. Join this webinar to learn about Economics degree programmes, work experience and career prospects.
Speakers
Matthew Gould
Matthew Gould
Lecturer in Economics at Brunel University London
Elakiya Ananthakrishnan
Elakiya Ananthakrishnan
Warwick Economics Society's Summit Overall Coordinator at Warwick University
Dr Jiawen Li
Dr Jiawen Li
Lecturer at Lancaster University
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby currently looks after Student Recruitment from Northern Europe but has been working in Higher Education at University of Warwick for 6 years and has previous experience in the workings of the central undergraduate admissions team as well as Warwick Business Schools undergraduate programme operations.
Participating Universities
Brunel University
The University of Warwick
Lancaster University
WEBINAR
The UK has a unique heritage in the field of Economics and has helped to define our understanding of it in the modern age. Having studied postgraduate level Economics in the UK you could go on to become a dedicated economist, pursue roles as a financial risk analyst, investment analyst or political risk analyst, or go into accountancy or financial roles, such as stockbroking. Come along to this webinar to learn more about what a UK postgraduate qualification in Economics entails.
Speakers
Elisa Van Waeyenberge
Elisa Van Waeyenberge
Head of Economics Department at SOAS University of London
Yannis Dafermos
Yannis Dafermos
Senior Lecturer in Economics at SOAS University of London
Georgios Gerasimou
Georgios Gerasimou
Reader in Economics at University of St Andrews
Peter Postl
Peter Postl
Head of Department of Economics at University of Bath
Participating Universities
SOAS University of London
University of Bath
University of St Andrews
WEBINAR
A Management degree from a UK university will provide you with the knowledge and skills to succeed as a manager of tomorrow in business, government and social enterprises around the world. You will develop a broad knowledge of business, finance, economics and marketing, as well as a range of practical skills and work experience, which you can apply to a broad range of professional and business environments.
Speakers
Gianluca De Leo
Gianluca De Leo
ESCP Business School
Ahmed Barakat
Ahmed Barakat
University of Nottingham
Dr Li Cunningham
Dr Li Cunningham
City, University of London
Martin Spieß
Martin Spieß
Ailsa Kienberger
Ailsa Kienberger
Participating Universities
ESCP Business School
University of Nottingham
City, University of London
WEBINAR
Studying Management at postgraduate level in the UK prepares successful graduates for a range of high-flying future career prospects in management and leadership, whether your goal is to be a self-employed entrepreneur, work for a large multinational company or non-profit organisation. You will develop a strong understanding of business and international management, encountering important issues of the day including globalisation, sustainability and the use of technology. Having a postgraduate Management degree will help you to stand out from the crowd – find out more about the types of courses on offer in this webinar.
Speakers
Holly Shepherd
Holly Shepherd
University of Chester
Franceska Shollo
Franceska Shollo
University of Chester
Julie Brooks
Julie Brooks
University of St Andrews
Ffion Bailey, Regional Manager, University of St Andrews
Ffion Bailey, Regional Manager, University of St Andrews
Ffion is the Regional Manager (Europe) at the University of St Andrews. She supports students who are interested in finding out more about the University, and as a graduate of St Andrews herself, she is happy to share her own experiences of the academic and student life.
Adam Charlton
Adam Charlton
Richmond, The American International University in London
Participating Universities
University of Chester
University of St Andrews
Richmond, The American International University in London
WEBINAR
A career in the financial services or related sectors of the economy requires a high level of understanding of both the theory and practice of accounting and finance. UK postgraduate degrees in Finance are designed to give you a broad-based understanding of the core subject areas with an emphasis on empirical research methods and on accounting and finance practices and cover a wide range of subjects and subject combinations such as Finance with Accounting, International Banking, Risk Analysis and many more. Join this session to learn more about the courses and the career options that a postgraduate degree in Finance can offer you.
Speakers
Juliane Thamm
Juliane Thamm
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Marc Ensch
Marc Ensch
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Dr Veronica Veleanu
Dr Veronica Veleanu
Lecturer in Finance, Programme Director of MSc Investment Management at University of Surrey
Stefania Giannoulidis
Stefania Giannoulidis
Senior Director of Enrollment, Europe at Hult International Business School
Participating Universities
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
University of Surrey
Hult International Business School
Webinars about university courses: Information Technology
WEBINAR
UK universities are at the forefront of information technology, conducting research for the world's top companies. And with over 2000 computer science courses at UK universities, including 2 of the top 10 in the world, wherever you decide to study in the UK you will find a wide range of versatile, modular courses spanning every aspect of the discipline, from information systems to software engineering, artificial intelligence and health informatics. Join this session to learn about courses, subject combinations, world-class facilities and career options.
Speakers
Prins Butt
Prins Butt
Course Leader for Computing & Software Engineering at Solent University
Emma Sheldon
Emma Sheldon
Senior International Officer at Abertay University
Katy Brough
Katy Brough
International Recruitment Manager (Europe and South East Asia) at University of Hull
Participating Universities
Solent University
Abertay University
University of Hull
WEBINAR
The UK is at the forefront of computer innovation and graduates enjoy enviable employment opportunities as system analysts, independent consultants, software developers, programmers, data analysts and managers. In this session, you will discover the wide range of versatile courses spanning every aspect of the computer science disciplines and the career opportunities to equip you to stand out in the job market.
Speakers
Rogério de Lemos
Rogério de Lemos
Senior Lecturer/ Director of Graduate Studies at University of Kent
Owen Johnson
Owen Johnson
Senior Fellow, School of Computing at University of Leeds
Dr Bertie Muller
Dr Bertie Muller
Computer Science PGT Programme Director at Swansea University
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett Armstrong, International Officer, University of Leeds
Scarlett has worked in international education for 5 years, with experience across multiple geographical regions. She most enjoys getting to interact with prospective students helping them to realise their educational goals.
Participating Universities
University of Kent
Swansea University
University of Leeds