WELCOME to the University Roadshow - VIRTUAL EDITION!
We’re here to help Students, Parents and Careers Advisors with third level education options outside of Northern Ireland, in the UK and beyond!
This Virtual Roadshow will provide you with an opportunity to find out about and explore Universities outside Northern Ireland. You will have the opportunity to view and explore Universities and Colleges from England, Wales, Scotland, Republic of Ireland and European Universities. This exciting event provides you with many elements to avail of in order to prepare you for University, including:
- The chance to ask any queries or questions to any of the University or College's Exhibitors via a 'Live Chat'
- Speak to the Exhibitors face-to-face, the opportunity to turn a call or message into a video call
- Watch videos from the many Universities allowing you to explore and get a better insight into the University and what they have to offer
- View informative videos on application, finance, interviews etc, providing you with the necessary advice and guidance
- Downloadable resources will be provided on the platform for you to avail of, including The Personal Statment Framework and Points Conversion Chart - useful and beneficial materials to download and prepare you in the hunt for your perfect University!
- As well as the many University & Colleges Exhibitors, The University Roadshow Team will also be on standby throughout the duration of the event should you have any questions, just jump on 'Live Chat' and someone will be happy to answer your queries.
So let's get started and begin your Virtual Journey in finding a University best suited to you!
TO REGISTER FOR VIRTUAL ROADSHOW CLICK HERE
Universities on the Virtual University Roadshow
- Glasgow Caledonian University
- Liverpool John Moores University
- Kingston University London
- St. Mary's University, Twickenham
- University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
- Wrexham Glyndwr University
- University College Birmingham
- Newman University Birmingham
- University of East Anglia