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QS World Tour – University Fair – London 16 October – Free to attend but you need to register

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The QS World University Tour is returning to London this Autumn, giving  students a fantastic opportunity to meet face-to-face with admissions directors from over 30 of the world’s top universities. There is no better place to have all your  questions about going to university answered.

The fair takes place in London on Sunday, 16th October 2016 and will be held at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, SW1P 3EE, (nearest tube station is Westminster), from 1.30pm until 5:30pm.

There will be many leading universities in attendance – both from the UK and abroad – who will be looking to talk to students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree. We will also run pre-fair seminars on the day as well as a presentation on studying in the US.

You can watch a video about the event here.

The fair is best suited to year 12 and 13 (IB 1 and 2) students (or those that have recently finished) and is also open to parents who would like to learn more about the various options available to their children. If you plan to attend please register online in advance (www.topuniversities.com/loud) to avoid queuing on the day. Full details of all the universities exhibiting and the seminar timetable will be emailed to registered students, closer to the event date.

The fair is free to attend and you can register their details here 

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