The UK Education Fair
Oct 06, 9:00AM to Oct 07 , 5:00PM BST

About this Event

 

The two-day UK Education Fair will delve comprehensively into all topics related to UK education from the level of a young child to a university student. 

This is a two-day event with a jam-packed schedule. Some of the sessions will occur concurrently and will be available to stream on-demand after the event. The event will contain presentations, panel discussions, and AI-powered matchmaking and networking. 

 

Who should attend:

The program is particularly suited for:

  • Parents
  • Educators of all levels
  • Secondary school students looking for information on universities
  • Career counselors

Why you should attend:

  • Understand the state of UK education so you can make an informed decision regarding it.
  • Learn about the different career paths available to students and how you can help guide them in their choices.
  • Learn about homeschooling and why it has become a popular choice.
  • Understand the ravages that the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought on our youth and know what you can do to help this generation.

What are the benefits:

  • A comprehensive understanding of the contemporary British education system.
  • Know what choices to make regarding your/your child’s/your student’s potential career path.

What previous delegates have said about similar events:

"This was a wonderful conference with excellent information on education in the UK and which will help me make the proper choices regarding my son’s education."

 

"I’m very glad to have attended and feel far more informed about the UK education system than I did before."

 

"The information presented will help me greatly as a secondary school teacher in the coming years. Thank you very much."

 

What you will get:

  • Access to a jam-packed two-day event of presentations and panel discussions by experts.
  • Full after-event access to all on-demand content.
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Schedule
Oct 07 9:00AM–10:00AM · Session
Presentation for educators: Latest pedagogical breakthroughs
Expert educators discuss the latest teaching breakthroughs at all levels, from young child to new adult. Material will be available for download to review at home
Oct 07 10:00AM–11:00AM · Session
Panel discussion: Homeschooling
Homeschooling has always been a popular choice in the UK, and it became virtually the only choice at one stage of the pandemic. What is the appeal of homeschooling? How can parents ensure that their children develop fully and also gain the necessary social skills when being taught at home? We bring in experts to weigh in on the subject
Oct 07 11:00AM–12:00PM · Session
Presentation: Student VISAs for foreign students
An overview presentation of UK VISAs for foreign students who wish to study in the UK
Oct 07 1:00PM–2:00PM · Session
Presentation: Studying and living in the UK
What is it like to study in the UK? How do you apply? How good must your English be? This presentation covers all of these points
Oct 07 4:00PM–5:00PM · Session
Multiple Presentations: Meet UK Universities
This part of the event is dedicated to meeting universities, with multiple and concurrent sessions being run by many of the UK universities, introducing potential students and their parents to their campuses, curricula, city, boarding, and the city from which the university hails
Oct 06 9:00AM–10:00AM · Stage
Opening presentation: The state of UK education in 2022
This presentation is for educators, parents, and older students. The information will be presented in such a way that all can understand and participate
Oct 06 10:00AM–11:00AM · Session
Panel discussion: Grammar schools and private schools—views from both sides
Above all else, there must be tolerance. This panel discussion hopes to bring the views of both sides—independent/grammar and state schools—to the fore so as to increase understanding of a contentious subject
Oct 06 11:00AM–12:00PM · Session
Career paths—electives in secondary school
Very few are fortunate enough to know for certain what their career path will be when they are still in secondary school. And yet students are made to choose subjects at secondary school that they will be tested on in their GCSEs. We hope to provide some guidance on the potential career paths with the different electives that can be chosen at secondary school level
Oct 06 1:00PM–3:00PM · Session
Panel discussion: Virtual schooling—the pros and cons
COVID-19 thrust all of British schooling online at one stage. It wasn’t long before some educators expressed concerns that virtual education might not be in the best interests of children. In this panel discussion, we bring in experts to discuss the current and future scene of virtual education, and its pros and cons
Oct 06 3:00PM–5:00PM · Session
Presentation: Repairing the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic on our youth
From missed graduations to being forced to redo a year to emotions of loneliness from not being with one’s friends, the COVID-19 pandemic exacted a heavy toll on our youth. Some fear that the damaging effects might be long-term, creating a generation that feels more disconnected, less free, and more afraid of the world around them. This panel discusses these damages and the proactive steps that can be taken to help this “lost generation
Speakers
Eric Fish
Speaker
Isabella Hall
Physics Expert
Amelia Muir
Co-Founder
Katz Rowland
Speaker
Oliviya George
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