University literature and websites can give you a good idea about courses and student life, but wouldn’t you like the chance to speak directly with the universities you’re interested in? From March to July, you can do exactly this by attending one of UCAS’ nationwide conventions.
UCAS invites universities from across the country to exhibit at these events, which are perfect opportunities for you to start thinking about your options. They’re also a great way to find out about universities and courses you may not have considered or even heard of before.
Whether your visit is arranged by your school or whether you choose to attend alone, UCAS fairs are an ideal way to find out which universities would suit your interests, preferences, and academic strengths. Representatives from each university are on hand to discuss courses, what the university is like, where it's located, what its graduates go on to do, and more.
These events can be crowded, fast-paced and noisy, so it's important that when you get your chance to speak to universities, you ask the right questions - those which will best help you make this important decision about your future.
The university representatives are there to answer your questions, no matter how big or small. Take a pad of paper and a pen to jot down notes. And remember, UCAS conventions aren't just an opportunity to pick up a stack of heavy prospectuses. They're your chance to have face-to-face conversations, explore your options and find out more about university life.
We’d really love to meet you, so why not come and speak to NTU at a UCAS fair near you?
Please visit the UCAS website for full UCAS higher education convention venue details, opening times and more.