The International Teachers’ And Advisers’ Conference is only a week away!

28 May 2018

"If you™re a teacher, adviser, or agent working with non-UK applicants through their journey into UK higher education, this conference is not to be missed!

This two-day residential conference in central Manchester will provide a unique opportunity to hear from the experts, network with representatives from UK universities and colleges, and learn about the many resources available to you when advising international applicants. Features of this conference include:

  • a two-day programme packed with expert speakers

  • an opportunity to network with representatives from UK universities and colleges, UCAS, sponsor organisations, and key stakeholders

  • peer-to-peer networking with teachers and advisers from international centres from around the globe

  • a post-conference tour (organised by Univisits Limited) of Central Lancashire, Huddersfield, Lancaster, Leeds Beckett and Leeds universities

  • a post conference visit to Manchester Metropolitan University"

Click here for more information on this conference and to book now!

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