Come and meet the British Council and many of the UK's universities face-to-face. We organize regular events in more than 40 countries where you can find out more about the unique study opportunities and UK experience you will gain.

Staff from every type of university are in attendance and there are specialist information sessions, so there will be something to help your research no matter what your interests are. Whether you're an undergraduate, postgraduate, research candidate or a parent of someone interested in UK higher education, you'll benefit from individual, personalized advice.

In addition to meeting exhibitors, you'll also have the opportunity to attend seminars and presentations delivered by distinguished academics, university representatives, our own education counselors and other specialists such as UCAS.

These events are designed to give you all the information you need to understand the application process and make the right choice for you.

Admission is usually free. It’s best to register online to avoid delays and to make sure you have all the information to make the most of the event.

Learn more

For counselors and education professionals

For counselors, we tour across the United States to give counselors an opportunity to learn more about the UK’s higher education system, network with participating British institutions and have all of your questions about higher education in the UK answered.

For students

We’ve met with students at the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) National College Fairs in Toronto, Chicago, Long Island and Washington DC.

We also run virtual exhibitions to reach students across the US interested in studying in the UK. Watch a presentation (‘10 British phrases you need to know for study in the UK’) here. 

To learn more about why the UK is a GREAT place to study, hear it straight from American students in the UK: 

Get to know the students more here.

To learn more about studying in the UK, visit the Study UK website.  You will find information about the UK higher education system, studying abroad, the application process, practical advice and what to expect while living and studying in the UK.

External links