Join the British Council, UCAS and the University of Exeter on Wednesday, September 20th for the first in a series of three webinars to support counsellors through the admissions process for UK universities and colleges.
In this webinar, we’ll introduce studying an undergraduate course in the UK, and the vital research stage that all students need to complete. We’ll cover the basics of applying, ahead of the early 15 October deadline which applies to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and courses in medicine, veterinary medicine/science, and dentistry. We’ll also highlight the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) which has recently been introduced in the UK.
A representative from the University of Exeter will also be taking part in the session to provide their perspective on the topics raised.
Ahead of the webinar, please email any specific questions or topics you would like covered to Jenna.Hartsell@britishcouncil.org.
About the panelist
James Durant, International Professional Development Executive for UCAS, currently leads on UCAS’ involvement at international fairs and events, providing help and support in person to applicants and their advisers in several countries each year. James delivers training sessions and seminars on all parts of the UCAS process while in-country visiting visit schools, colleges and agents. James also supports the Professional Development team with various sessions in the UK for provider staff, advisers and applicants. James has a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Gloucestershire and served as Students’ Union President in the year following his graduation. With over eight years of UCAS experience, James was appointed to his current role in early 2015.