It would be less useful to attend an exhibition with no clear idea of the questions you want to ask and type of information you want to get.
So how can a prospective student get the best out of each education fair? Read on to find out
Immediate Access to Facts and Figures
Unrestricted Access to over 50 institutions globally
Access to scholarship information
Prospective students/Parents/Guardians aspiring for foundation, A-levels, Masters (Research or taught ) and PhD
Private School owners and their final year students
Working Professionals aspiring for further studies
All relevant stakeholders of the education industry
Save yourself the endless time spent on surfing the net to get information because those details will be made available instantly
Simplify the whole admission and study visa process.
Opportunity to be assessed directly by international delegates from different institutions
One on one counselling and advise
Initiate your admission and scholarship applications
To learn about courses and career pathways that may best suite your career
Networking and contacts
Get bespoke answers on opportunities peculiar to your career/discipline
Free welcome pack with relevant information
Free registration , Free admission processing and guidance with study visa procurement through UKEAS
Start by finding out the range of programmes you are interested in studying
Identify any special area of interest in which your strength lies that you could pursue further
Discuss with parents /Guardian or other sponsors on the availability of funding for your proposed study plans.
Determine when it would be best for you to proceed with your study plans
We would expect everyone attending to have registered for the exhibition by visiting the registration page www.ukeas.com.gh/registration as this would help fast track entry.
All attendees would be provided with a UKEAS welcome pack which has a membership form, institution matrix and other relevant brochures.
On receiving the UKEAS welcome pack please fill out the membership form and check the matrix for the institution offering your proposed course of study so that you may have an idea of the school(s) to visit on entering the exhibition ground.
To visit an institution of choice on the exhibition ground ensure you have identified that the institution is offering your course of choice from the matrix then proceed with your filled membership form to meet with the international delegate.
In case you have not yet decided on course of study or you need additional information you may need to get help on the UKEAS stand located close to the entrance of the exhibition ground.
When is the next intake and how soon can I start my application?
What is the entry requirement for this programme?
What is the application process?
How much is the total cost of the course?
What is the employability of graduates in this programme?
Could you tell me more about student life on campus?
Who awards the qualification
How long is the programme
What types of personal /leadership development programme are available?
What is the population of Ghanan and African students studying in your institution at the moment?
Can you tell me about the types of accommodation available?
Is there anything unique about the course?
How are your courses rated?
Please ensure you visit UKEAS information desk where you will be advised on how to proceed and complete your application(s) and for any other relevant question concerning your career plans and UKEAS office contacts would also be provided. UKEAS counsellors readily available at UKEAS Offices would provide you further guidance from the start to finish of the whole process FREE OF CHARGE.