Thursday 10 February 2022 7:51 AM UTC
NEW DELHI Feb 10: The British Council is organizing a Study UK Subject Fair on STEM-Medicine, to enable Indian students and their families to get comprehensive and credible information about the study opportunities available in the domain.
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics and refers to any subjects that fall under these four disciplines.
1. In the first session of the Subject Fair, students will be given important information about a long list of STEM-Medicine scholarships they can apply for.
2. This will be followed by the meeting with representatives from over 15 universities and British Council, for any queries about universities, entry requirements, course content, applications and more.
3. Finally, interested attendees can also participate in an exclusive panel discussion on ‘Women in STEM Scholarships’.
The event will help students gain a well-rounded perspective and enable them to take a step towards a coveted qualification in STEM-Medicine from the UK.
The event is for students interested in studying STEM-Medicine and Business Management in the UK. Meet representatives from over 15 UK universities online, to get all your queries about subjects, courses, applications, scholarships and more answered by experts.
International students can take their pick from a wide range of science and technology courses around the UK. However, with hundreds of universities to choose from and with the availability of so many financing options, students often have multiple questions and need support and credible resources in order to make informed decisions for their futures.
Those planning to pursue their higher education in science, technology, or medicine in the UK and aim to kickstart their careers in an international hub – can find answers to all their questions about studying and living in the UK on Friday 11th February.
You can Register here for free: Link
Date: Friday, 11 th February 2022
Event Time: 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Panel Discussion ‘Women in STEM Scholarship’: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Applications for the current cohort of the British Council scholarships for women in STEM and the GREAT scholarships, for the 2022-23 session, are open.
There are lots of options available to international students who want to stay and work in the UK after their studies.
From 1 July 2021, international students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or master’s degree will be able to benefit from two years’ work experience in the UK upon graduation, through the new Graduate Route . Students who complete their PhD will be able to stay for three years.
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