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Studying in the UK – Intro evening

16 September 2020
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Studying abroad has many benefits, and the UK is home to some of the most prestigious and respected universities alone! Oxford, LSE, Cambridge, King's to mention but a few.

Date
16 September 2020
Time
18:00 – 19:30
Venue
Online webinar - Zoom
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Price
FREE

UPDATE: We acknowledge that these are very uncertain times, and therefore we have taken the decision of transferring this event into a virtual webinar. You will be able to hear and learn from the experts, ask your questions, and get some valuable insight – all from the comfort of your own home.


It’s with great pleasure that the Danish-UK Associations Young Professionals are partnering up with organisations Danish Students Abroad, Project Access & Nordic Study Abroad Community in order to create an insightful and co-organised evening with a focus on the possibilities for studying in the UK. More info below!

We look forward to seeing you there!

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18.00 Welcome & Introduction by the 4 hosting organisations

  • Danish-UK Association, Young Professionals (YP’s)
  • Project Access (PA)
  • Danish Students Abroad (DSA)
  • Nordic Study Abroad Community (NSAC)

18.30 Why study in the UK?

19:30 Q&A, networking and chit-chatting until no further questions

Danish-UK Association (Young Professionals)

The Young Professionals (YP), part of the Danish-UK Association, is a social networking organisation offering a base for young professionals in an age group up to 35 years of age.The YP organises a number of exclusive events every year for YPs and as well as access to any of Club Quarters’ 4 London locations offering business lounge facilities, desktops, free wifi, free refreshments, amongst other.


Project Access

Through our peer-to-peer mentorship programme, Project Access match talented applicants with current students at the world’s best universities. Their mentors provide applicants with information, application feedback and support throughout the application process. Some mentors also deliver workshops and talks at schools and talent networks around the world. Last year, more than half of their applicants were accepted into one of their three top choice universities. Receiving a mentor is completely free of charge for applicants.


Danish Students Abroad

Being the political voice of Danes studying abroad, DSA is working on making studying abroad easier for both exchange students and students pursuing a full degree abroad. Beyond our political work, we are advising students who wish to go abroad so that this becomes an easy and natural part of every Dane’s education. Finally, we are building communities of Danish students around the world.


Nordic Study Abroad Community

Nordic Study Abroad Community (NSAC) is a non-profit international student community and organiser of the annual NSAC Conference, which aims to bring together and help ambitious Nordic students to study abroad. Our organisation consists entirely of students – a group of tremendously hardworking and driven volunteers, whose motivation sparks from their own ambition to study at the best universities in the world as well as from their desire of making a difference for other ambitious Nordic students.

Everyone is welcome! Should you have even the slightest interest in studying abroad, possibly in the UK, then please do come along for an informal and insightful evening with the experts in the field – Current and previous students.

Wether your plans are 1, 2, 3 years or further in the future, don’t hesitate to start the proces early! As you will learn, that can be a very good idea!