Study UK Exhibition 2019

Date/time: 19 October 2019, 12.30-18.00
Venue: Akihabara UDX Gallery
Registration: Visitors can pre-register or simply come along on the day. Those who pre-register will receive a gift and can enter a prize draw for the chance to win a pair of British Airways Tokyo-London return flights!


All about the Study UK Exhibition

Speak directly with institution staff

Representatives of around 50 UK universities, colleges and boarding schools will be attending so you can ask any questions and discuss your future study plans face-to-face.

Alumni booth

Chat with alumni about their experiences

Alumni for all levels of study, from boarding schools to post-graduate courses, will be on-hand to answer your questions and give you the low down on studying in the UK. 

Visa booth

Speak with UK visa experts

UK Visas and Immigration staff will be present to take you through the visa application process and answer any questions you might have.

Find out about the IELTS test

The British Council team will be on-hand to provide information on the IELTS test and how to prepare. 

Get information on scholarships

The Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) will be providing information on study abroad scholarships provided by the Japanese government.  You can also receive advice on other scholarship opportunities by talking to British Council staff.


Seminar Schedule

Seminar Room 1 (seminars will be delivered in Japanese)

Time Seminar
13:00-13:30 A guide to studying English in the UK
13:40-14:00 An introduction to studying at UK boarding schools
14:10-14:50 All you need to know about studying at universities in the UK 
15:00-15:30 An Introduction to the IELTS English language test 
15:40-16:10 Scholarships seminar including information on Japanese government scholarships
Alumni Voices - Japanese graduates of UK universities join us to share their experiences of studying in the UK and how they developed their careers after graduating
17:00-17:20 From studying in the UK to working at an international organisation - how to develop your career after studying abroad.  Session delivered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Seminar Room 2 (seminars delivered in English unless specified) 

Time Seminar

Strong Foundations – An overview of Foundation programmes leading to UG study in the UK

Speaker: Anisa Atlasi, University of Manchester


Why study Creative Arts and Design in the UK?

Speaker: Jenny Oxley, Leeds Arts University


Sport in the UK. Where do Universities fit in? Sport focused study options and career opportunities

Speaker: Katy Storie, Northumbria University


How studying abroad can boost your career

Speaker: DISCO Inc CareerForumNet (CFN) - market leader in career development and international recruitment

Seminar will be delivered in Japanese


7 tips for making the most of your study abroad experience and leading a happy and exciting life

Speaker: Daisuke Kubo, Yoshimoto Sports Co.,Ltd

Profile: After graduating from The University of Liverpool with an MBA in Football Industries, Daisuke Kubo worked for 10 years in marketing and promotion at a Jleague football team. He then joined Yoshimoto Sports Co., Ltd, where he handles athlete management and event management/promotion.  

Seminar will be delivered in Japanese 


Applying for a Visa to Study in the UK

Speaker: Simon Morris, UK Visas and Immigration



Akihabara UDX Gallery
Address: Soto Kanda 4-14-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021

The venue is a two minute walk from Akihabara station on Sobu, Keihintohoku, Yamanote, and Hibiya subway lines. 

Akihabara UDX Gallery Website
Map for Akihabara UDX Gallery
Disabled Access Information (PDF 3.31MB)

We are happy to help disabled people on the day should they need assistance but we would appreciate a minimum of 48 hours’ notice wherever possible.  Please contact us if you would require any assistance. 

E-mail: Education Team, British Council

See also