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Special Guest

              Pauline Marie Korp       Visual Communicator & Designer

            Pauline Marie Korp

    Visual Communicator & Designer


* NB! Guests may not attend events in all cities.

University Representatives



Anna Bernadska

The University of Westminster is a dynamic international education institution with a distinguished 175-year history. With three campuses it is home to over 20,000 students from over 150 nations

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Jane Gordon

The University of Gloucestershire offers over 100 undergraduate and postgraduate academic study programmes through nine schools.

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Simon Morley

Bucks New University offers a wide range of industry specific courses and is known being a vibrant place to study.

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Annabel Mitchell

Nottingham trent University is one of the most sustainable universities in the world where currently 2,600 international students are studying. University has also been named Modern University of the Year in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide (2018).

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Jay-Louise Fox

One of the top universities in the UK and worldwide it is a founding member of the Russell Group. University of Liverpool is also known to be the original ‘redbrick’ university.

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John Gardener

University of Worcester uses engaging teaching methods; in a beautiful cathedral city located in the heart of the English countryside.

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Zak Lichniak

University of South Wales is one of the largest universities in the UK and the largest in Wales; well-known for applied research and their arts courses.

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Samantha Windows

Aberystwyth University is a research university which was ranked in the top 4 of UK universities for overall student satisfaction in the 2016. University has also been named University of the Year for Teaching Quality (2018).