USA College Day 2018
28.09.18 - 29.09.18
USA College Day is the largest US university fair in Europe. The 41st year of College Day will see over 150 US universities exhibit at this free-to-attend event for prospective undergraduates, parents and teachers.
The fair will take place in central London over a day and a half and is expected to bring in 4,000+ visitors from across the UK. Attendance to the fair is free, but you must register in advance.
Registration for USA College Day 2018 is now open!
Timing: You may only select ONE entry time over the course of both days. You will have two hours to spend in the fair, so select your entry time slot wisely and arrive promptly at your start time. Please do not sign up for more than one time slot.
How to register: When registering, students can opt to share their information with universities that are a good fit for them. Therefore, each registration (no matter the quantity of tickets selected) should only include one student. Families or groups with more than one student interested in the US should make sure each student registers separately. Example: a family of 1 student and 2 parents would make one order for 3 tickets. A family of 2 students and 2 parents would make two separate orders so that each student can provide their details.
- Group Bookings: If you are a group of 6 or more, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking. Please do NOT make multiple bookings on Eventbrite.
Who will be at USA College Day?
Use our USA College Day University Search to explore universities in attendance, view their academic and admissions information, and filter by various criteria.
Find out more about what's on at USA College Day:
- Full list of attending institutions and interactive map
- The Advising Zone, with the Fulbright Advising Team, the U.S. Embassy in London and ACT, Inc.
- Commercial exhibitors
View the event programme and plan your visit using the floor plan.
USA College Day is organised by the US-UK Fulbright Commission in partnership with the University of South Florida.