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Postgrad LIVE

Thank you to all our exhibitors and speakers for attending Postgrad LIVE 2020. We hope you had a successful and enjoyable event.

Postgrad LIVE 2020 / 2021

*New for 2020* - For the first time, we're planning to bring our popular Postgrad LIVE fairs to Senate House, central London with two chances to exhibit - on Tuesday 27 October 2020, and again in February 2021.

Postgrad LIVE London | Tues 27 October 2020

We're also planning to return with seven Postgrad LIVE Masters & PhD study fairs in early 2021, taking place in cities across the UK in February 2021.

We will be opening exhibitor bookings shortly and have updated our terms to give you more flexibility during this uncertain time. You'll be able to provisionally secure your exhibition stand obligation free, giving your institution peace of mind whilst being able to take advantage of our early bird and multi-booking discounts.

If you would like to be the first to find out when exhibitor reservations open and take advantage of our early bird and multi-booking discount rates, email our dedicated Events team at [email protected]

About Postgrad LIVE

Our Postgrad LIVE study fairs offer our exhibitors the chance to promote their full-range of postgraduate programmes to a large and high-quality student audience. Our 2019 Postgrad LIVE fairs attracted over 3,150 students across the six fairs in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Liverpool, Southampton and Bristol, and more than 200 exhibitors.

Alongside the exhibition, we run a comprehensive and popular talks programme, making our Postgrad LIVE fairs unmissable for prospective Masters and PhD students.

Postgrad LIVE exhibitor feedback

In 2019, 90% of exhibitors rated the student attendance at our 2019 Postgrad LIVE events as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’, and 97% said that attending was worthwhile.

‘A busy event, well organised with lots of engaged students and a good number of leads.’ – University of Chester

‘Met some well qualified students for a variety of taught and research programmes, excellent turnout.’ – London School of Economics and Political Science

‘It was great to meet a wider range of students and be able to discuss distance learning potential. Some had researched in advance and came specifically to find us.’ – Staffordshire University