Charting the impact of COVID-19 on education internationally - an interactive Q&A with UK NARIC experts

This free-webinar is essential for anyone dealing with qualifications from overseas.


This online Q&A session will give provide the most up-to-date information on school closures and changing exam arrangements worldwide. Featuring international education experts and researchers from UK NARIC this event will build upon the information in the UK NARIC blog on the impact of COVID-19 on education internationally.

Target Audience

This course is recommended for university and college admissions staff. The course will also be useful to people from professional bodies, nationality & immigration solicitors, recruiters, work permit and visa agencies, careers / guidance / refugee and asylum seekers advisers.


The key objectives of the training are for attendees to:

  • Receive an update of the latest information on school closures and changing exam arrangements worldwide

  • Understand the resources available from UK NARIC about what is happening internationally in education as a result of COVID-19

  • Understand where to find further information on international and cross-border qualifications

Support materials

Delegates will receive a copy of all materials used. Delegates completing the course will also receive a UK NARIC certificate of completion.

Book on this course

Please complete the following online form and you will receive an email confirming your registration. We will provide the webinar link with participation instructions to delegates closer to the event time.

Alternatively, you can watch the recording that will be available 7 days after the live. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

*If you have free training places in your membership package, please contact your account manager before registering.


To register for the recording, please click here and scroll down to the booking form at the bottom of the webpage. 

Please note: if you need to change your booking please contact [email protected]