University of Birmingham
Region: Northern Europe
Country/Region: United Kingdom
Found Year: 1900
Address: Edgbaston Park Road

At Birmingham we offer an inspiring educational experience. An original "redbrick" university and founding member of the Russell Group of institutions, we are home to approximately 28,000 students. The University is a truly vibrant, global community and is internationally-renowned, incorporating over 5,000 international students from nearly 150 countries around the world. Named as the University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times in 2013-14, this accolade is testament to quality of work that takes place at Birmingham. Outstanding research that informs teaching From 1900 to the present day, Birmingham has been leading the way in research and education.The University is an internationally powerful, research-led institution and as well as our commitment to providing excellent teaching, academic staff are engaged in a wide range of research that has created a major positive impact across the globe. Birmingham is the national hub for an innovative STEM programme, a national initiative to promote interest in science, technology, engineering and maths among young people and enhance higher level skills in the workplace. We are the first link in a chain of Cancer Research UK Centres, our academics are taking the lead on the ATLAS Project at the Large Hadron Collider, and a transformational gift of £15 million in 2013 means that we are establishing an Institute for Forest Research which will study the impact of environmental change on woodlands. These are just some of the highlights that place Birmingham at the forefront of 21st century research. You will be studying at the heart of our academic community, alongside a challenging, international academy of over 2,000 individuals, many of whom are global experts in their field. This means that your studies will include all the latest approaches, thinking and understanding. Our campus The 250-acre parkland campus in Edgbaston provides a safe, friendly environment and has all the facilities you would expect to find: bars, cafes, shops, a sports centre, banks, art gallery, botanical gardens, doctor’s surgery, dental practice and its own railway station - all the facilities you need to support your learning, social life, sporting and other interests while at university. The University is just far enough from Birmingham city centre to enjoy the benefits of campus life, but close enough to be within easy reach of all the amenities of one of the UK's largest cities. Birmingham is a vibrant, multi-cultural city with one of the youngest populations in Europe, boasting the largest public library in Europe, a redeveloped transport hub and the famous Bullring shopping centre. Preparing you for success At Birmingham you’ll have access to a wealth of opportunities in which to develop life and leadership skills that employers recognise as the hallmark of a high quality graduate. You will have access to specialised careers advice based in your academic area, benefit from our vast alumni network in the form of mentoring, and have the opportunity to undertake internship and/or work experience placements. Our representative offices and staff in Delhi, India; Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou in China; and Chicago in the United States, as well as our membership of the U21 global network and partnership working in Brazil, ensures that the University is well connected and measures success against international standards.

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Dentistry & Oral Sciences
Metallurgical Engineering
Clinical Medicine
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Atmospheric Science
Water Resources
Key Statistics
Total Enrollment
International Students
Undergraduate Enrollment
International Students
Graduate Enrollment
International Students
Undergraduate Programs
Accounting and Finance
American and Canadian Studies and Film
American and Canadian Studies
Business and American Studies
Business Management
Business Management with Communications
Cancer Sciences
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Classics and Ancient History
Clinical and Experimental Medicine
Computer Science
Disability,Inclusion and Special Needs
Drama and English
Drama and Theatre
Drama and Theatre Arts
Economics with Central and East European Studies
Economics with Italian
Economics with Japanese
Economics with Portuguese
Economics with Russianstudies
Economics with Spanish
Education and Social Justice
Electronic,Electrical and Computer Engineering
English and American Literature
English with Creative Writing
English Language
English Language and Literature
European Politics,Society and Economics
Geography,Earth and Environmental Sciences
Health and Population Sciences
History Of Art
Immunity and Infection
International Business
International Business with Communications
International Business with Language
International Relations
International Relations with Economics
International Relations with French
International Relations with German
International Relations with Politicalscience
International Relations with Spanish
Language, Discourse and Society
Llb with Business
Llb with French
Llb with German
Mathematical Economics and Statistics
Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgy and Materials
Modern Languages
Money,Banking and Finance
Money,Banking and Finance with German
Money,Banking and Finance with Italian
Money,Banking and Finance with Portugese
Money,Banking and Finance with Spanish
Philosophy,Religion and Ethics
Physics and Astronomy
Political Economy
Political Science
Professional Education
Russian Studies
Russian Studies with Central and East European Studies
Social Policy
Social Work
Sport and Exercise Sciences
Sport Pedagogy
Theology and Religion
West African Studies
Graduate Programs
Aid Management
American and Canadian History, Contemporary Politics and International Relations
American and Canadian Literature and Culture
Applied Linguistics
Applied Social Research Doctorate
Byzantine,Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies
Cancer Sciences
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Classics and Ancient History
Clinical and Experimental Medicine
Community Justice
Computer Science
Contemporary English Literature
Corpus Linguistics
Creative Fields
Development Economics
Directing and Dramaturgy
Disability, Inclusion and Special Needs
Discourse,Culture and Communication
Early Modern English Literature, Including Shakespeare
Economic Competitiveness and International Business
Economic Policy
Economic Policy and International Business
Education and Social Justice
Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electronic Scholarly Editing
English Language and Applied Linguistics
English Literature
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
European MBA
European Research
Evangelical and Charismatic Studies
Film and Television
Gender Studies
Geography,Earth and Environmental Sciences
German Studies
Global Ethics
Graduate Diplomain Business Administration
Health Care Policy and Management
Health and Populationsciences
Health Services Management
History Of Art
History Of Christianity
Human Resources and Development Management
Human Resource Management
Human Rights and Human Values
Immunity and Infection
Inter-Religious Relations
International Accounting and Finance
International Business
International Development
International Development
International Economics
International Marketing
International Money and Banking
Islamic Studies
Language, Discourse and Society
Leadership and Management For Social Care
Leadership For Health Services Improvement
Leading Public Service Change and Organisational Development
Literary Linguistics
Literature and Culture
Literature and Film
Local Government and Public Policy
Local Government Studies
Managing Partnerships In Health and Social Care
Marketing Communications
Mathematical Finance
MBA Corporate Governance and Responsibility
MBA Global Banking and Finance
MBA International Business
MBA Strategy and Procurement Management
Mechanical Engineering
Medieval English Literature
Metallurgy and Materials
Modern English Language,Corpus Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Modern Languages
Money, Banking and Finance
New Migration and Social Policy
Pentecostal and Charismaticstudies
Philosophy of Health and Happiness
Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
Philosophy of Mind and Cognitivescience
Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
Physics and Astronomy
Policy Into Practice
Political Science and International Studies
Practical Theology Doctorate
Practice-Based Research In Drama
Professional Education
Public Economic Management and Finance
Public Service Commissioning
Quaker Studies
Religion and Culture
Russian and East European Studies
Shakespeare and Theatre
Shakespeare In Education
Shakespeare Studies
Sikh Studies
Social Policy
Social Research (Social Work and Professional Practice)
Social Work
Sport and Exercisesciences
Sport Pedagogy
Strategic Marketing and Consulting
Theatre and Performance History
Theology and Religion (Asian Religion Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Biblical Studies Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Contemporary Religion and Society Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Intercultural and Practical Theology Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Islam and Christian–Muslimrelations Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Jewish and Holocaust Studies Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Modern Theology Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Philosophy of Religion Specialism)
Theology and Religion (Quaker Studies Specialism)
Theology and Religion (South Asian Religion Specialism)
Transatlantic Studies
Translation Studies
West African Studies