University of Birmingham guide
Slap bang in the middle of the UK is the University of Birmingham, a prestigious institution established in 1900.
Situated on two campuses in the suburbs of Selly Oak and Edgbaston, on the outskirts of one of the UK’s most vibrant cities, this university is littered with red brick Victorian buildings and leafy green spaces.
One of the most acclaimed universities in England, the University of Birmingham offers a wide range of courses and welcomes around 26,000 students through its doors every year. It’s so popular that it’s the only university in the UK to have its own railway station!
Other unique things to see at the University of Birmingham include a botanic garden, the tallest freestanding clock tower in the world and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts which is home to artwork by the likes of Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet.
17th (Complete University Guide 2014)
15th (The Guardian’s University Guide 2014)
Undergraduate degrees are £9,000 per year for UK/EU students, while fees for international students range from £12,140 to £28,100.
Established: 1900 (medical school established 1825)
UCAS Code: B32
A range of open days take place throughout the year. For 2015 entry, the upcoming pre-applicant open days at the University of Birmingham are on:
Fri 27 June 2014
Sat 28 June 2014
Sat 13 September 2014
Sat 18 October 2014
If you have applied to the university you may also get invited to an applicant open day which usually happen between January and April.
How to find it:
Address: The University of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT
Telephone 0121 414 3344
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