Aston University’s close and established links with business, the public sector and the professions ensure that our career-focussed degree programmes are inspiring, challenging and constantly updated to equip students with essential work-related skills and experiences.
Our self-contained campus in the heart of Birmingham has accommodation, teaching spaces, shops, cafes and more on a single site, just minutes away from vibrant nightlife, entertainment and shopping venues.
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Whether you're taking your first step with an undergraduate degree or levelling up your career with a masters or MBA, the best way to see everything we have to offer is at an Aston University Open Day.
It's your chance to explore our city-centre campus, see our facilities and meet lecturers, students and admissions staff.
Student Life in Birmingham
Our campus is ideally located in the heart of Birmingham, a city full of energy, enthusiasm and excitement. It’s the youngest major city in Europe and a great place to live, work and study.
With over 200 shops across the Bullring and Grand Central, Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise. It’s also a leading UK city of music with a vibrant nightlife and many bars, clubs and pubs. From the international street food of the Digbeth Dining Club to the Michelin-starred restaurants of the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham lets you eat your way around the world, taking in the Chinese quarter and the Balti Triangle.
The Aston University campus is located on a green, 60-acre, self-contained site in the centre of Birmingham, within 10-minute walk of the main shopping, business and entertainment areas of the city.
If you’re planning on travelling by train, timetable information is available from National Rail. The nearest stations are 10-15 minutes away from campus: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill, Moor Street.
We have two car parks for visitors on campus:
Car park 5: Holt Street, B7 4BH - £5.50 per visit (6am to 10pm)
Car park 6: Coleshill Street, B7 4EJ (evenings and weekends only)
We recommend you visit JustPark, where you can find the nearest available parking, get costs, reserve spaces (where applicable) and pay online.
If you’re seeking to deepen your understanding of human biology, diseases, infections and the diagnostic tools and treatments we need to treat them, study Biomedical Science at Aston University.
Develop a breadth of business knowledge including the functions of management and science of decision-making. Whether you want a career at the forefront of a global operation, start-up or not-for-profit organisation, this degree could be for you.
The Computer Science course here at Aston University will provide you with the professional and technical skills you need to design and deliver the next generation of high-quality software.
On this popular degree course at Aston University, you’ll get to study both politics and international relations, two closely related disciplines, preparing you for an exciting career in the global environment.
Other contact details
Main Switchboard: +44 (0)121 204 3000
Fax: +44 (0)121 204 3696
Address: Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET
Contact us page: https://www2.aston.ac.uk/study/contact