Founded in 1895 and a University since 1966, Aston is a long established research-led University known for its world-class teaching quality and strong links to industry, government and commerce. Professor Dame Julia King became Vice-Chancellor of the University in 2006.
Aston has been a leading university for graduate employment success for over 25 years. The University is currently ranked 8th overall for graduate employment putting even the likes of Oxford in the shade (2013 Sunday Times University Guide). The University is consistently ranked in the UK’s top 40 universities confirming our place amongst the elite.
Aston’s four Schools of Study offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, and also work with the public and private sectors to develop tailored Foundation Degree programmes.
The university offer full time programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in an array of subject areas including:
- Accounting, Biology, Biomedical Science, Business
- Chemical Engineering, Communications, Computing
- Design, Economics, EEE, Politics, Finance, Health Care
- International Relations, Languages, Law, Marketing
- Microbiology, Optometry, Product Design, Psychology
- Sociology, Transport Management
This institution also offer PHD’s, though please contact NAS Education to discuss your requirements. Please have a drafted proposal to hand when calling.
There are an array of scholarships available to students who fulfill a certain criteria set-out by various scholarship funds, but it can be so confusing? Which is the best one to apply for? .
Scholarships can be provided by various sources including:
- Local Governments
- Foreign Governments
- Other Private Funds.
To find out more information about the best scholarship for you, please contact us for up to date information. In the interim we have provided you with scholarship links for your perusal.
The nearest airport to the main campus is Birmingham International Airport.
The main industries according to Wikipedia are:
- Automobile Manufacturing
- Public Administration
- Chocolate Making
RANDOM FACT: Birmingham is home to Cadbury’s Chocolate. George and his brother Richard Cadbury moved their successful chocolate manufacturing business from Bull Street, Birmingham to Bournville in 1879.
The best way to reach out to any institution is through social media by contacting current students and alumni. Whilst NAS Education are more than happy to introduce you to other students that have applied from Malaysia, we have collated these links to help you along.