With figures in the DLHE survey 2011/12 showing that 90 per cent of undergraduates were either in employment or further study within six months of graduating, Birmingham City University has a reputation for providing high quality education in a professional and friendly environment with a focus on practical skills.
Our reputation, innovative teaching and state-of-the-art facilities – including industry-standard TV studios and mock hospital wards, courtrooms and classrooms, make Birmingham City University an attractive place to study.
Around 22,000 students from over 80 countries study at Birmingham City University and we make sure that they are at the heart of everything we do. One of the three long-standing universities in Birmingham, we are investing £238 million in our facilities, including our new City Centre Campus at Birmingham’s flourishing Millennium Point. We have a long history of close links with Britain’s vibrant second city, collaborating with business, industry and the creative services, and our contribution to the region is reflected in the £270 million we put into the local economy, supporting thousands of jobs in the area. We also work with globally recognised names, such as Apple, Cisco and Cartier.
Offering a diverse range of highly respected courses, we are ranked third in the UK for music research (Research Assessment Exercise 2008), eighth for drama and dance and eleventh for media studies (Guardian League Table 2014), while our primary and secondary teacher training is rated as Grade 1 Ofsted ‘Outstanding’.
The university offer full time programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in an array of subject areas including:
- Accounting, Business & Finance, Architecture, Building & Planning, Art and design,
- Communication and Media, Computing & IT, Economics, Engineering,
- Health and Medicine, Law, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Nursing, Pharmacology,
- Theatre & Dramatic Arts, Fashion
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.
According to Wikipedia, industries local to this institution include:
- Automobile Manufacturing
- Public Administration
- Chocolate Making
RANDOM FACT: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, spent his childhood in Sarehole, Birmingham. The tiny village of Sarehole is said to have been the model for the Shire, home of Bilbo in the book The Hobbit.
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.