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University of Birmingham

A prestigious Russell Group member and world top 100 university (QS World University Rankings 2024), the University of Birmingham has a strong reputation for research excellence and is home to an impressive 10 Nobel Prize winners.

Learn from the best while studying at this historic, diverse and vibrant campus – where you’ll receive a high level of support from day one.

The best part? INTO London will help you get there. The University of Birmingham guarantees conditional offers for INTO London students*.

Why choose the University of Birmingham?

  • Top performing – the university boasts high-ranking academic subjects included in the world top 150 (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024), including civil, chemical, mechanical and mineral engineering and materials science.

  • Dedicated support – from the university throughout your studies, from wellbeing concerns to boosting your career with employability resources and exclusive internships.

  • Culturally diverse campus – home to a global community of 10,000+ international students from over 150 countries, ensuring you’ll feel welcome.

  • Affordable living costs – located in the UK’s second city with an affordable cost of living, you can make your money go further and enjoy student life to the full.

University of Birmingham’s top subject areas

Top subject facilities

The University of Birmingham is equipped with cutting-edge facilities to help students gain future-ready practical skills.

State-of-the-art facilities include flight simulators and wind tunnels. Students also gain practical flying experience as part of their degree.

Study new areas of science relating to biology such as bioinformatics as part of your degree supported by high-technology facilities for research in genomics, structural biology and optical imaging.

A newly refurbished School of Engineering building with a 179-capacity Design Centre and a basement that houses a full-size set of railway points, a pantograph test rig and a test track for the scaled hydrogen-powered train.

Equipped with facilities and various special device to meet the technological challenges of the 21st century such as autonomous and electric vehicles, renewable energy, remote sensing, big data analytics, human-machine interactions, mechatronics, robotics and more.

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