UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

ADVANTAGE BIRMINGHAM

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Founded in 1900, Birmingham represented a new model for higher education. The University of Birmingham was established by Queen Victoria by Royal Charter in 1900 and was the UK’s first civic or ‘redbrick’ university. This was England’s first civic university, where students from all religions and backgrounds were accepted on an equal basis

It was a founder member of the National Union of Students and the first university in the country to:

  • Build on a campus model – occupying a 276-acre green parkland around the University.
  • Create a purpose-built students’ union building
  • Incorporate a Medical School – now part of our College of Medical and Dental Sciences
  • Open a Faculty of Commerce – which makes our Business School the longest established in the country
  • Provide a women’s hall of residence – far-sighted in the early 1900’s; Birmingham continues to welcome students from all backgrounds, nations and religions
  • Offer a sporting option for all students – sport and sporting excellence, along with music, are the cornerstones of Birmingham’s cultural life

Birmingham is constantly developing and evolving in its desire to become a leading global university. This is being achieved through our enhanced research power and reach; the distinctiveness of our exceptional student experience; the breadth and depth of our academic portfolio; our size and the extent of our global networks.

Birmingham is constantly developing and evolving in its desire to become a leading global university. This is being achieved through our enhanced research power and reach; the distinctiveness of our exceptional student experience; the breadth and depth of our academic portfolio; our size and the extent of our global networks.

The world class research and facilities at Birmingham University facilitated the work of 8 Nobel Prize Winners. University is proud of their achievements and the global impact of their research.

Birmingham was named University of the Year 2014 in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide in October 2013. Outstanding performance across the league tables and Birmingham’s bold and sector-leading initiatives were recognized by this prestigious accolade.

Undergraduate Program

India

  • Academic Requirement
    • Standard XII from CBSE/ICSE / West Bengal State Board: 75% min
  • English Language Requirement
    • IELTS: 6.0—7.0

U.A.E.

  • Academic Requirement
    • A Level Examination/ IB Board
    • A Level Examination/ IB Board
  • English Language Requirement
    • IELTS-6.0-7.0

EGYPT

  • Academic Requirement
    • A levels
    • IB Diploma
    • Average of 85% in the Thanawiyan + Recognized Foundation Program
    • Holders of a bachelor degree from a recognized university with a 60-74% will be considered for entry to pre-masters programmes.
  • English Requirement
    • IELTS-6.0-7.0

Postgraduate Program

India

  • Academic Requirement
    • A First Class Three Year Bachelors degree from a recognized Institution
  • English Language Requirement
    • IELTS: 6.0-7.0

U.A.E.

  • Holders of a good honors degree, or equivalent, in a relevant subject and from a recognized university
  • IELTS- 6.0-7.0

EGYPT

  • Holders of a good honors degree, or equivalent, in a relevant subject and from a recognized university
  • IELTS- 6.0-7.0

Foundation Program

U.A.E.

  • Students who have followed a 12 year education system in the U.A.E. require finishing a Foundation Year in the university to qualify for the 1st year Undergraduate Program.
  • IELTS- 5.5-6.0

EGYPT

  • Academic Requirement
    • Average of 85% in the Thanawiyan, to include 85% in Maths for our
    • Engineering and Physical Sciences pathway.
  • English Requirement
    • 5.5 -6.0

The entry requirement will vary as per course specification. The above mentioned is only a guide, please refer to the university website www.bham.ac.uk for complete details for specific course.

TUITION FEES AT BIRMINGHAM (2017-18)

  • Foundation Programme
  • £15,210

Undergraduate program

  • Clinical Course
  • £35,640
  • Laboratory Based Course
  • £19,710
  • Classroom Base
  • £15,210

Postgraduate Taught Program

  • Laboratory Based Course
  • £19,890
  • Geography & Environment Science
  • £17,820
  • Classroom Based
  • £15,660

NOTE: The tuition fees are indicative. Check the university website www.bham.ac.uk for complete details.

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