With more than 7,500 students, University College Birmingham today is unrecognisable from the small Victorian classes where it all started.
Based in the heart of the UK’s second biggest city, University College Birmingham is highly respected by employers and industry for providing career-focused education and training.
We specialise in vocational courses in both the higher education and further education sectors and continue to grow our portfolio of apprenticeships.
Less than an hour-and-a-half from London with major rail and bus stations just minutes from our campuses, Birmingham is a buzzing city where nearly 40% of the population is under the age of 25.
A rapidly growing business centre with outstanding connections throughout the country, there is no shortage of nightlife, restaurants, bars and coffee shops, cultural attractions, parks and entertainment right on your doorstep.
Language(s) of Instruction: Language certificate necessary: TOEFL/IELTS
Semester Dates: Winter Term: September - January / Summer Term: Februray - June
Course Offerings: https://www.ucb.ac.uk/international-students/student-exchange-programmes/incoming-exchange-students-and-staff/ -- Modules
Costs: There are no additional tuition costs for studying at University College in Birmingham. Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.
Exchange Places: 2
Students with Disabilities: At University College Birmingham, we are committed to ensuring every student has an equal and outstanding learning experience. We welcome everyone regardless of physical disability, medical conditions or other specific special needs. https://www.ucb.ac.uk/student-support/disability-support/
Estimated CO₂ emissions for round-trip plane travel from Frankfurt Airport
Number of trees that must be planted to cancel out this CO₂ emission
Heilbronn University is committed to the continuous improvement of environmental performance as a component of sustainable development. For the university, protecting the environment means avoiding risks to people and the environment, continuously reducing resource and energy consumption and minimizing emissions and waste, so that the university makes its contribution to sustainable development.
Learn more about how you can lessen the environmental affects of studying abroad here.