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Birmingham City University

2 September 2016, 10:04 am Written by 
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 Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ). Please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  PG (£12,000- £13500), UG (£11,000 - £12500per annum)- Fee is taken approximately. For exact fee information please contact us.

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 55%-60% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS requirement :

PG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( For most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( One CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : £3000 but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application process time :  3-5 week for high-risk country students , 2-3 week for the low-risk country student.For UG program student can make a direct application .

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarship are available .Please contact us for more information .

University Link :Birmingham City University

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


Birmingham City University  is a newly established British University in the city of  Birmingham, England. The university has three main campuses serving four faculties, and offers courses in art and design, business, the Built environment,computing, education, engineering, English, healthcare, law, the performing arts, social sciences, and technology.

History

The university’s contribution to transforming the prospects of the people of Birmingham and beyond stretches back though a succession of predecessor institutions for over 170 years. The university enjoys historical strengths in the creative and performing arts: the Birmingham Government School of Design – the first college of design outside London –was opened in 1843 and Birmingham School of Music (later Birmingham Conservatoire) in 1886. Both were later incorporated into the university.University status was achieved in 1992, and the new name of Birmingham City University was adopted in 2007, reflecting the university’s commitment to, and pride in, its home city (abbrev. as BCU; and previously Birmingham Polytechnic and the University of Central England in Birmingham)

Location and Transport:


Birmingham City University is having main campus in Eastside, in Birmingham city centre. Other locations are the School of Art, School of Jewellery and (until 2017) Birmingham Conservatoire elsewhere in the city centre; the City South Campus in Edgbaston, home to the University’s health courses and, from 2017, Education, Sport and Life Sciences; and the City North Campus in Perry Barr, home to the School of Education (until 2017).
 Birmingham is located at the heart of the UK's road and rail networks. There are three city centre railway stations, and the city is at the centre of Britain's national coach network, connecting directly with 500 destinations.
 Locally, a network of bus and train services provides easy access around the city, including all of the university’s sites. This is supported by the Midland Metro, a tram/light rail system, which has improved access to the city even further, with more expansion planned.

Why Study Here?

1. Students who decide to come to Birmingham City University can be confident that they will receive a first-class education with a focus on practical skills and professional relevance, giving them excellent prospects for employment and career development.

2. We’ve invested in innovative student support, such as groundbreaking mobile learning and teaching research which brings our courses to life, including the Virtual Case Creator - a pioneering online simulation tool for Health students; the School of Law's Virtual Solicitors' Office; and the School of Education's virtual school. Our online learning site, Moodle, provides 24-hour access to resources and flexible approaches to learning.

3. Although we have a rich heritage, we’re constantly investing in improvements to our facilities, ensuring that you  benefit from a state-of-the-art learning environment. Our £260 million investment programme includes the new state-of-the-art Curzon Building at our  city center campus, a new £57 million home for Birmingham Conservatoire due to open in 2017 and a £41 million investment in our City South Campus.

Student Mix

There were 23335 students  enrolled in the university in last academic year (2014/15).  There were 2100 international student from more than 100 Countries.
The 23,335 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
     82% undergraduate, 16% postgraduate taught, 2% postgraduate research
    79% full-time, 21% part-time
    86% UK, 3% EU, 11% international
   

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