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Situated in the heart of the UK’s second-largest city, University College Birmingham has been providing award-winning, career-focused education and training for individuals with the “ambition and commitment to succeed” in some form for nearly 150 years. It’s also a diverse, multicultural university that welcomes over 7,500 students from 65 countries each year.
University College Birmingham is renowned for its vocational courses which are led by award-winning lecturers and have a focus on connecting students to the real world of work. The university is recognised by the government and many industry organisations as a centre for vocational excellence in several subject areas. It is also known for its unrivalled placement opportunities and works with over 1,000 employers across the UK and around the world to provide students with a springboard to a successful career.
University College Birmingham offers a range of higher and further education level courses, including postgraduate certificates and master’s degrees, through their two schools:
School of Business, Tourism and Creative Industries (comprising Business, Marketing and Finance, Hospitality and Tourism and Creative Services)
School of Health, Sport and Food (comprising Sport and Nutrition, Education, Social Care, Health and Birmingham College of Food)
Most courses are accredited by the University of Birmingham, which is one of the world’s best universities and part of the prestigious ‘Russell Group’.
The university has invested over £130 million into expanding its campus to enhance the student experience, equipping it with world-class facilities for students to hone their industry skills.
University College Birmingham is an award-winning 21st-century university, which offers career-focused higher education to those who are committed to succeed. It is recognised as a centre of excellence in subjects such as business, tourism, food, creative arts, education, health, sport and hospitality.