14

CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

75%

NSS Student Satisfaction 2022/2023 score

77%

Graduate prospects outcomes (CUG UK)

The University of Birmingham was established in 1825 and was the first Russell Group university to receive a royal charter. As a member of the coveted Russell Group, the University of Birmingham is a prestigious university and considered a top representative of British education. As would be expected from such a high ranking institution, the university has produced many notable alumni including two UK prime ministers - Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin.

Achieving great things at the heart of the UK.

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A cosmopolitan Russell Group uni

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Achieving great things at the heart of the UK.

A cosmopolitan Russell Group uni

https://stories.springpod.com/stories/welcome-to-birmingham

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The university

The University of Birmingham was established in 1825 and was the first Russell Group university to receive a royal charter. As a member of the coveted Russell Group, the University of Birmingham is a prestigious university and considered a top representative of British education. As would be expected from such a high ranking institution, the university has produced many notable alumni including two UK prime ministers - Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin.

What students think

As a Russell Group university, Birmingham is an attractive option for every high performing student with big ambitions. Particularly noteworthy is its art and literature facilities with the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (if you want to see a real life Van Gogh, Picasso and Monet!) and the Shakespeare Institute as two standout examples alongside the incredible Cadbury Research Library - a facility that houses over 200,000 of the rarest historic books and over 4 million manuscripts from across the world. The CRL is open to the public as well as students and academics.

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The university

The University of Birmingham was established in 1825 and was the first Russell Group university to receive a royal charter. As a member of the coveted Russell Group, the University of Birmingham is a prestigious university and considered a top representative of British education. As would be expected from such a high ranking institution, the university has produced many notable alumni including two UK prime ministers - Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin.

What students think

As a Russell Group university, Birmingham is an attractive option for every high performing student with big ambitions. Particularly noteworthy is its art and literature facilities with the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (if you want to see a real life Van Gogh, Picasso and Monet!) and the Shakespeare Institute as two standout examples alongside the incredible Cadbury Research Library - a facility that houses over 200,000 of the rarest historic books and over 4 million manuscripts from across the world. The CRL is open to the public as well as students and academics.

As a Russell Group university, Birmingham is an attractive option for every high performing student with big ambitions. Particularly noteworthy is its art and literature facilities with the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (if you want to see a real life Van Gogh, Picasso and Monet!) and the Shakespeare Institute as two standout examples alongside the incredible Cadbury Research Library - a facility that houses over 200,000 of the rarest historic books and over 4 million manuscripts from across the world. The CRL is open to the public as well as students and academics.

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