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This university is in an urban city located in Birmingham which is known to be a fast-rising industrialized city with cultural diversification which makes it a suitable city to study and live in.  it is made up of 4 faculties which is known for their state-of-the-art facilities, and which covers varieties of programs at different level and specialisms which include:
- Health, Education and Life Sciences
- Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment
- Business, Law and Social Sciences
- Arts, Design and Media


  • CITY: This university is in Birmingham which is the second largest city in the UK right after London. There are lots of companies whose head offices are in this city making a hot spot for career and full-time employment. The city offers the chance for students to experience life in an exciting, diverse city with world-class restaurants, entertainment, and shops. It is also hugely multicultural and quite diverse in race and provides the perfect home. There are lots of student jobs in this city in retail, healthcare, hospitality, customer service, cleaning, and warehouse. These roles are student friendly, accommodating the 20hr per week work limit.
  • TUITION: The average tuition for postgraduate international students is £15,500 with discounts available. This figure though can change depending on degree and course. Most specialised courses usually have a slightly higher tuition fee than most.
  • STANDARD OF LIVING: The average cost of living in Birmingham is £1000, which is lower still than cost of living in London and its environs. The figure given here is an estimate and might be lower or higher depending on what part of the city you decide to live in and its proximity to the city centre. The average cost of a single room in this city is £450 per calendar month while the average cost of a 2-bedroom house or flat is £700 (this in turn is also dependant on whether it is furnished or unfurnished). With the current world change and rise in Inflation most areas have experienced an increase in price. For example, cost of housing, feeding and most basic amenities like electricity and gas prices have gone up.
  • BRIEF: Many BCU courses offer work placements with leading companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Sony, and Cartier. Working alongside these companies enables the University to provide cutting edge course criteria and give students a unique first-hand insight into some of the largest companies in the world. The City South Campus is home to the Mary Seacole Library, one of the biggest specialist health libraries in the UK. 97% of Birmingham City University students are in employment or further study within six months of graduating, the seventh best in the UK.

Birmingham City University

15 600,00£ Prix original
14 600,00£Prix promotionnel
    The minimum requirement for an international student to be able to gain admission directly is at least a WAEC level Certificate with Grades A1-C6 Plus National Diploma and Ordinary National Diploma with Merit profile/ GPA 2.50.
    Ordinary National Diploma (OND)/Advanced Diploma can be considered for Level 2; Higher National Diploma (HND) for Level 3, Equivalent study from bachelor's degree course can be considered for Level 2 or 3 entry


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