Birmingham City University
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
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- A place in halls is guaranteed if students have accepted a firm offer, live more than ten miles from their place of study and apply before the deadline. Living in halls is a great way to meet new friends, and rooms are available at a range of prices to suit everyone.
- Over 2,000 well-equipped rooms are available in one university-managed hall of residence, as well as at a number of partner provider halls within the city.
- Every student room in halls has Internet access and Wi-Fi.
- Please refer to the university website for details.
|Self-Catered||from £118 to £150 per week|
- City Population: 1,073,000
- Student Population: 65,000
- The UK's second largest city, Birmingham is also a major student centre with five universities and housing over 65,000 students.
- Massive investment and cultural transformation has rejuvenated the cityscape and reinforced Birmingham's status as a major European city.
Culture and Nightlife
- Birmingham has a lively nightlife with bars, music venues and restaurants dotted throughout the city.
- Birmingham is also well known for its theatres, galleries and live music venues. The Hippodrome houses the Birmingham Royal Ballet, while Symphony Hall is the home of the world-class City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO). Contemporary art can be found at the Waterhall Gallery of Modern Art and the Ikon Gallery. The Barclaycard Arena hosts a number of live music events every year.
- The Digbeth area (five minutes' walk from the City Centre Campus) has a strong live music, clubbing and street food scene.
- Birmingham's location in the Midlands means it is at the centre of the UK motorway system and enjoys great connections to the whole of the UK.
- Rail links are excellent, with three major stations in the city centre. A journey to London takes as little as one hour 24 minutes.
- Birmingham Airport, eight miles from the city centre, is a major hub with destinations throughout the UK, Europe, North America and Asia.
- Local transport is provided by an extensive network of buses, trains and trams, with the latter having recently undergone a £127-million extension.