Birmingham Business School is part of the University of Birmingham and has been teaching business since 1902 via the Faculty of Commerce, making it the oldest business school in the UK. It holds triple accreditation from the AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, and is consistently ranked in the top 100 business schools in the world.
Birmingham Business School also offers master's in management, marketing, finance, as well as advanced engineering management and a wide range of specialisations to choose among them.
Birmingham Business School is globally renowned for the quality of its research and teaching, with programmes currently taught in Birmingham, Dubai and Singapore, attracting students from 106 countries. With an international faculty conducting research all over the world, and a global alumni community of around 44,000 graduates, the School have a global footprint that ensures worldwide impact.
The International Students Advisory Service provides trained and dedicated advisers for international students who have queries relating to immigration, working in the UK, healthcare, finance, personal and academic support. All services are free of charge.
International students are guaranteed a place in University of Birmingham accommodation for at least their first year of study. It may be possible for students to stay in University of Birmingham accommodation for the whole of their time in the UK if they wish.
Birmingham is a major European city, and home to some spectacular Victorian and contemporary architecture as well as venues for art, music, theatre and sport, excellent nightlife, great shopping and eating, including the world famous Bullring Centre. The city also benefits from being surrounded by beautiful countryside.
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