Overseas offices

As part of our international strategy, the University has established a regional presence in Brussels, India, China, Brazil and Nigeria to maintain partnerships with local providers, continue our relationships with our alumni in their own country, further consolidate research collaboration, and provide local services to those students who apply to study at Birmingham.

Brussels

Our Brussels Office facilitates and feeds into European policy debates and the development of Programmes. 

22-28 Avenue d’Auderghem/Oudergemselaan
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Email: Sophie Lainé (Brussels) or Xavier Rodde (Birmingham) at europe@lists.bham.ac.uk

India

Our office in New Delhi, India, was officially launched by the Vice-Chancellor Professor David Eastwood, in August 2009.

University of Birmingham India Office
1007 Merchantile House
15 Kasturba Ganghi Marg
New Delhi 110001
India
Tel: +91 11 2370 6237/38
Fax: +91 11 2370 6243

China

Guangzhou Centre

University of Birmingham
Guangzhou Centre
Yinglong Plaza,
Room 714, No.76, Fuli Yinglong,
Huangpu Avenue West,
Tianhe District,
Guangzhou,
China
510623
Tel: +86 20 3888 0707 

Shanghai

Our representative office in Shanghai, China, is currently operating within the China Britain Business Council premises.

University of Birmingham (China Office)
Room 1701
Westgate Tower 1038
Nanjing Road West
Shanghai
China 200040
Tel: +86 21 6218 5183 
Email: m.zong@bham.ac.uk  

Brazil

Our representative in Brazil is concerned with building institutional partnerships. For recruitment information please see our Brazil students page

Patricia Borsa
Tel: +55 47 3026 3562
Email: p.borsa@bham.ac.uk  

Nigeria

Our representative in Nigeria is concerned with student recruitment. For international partnerships please contact us

Ajiduah Enweazu (‘AJ’)
UKEAS Nigeria, 76 Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lagos
Tel: +234 1 8427256
Mobile: +234 815 8868617
Email: birmingham@ukeas.com.ng  

 

Did you know?

Our Brussels office is the first UK University dedicated presence in the political centre of the European Union.