Continue your studies in the UK and graduate from the University of Birmingham

Are you an undergraduate or masters student studying at one of our partner universities overseas? You may be eligible to join a degree programme here as a  2nd or 3rd year undergraduate or as a Masters student, depending on the arrangement the University of Birmingham has with your home institution. This means that after beginning your degree in our partner university, you can continue your studies here and graduate with a degree from the University of Birmingham.

Discover more about the University of Birmingham. Register now for our next virtual online open day, which is being held on Monday 12 December, 2016 ❯

The open day is an opportunity to find out what it’s like to live and learn in Birmingham and to hear from our current students and teaching staff. There will also be a live Q&A for any specific questions about applying to Birmingham. 

Choose the University of Birmingham

 Founded in 1900, England's first civic university
In the top 100 for QS World University Rankings 
✓ Ranked 15th amongst UK universities
✓ A member of the Russell Group
 Study alongside students from the UK and 150 other countries
 University of the Year 2016 for Graduate Employment
✓ 11 Alumni and staff have been awarded a Nobel Prize

Be part of a truly global university

We have been welcoming international students onto our campus since our inception in 1900 and with over 5,000 international students from over 150 different countries, we have one of the largest and most vibrant international student communities in the UK.

How to apply

If you’re considering joining one of our degree programmes, we recommend that you sign up to our virtual open day and also talk to your tutor or International Office at your home university. They will be able to advise you on how to apply to the University of Birmingham. Check the section below ‘Your country information’ where you can check if there is a partner agreement with your home institution. 

Experience Birmingham, Europe’s youngest city

An incredibly vibrant and exciting place to study, the city of Birmingham is the UK’s second largest and Europe’s youngest.