The School offers three programmes of study at undergraduate degree level and one University Certificate distance learning programme.
For more information on our undergraduate programmes download the BA (Hons) degree programmes (PDF, 1.21MB) brochure or visit the individual course pages below. Watch the video to find out more about the campus, the university and the city of Birmingham.
Birmingham International Academy
Our Foundation Pathways at the University of Birmingham combine the highest standards of one of Britain’s leading global universities with a fully integrated student experience. Designed for international students who require a preparatory year prior to UK undergraduate study, the foundation programme is equivalent in learning to year 13 of the UK education system.
Find out more, on the Birmingham International Academy webpages.
The BA (Hons) Education degree is interdisciplinary and combines ideas and research from areas such as education, psychology, sociology, philosophy, social policy and history. It is designed for both UK/EU and international students who have career aspirations and/or academic interests in the fields of childhood and education. In the second year, you will have the option to study overseas at one of our partner institutions for the first term.
In the 2016 National Student Survey the course scored 96% for overall satisfaction.
The Joint BA (Hons) Education and History degree course at Birmingham provides you with the opportunity to study Education and History in equal proportions to Honours degree level.You will have the opportunity to combine the study of the human past in one or both of the modern and medieval periods with the study of educational practices, processes and applications in a range of contexts and settings.
The Joint BA (Hons) Education and Sociology degree at Birmingham provides you with an opportunity to study Education and Sociology in equal proportions to Honours degree level. Students will combine the study of key issues facing contemporary societies; including globalization; the changing nature of work and the family; gender roles and multiculturalism; with the study of educational practices; processes and applications in a range of contexts and settings.
This distance learning programme is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the autism spectrum. It will be of particular interest to those working with children and adults on the autism spectrum, including Asperger syndrome.
For general undergraduate enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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