We’re building partnerships with leading Indian institutions to provide quality education to students.

Our focus on collaborative education is providing more innovative ways for Indian students to study in an international environment. We’re working together with our partners to provide new opportunities for students to help them work towards their goals.

UBII-BISS Students from Chitkara University, India

Birmingham International Summer School

‘It was a memorable experience. It was great fun to experience a comfortable new culture, meeting new people who were very warm and friendly, understanding a different way of living. It was an awesome experience.’
Kanika Sehgal, Chitkara University, India

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UBII - Indian Sports coaches return to Birmingham

Sports education development with the SAI

Our ongoing partnership with the Sports Authority of India (SAI) is helping to develop education programmes which can be used by coaches, sport scientists and PE teachers across India. Indian sports coaches have visited the University to meet the Consul General and learn more about how the latest research and training techniques can help boost athletes’ performance.

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English language course for future engineers

The University is offering engineering students around the globe the opportunity to improve their technical English language skills. The free ‘Electrical Engineering: Sensing, Powering and Controlling’ course is based on real first-year modules and is aimed at direct entry students planning to study engineering.

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UBII - Newton Bhaba Placement programme at the University of Birmingham

Newton Bhabha placement programme

“I have received excellent pastoral and research support at the University. The facilities and infrastructure at the School of Biosciences were made open and accessible to me right from the start, the faculty have been welcoming and helpful with experiments. I like the fact that no matter what kind of research problem one encounters, there is always a scientist here with the relevant experience who can help.”
Vignesh Nayaran, PhD student, Indian Institute of Science

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UBII - IIT Bombay Student Placement-2

School of Chemistry summer research programme

“The program has been a very good learning experience for me, and gave me exposure to different fields of ongoing research in soft matter. I would continue to work on this project even after I go back to India, and this is also going to be a part of my PhD thesis.”
Nairhita Samanta, PhD student, IIT Bombay

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Internship in the India Office in New Delhi

The University of Birmingham India Office in New Delhi welcomed Tola Adesola for a four-week internship where she completed a research project, immersed herself in Indian culture and met alumnus and Secretary General of FICCI Dr A Didar Singh.

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