Considering leaving a gift in your will is one of the most thoughtful things you can do.

Turn your lifelong passions into opportunities for the next generation 

If you have fond memories of your time at Birmingham, leaving a gift in your will can recognise the role the University has played in your life, change the world for the next generation and give others the chance to follow in your footsteps.

It’s a simple yet powerful way to transform the lives of young people and help researchers change the world we live in.

You can dedicate your gift to whatever you care the most about; students or research, your school or department, the University mission or the heritage organisations on campus.

Whatever your passion, we can help you create a lasting legacy that embodies your personality. We’ll also invite you to join the Rowbotham Fellowship, where you can meet fellow supporters whose foresight and thoughtfulness matches your own.

Emma-webA scholarship is changing Emma's life

'Without the support of donors to the scholarship, I highly doubt I would be where I am today. It's had a massive impact not just on my career but on my life in general and I cannot say thank you enough. I want to encourage students in a way I was encouraged when I was younger and help them give the confidence to know that they can attend the University of Birmingham.'

Leonard-Liebling-webLeonard is helping nursing and pharmacy students

Dr Leonard Irving Liebling left a gift in his will to encourage students to become outstanding healthcare professionals. His children Alison, Helen and Jon are so proud, saying: 'The named prize means the world to us.'

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