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[DAISY HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] I chose to study Physics at the University of Birmingham because it's one of the top universities in the UK and it's at the forefront of lots of world leading research projects that students can witness first-hand.
[LUKE HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] What I love about Birmingham is the availability of the lecturers, they're always willing to answer your questions, whether that's through emails or during drop-in sessions.
[ANWESHA HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] I chose to study Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology at UoB because of our robust research in experimental particle physics and our engagement with CERN. All of our teaching staff are incredibly supportive and easy to approach.
[ALEX HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] One of the reasons I love Physics at the University of Birmingham is the huge variety of things you might do in just one week.
Last week I was looking at the nuclear decay of radioactive isotopes in nuclear laboratory, I was learning about the life cycle of stars and fission and fusion reactors from the very best in the industry.
[LAURA HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] So I chose Physics at Birmingham because of the range of optional modules available.
So the course at Birmingham is structured so that in the first two years you study core Physics, like thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, and then in years three and four there's a really long list of optional modules that you can pick from.
[LUKE HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] Another really cool thing is we have student reps in each year and they feed back our opinions directly to the School so that they can implement changes that help us.
[JEREMY HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] One of the main reasons I decided to study at the University of Birmingham was because when I visited the campus, I felt a real sense of community between the staff and students - particularly the Physics department.
[DAISY HEADSHOT TALKING TO CAMERA FROM REMOTE LOCATION] It's also really central, the city centre's only a five minute train ride away, and there are loads of things you can do. There are hundreds of shops and restaurants on top of the ones in the Bullring shopping centre.
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