College of Arts and Law - International Students

With over 5,000 international students from more than 150 countries, and 31% of our academic staff from overseas, our campus is truly a diverse and global place which attracts the brightest and best international students and staff.

The College of Arts and Law is no exception, offering a friendly community which welcomes students from a variety of countries all across the world. Below is a selection of videos featuring our talented international students who speak about their experience studying at the University of Birmingham.

Eve Brogan - USA 

Eve from the USA talks about her love of archery and medieval manuscripts, and her reasons for choosing the University of Birmingham for studying the BA History degree programme.

Chencheng Xu - China

Chencheng explains why he chose to study BA Philosophy at the University of Birmingham. He discusses his involvement in the Japanese Society and the memorable experience of seeing snow for the first time.

Jessie Fok - Hong Kong 

Jessie Fok from Hong Kong talks about her love of poetry and Shakespeare, as well as her reasons for choosing the University of Birmingham for studying the BA English degree programme

Usha Aron - India

Usha Aron from India talks about her reasons for choosing the University of Birmingham and her experience of studying the BMus Music degree programme.

Tatiana Isaeva - Russia

Tatiana from Russia talks about her love for art and her reasons for choosing the University of Birmingham for studying History of Art.

Carola Sabbadini - Italy

Carola Sabbadini from Italy talks about her future career plans and why she chose to study Modern Languages at Birmingham.

Law Students - My Favourite Thing

Law students at the University of Birmingham talk – joining us from Canada, Singapore, China and the UK – talk about their favourite aspects of the course and the university. 

 

More information

You can read more about our international student community on our international webpages.

For more information on studying opportunities in the College of Arts and Law, both undergraduate and postgraduate, you can visit our College homepage.

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