University of Birmingham
Birmingham was one of the major cities of the Industrial Revolution and today is the second largest city in the UK, with a population of over a million. The university, which is ranked by QS (2013) among the top 75 in the world, has 26,000 students (including 8,000 postgraduates) and is therefore ideal for those who want a lively social life in an urban centre away from London.
Birmingham University was founded in 1900 and has produced eight Nobel Prize winners and two British Prime Ministers and has a particularly strong reputation in science, engineering, computing, commerce and political science.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £12,100 – £16,000
Postgraduate: From £12,100 – £16,700