Birmingham is known as the second-largest city of the United Kingdom.
It is also known as the commercial hub of the UK.
Besides having recreational places, Birmingham is home to 5 best universities out of which 2 are in top 500.
Here are the top three institutes one can choose for abroad study.
- University of Birmingham:
It is a public research-based university, established in 1825. It is counted amongst the nine civic universities and also known as the red brick university. The university has currently 35,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Due to great number of students, it is the 4th population-wise largest university in the UK. University of Birmingham has 3 major campuses in different areas of Birmingham. It provides 9 major faculties which further have 79 specialties for undergraduate, masters and postgraduate disciplines. According to QS world best university rankings, the university ranks on 79. While in SCImago Institutions Rankings, the university is on rank 137th. Times Higher Education placed the university on number 14 among the best universities in the UK.
- Aston University:
Aston was founded in 1895 and is the first college in the UK of advanced technology. It is a public research university and has one main campus in Aston. The campus is huge and has almost 20 buildings with 8 sports grounds. Aston has the biggest library containing almost 300,000 books. There are 6 major faculties offered by the university. It has the best world-class faculty and is ranked for the best teaching staff in the UK. The institute lies on 381 number in the list of QS world best universities rankings. Whereas the academic ranking of the university is in between 400-450.
- Newman University:
Newman University is a research-based university that offers multiple discipline courses and degrees besides offering bachelors, masters and postgraduate degrees. The campus is fully facilitated with laboratories, research centers, libraries and art galleries. The university offers 8 major faculties for undergraduate, masters and postgraduate students. It comes on rank 101 by Guardian and was listed in Times Higher Education on 121.