The city of Birmingham
Birmingham is England’s second largest city with a proud history of business innovation, a vibrant cultural scene and a global profile.
It is one of the youngest cities in Europe with 40 per cent of the population aged under 25.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the city is home to 70,000 students who are drawn to Birmingham’s world-class facilities and a cost of living that is up to 55 per cent below London.
UCB is Birmingham’s most centrally located university and its student accommodation is at the heart of the city. It is close to both the bustling central business district – home to trendy bars, cafés and award-winning restaurants – as well as the historic Jewellery Quarter, responsible for almost half of the UK’s jewellery production.
UCB (University College Birmingham – www.ucb.ac.uk) warmly welcome applications from international students and if you come to University College Birmingham, you will be one of over 1100 students from 65 countries.
UCB have welcomed international students for over 20 years and you can be reassured that whilst away from home you will get the support you need for your studies and personal welfare.
UCB offer degrees in:
Hospiality Management; Tourism Management; Adventure Tourism; Events Management; Aviation & Airport Management; Heritage Management; Sports Management; Sports Therapy; Exercise, Health & Fitness Studies;
Culinary Arts Management; Food & Consumer Management; Food & Beverage Management;
Business Enterprise; Marketing Management; Marketing with Events Management;
Childcare Studies; Health & Social Care;
Here is a full list of all the degrees you can study at UCB: