University of Birmingham
Established in 1900 by Queen Victoria, the University of Birmingham is a forward-thinking institution with national eminence and global reach. From our world-leading research and vibrant international student and staff community to the breadth and depth of our international engagement, Birmingham is a global university in every sense.
As a founding member of the Russell Group and one of the world’s top 100 universities, we are acknowledged for our commitment to providing outstanding teaching, having been awarded a Gold rating by the Teaching Excellence Framework in 2017 and producing some of the most employable graduates in the country. The University of Birmingham was the third most targeted university by top employers in 2018-19 (The Graduate Market in 2019), and ranked 5th by the Complete University Guide for Graduate Prospects, demonstrating our dedication to your future.