University of Birmingham Reviews

University of Birmingham Reviews

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  • Money is always an issue, specially if you’re going from a country with a lower level of life. The house itslef, even shared with people can go from something such as 280œ to approximately 350œ, depending on the amount of rooms, on the location, conditions, etc. I believe the bigger problem I had was the fact that…
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Accommodation
    • Practicalities
    Just do itPrivate accomodation cheaper then student accomodation but more shabby – infrom you before…
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Academics
    • Accommodation
    • City & Culture
    • Social Life
    Nice party sceneGood universityRelaxed studiesExpensive (student accomodation)…
  • Salah Marhoon reviewed:
    • Academics
    University of Birmingham is ranked as second best university in the United Kingdom in Chemical Engineering according to the Guardian University Guide for 2014. The academic certificate obtained is worldwide recognized. Also, Birmingham is a cheap city in terms of accommodation and other living expenses. It is an…
  • Medicine & Health, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Overall / Other
    • Academics
    • Practicalities
    • Career perspective
    University of Birmingham is a very reputable and one of the best universities in medicine internationally. Besides, it offers myriad different programmes with dynamic and up-to date information and technology. Again, it provides modern medical sciences with superiority and innovation demonstrating convincing ability of…
  • Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Academics
    I believe the teaching structure in Birmingham is a strong system. One of the things I admired the most was the fact that one single module has different lecturers, because each lecturer only speaks about his area of expertise. In the end, you learn a lot, from people who work in the area, therefore who know what they…
  • Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Costs & Funding
    • Accommodation
    Honestly, it’s quite expensive to live in England, specifically in big cities like London or BIrmingham. I was saving money almost two years before to go abroad. My house was close to University, in Selly Oak. I lived there paying a 356 pounds for rent every month, which includes hot water, electricity and gas. I used…
  • Salah Marhoon reviewed:
    • Costs & Funding
    • City & Culture
    The living expenses in Birmingham city is affordable and much less than it is in the capital London. An average of $1360 (around 800 Pounds) monthly is sufficient to afford all the maintenance expenses.
  • Salah Marhoon reviewed:
    • City & Culture
    I would recommend people who have a well-based background in fundamental knowledge of science (mathematics, physics and chemistry). It is very important to enhance someone’s self communication and writing skills as good marks are attained for fluent written English and well-structured reports. Hardworking, insistence…
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

    It was about the same …

    Experience rating
    Anonymous student reviewed:
    • Costs & Funding
    • Accommodation
    • City & Culture
    It was about the same price to study there as I had to pay the tuition fee of my home university. University halls are very expensive, the best way to save money in accomodation is to share a house. It was more expensive to me than living in France but that is because the city I used to study in has a lower level of…