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University of Birmingham
Large, prestigious and rather grand - you wouldn't expect anything less from Birmingham's university. Established in 1900, it was the first "redbrick" university to receive its royal charter. Striking examples of Victorian architecture remain on the large, leafy campus in Edgbaston, which also comes equipped with all mod cons: bars, cafes, shops, a hair salon, a concert hall, banks, an art gallery, a medical practice, a nursery - even its own train station (only one stop to the city centre). It also has one of the largest student unions in the country, as well as excellent employment figures. There's a strong emphasis on sport: there was even a Birmingham student at the last Olympics. University of Birmingham
3,070 in 2007-08 for all full-time undergraduate programmes.

In 2008, there will be a bursary of 840 available to all students with a household income of less than 34,600. Students who qualify will also be eligible for a scholarship of 1,260 based on academic achievement (for example, AAB in A-level results). Other scholarships in selected subjects and for excellence in music and sport.

Guaranteed for first-years. Approximate weekly sum for self-catering accommodation is 74 for a standard single, rising to 108 for an en-suite room.

Tel: 0121 414 3344

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