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Situated in the West Midlands, around 100 miles north-west of London, Birmingham is the UK’s second largest city. There are five universities in Birmingham as well as a range of other higher education institutions and around 80,000 resident students.
Like other major UK cities, Birmingham expanded significantly during the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries.
However, whereas other areas were primarily centres of material processing, manufacture and trade, Birmingham was strongly associated with invention and entrepreneurship – with many new technologies and industrial processes pioneered in the city.
Today, Birmingham offers postgraduate students the benefits of a rich cultural tradition that more than matches its long history of industrial innovation. Indeed, Birmingham’s heritage in manufacturing is aptly reflected in its status as the birthplace of the famous band, Black Sabbath, inventors of a slightly different form of ‘heavy metal’.
More sedate aspects of Birmingham’s history can be experienced in its many museums and art galleries, recording the city’s association with the Pre-Raphaelite movement in painting as well as its proud status as the home of Cadbury’s chocolate.
The oldest university in Birmingham is the University of Birmingham, which received its charter in 1900. It is a member of the Russell Group of leading UK research universities and is regularly ranked among the top 150 institutions worldwide.
In addition to the University of Birmingham, Birmingham is also home to Aston University, Birmingham City University, University College Birmingham and Newman University Birmingham as well as a campus of the Open University and a range of other higher education providers.
This wide range of institutions offering postgraduate degrees in Birmingham reflects the city’s long tradition of intellectual innovation and academic growth.
Birmingham has a strong background in sectors as varied as advanced engineering, life sciences and digital industries. It’s home to the headquarters of HSBC UK as well an important research centre for Cadbury and a Jaguar Land Rover manufacturing plant. Birmingham also has a long association with jewellery-making, with the city’s Jewellery Quarter dating back hundreds of years and forming the largest commercial area of its kind of Europe.
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Birmingham City University Graduate Master’s Programmes.
Study at an original "redbrick" university and founding member of the Russell Group.
Our postgraduate portfolio combines academic excellence with a professional focus.
With a strong demand for accounting and financial skills in the job market, our MSc Accounting and Finance can set you up for a rewarding career. This fast-paced masters programme will bring you up to speed with the fundamentals of accountancy and business finance. Read more
Looking to study a postgraduate accounting and finance course in Birmingham? Our MSc Accounting and Finance degree is accredited by Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Read more
The Accounting and Finance (Masters Stage) course offers the opportunity to top up your existing professional accounting qualifications to MSc level quickly, gaining additional insight and understanding in the process. Read more
Transform your career with our postgraduate qualification in acting. Designed to advance your practical and professional progress, our MA Acting course provides intense training from staff with rich industry experience. Read more
Our Advanced Certificate in Golf Coaching is a unique development in the field of golf coaching. The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), on behalf of the sport of golf, leads on the development of coach education and training. Read more
Chemical engineering is dynamic and evolving, and today extends far beyond its roots in oil and gas processing. It provides solutions to problems facing many manufacturing sectors, such as food, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, biotechnology, energy and fast-moving consumer goods. Read more
Our Advanced Chemical Engineering with Bioprocessing programme explores advanced chemical engineering topics with an emphasis on bioprocessing – using biological systems to produce useful products. Read more
This Advanced Chemical Engineering with Formulation programme focuses on advanced chemical engineering topics that inform the modern process engineering industry. Read more
Our Advanced Chemical Engineering with Healthcare Technology programme explores advanced chemical engineering topics with an emphasis on healthcare technology. Our three major research areas – formulation engineering, energy, and healthcare technology – guide the programme. Read more
This programme offers you the opportunity to advance your practice through selection of modules designed to enhance your ability to take on roles in advanced practice. Invaluable to your career progression, it will enable you to lead and transform service delivery through research-informed clinical practice. Read more
The University of Birmingham’s Online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law will arm you with the core principles to take on the most pressing global environmental issues.