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International Society

Our International Society is a place to meet people from all over the world, all while learning about new cultures and ways of life.

Joining up is the opportunity to share experiences, network and integrate with fellow students, take part in activities and social events, and go on trips to the UK's most popular heritage and tourism attractions.

As well as our International Society, our Guild of Students also has international-focused clubs and societies such as the Afro-Caribbean and Malaysian societies, but you can also set up your own.

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International UCBloggers

International UCBloggers

Our UCBloggers give you a glimpse into their world, whether it’s sharing tips on settling into university and coping at revision time, showcasing the city, discussing topical campaigns or celebrating a sporting victory.

We also have designated international UCBloggers, who focus on the opportunities and challenges if you join us from overseas. This might be sharing experiences back home in the holidays or their favourite dishes.

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Student exchange programmes

Interested in studying outside the UK? For our undergraduate students, we offer many fantastic opportunities to study part of your course with one of our overseas partners, giving you the chance to broaden your learning and cultural appreciation as well as boosting your personal and professional development.

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Meet our representatives

If you are an international applicant, our international team and agents attend overseas exhibitions and events throughout the year in countries and territories including India, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, Malaysia and Taiwan, as well as throughout the EU.

These events provide a great opportunity to find out about University College Birmingham first-hand – and gain a great insight into our courses, facilities and the support we provide.

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Erasmus Students

Take the next step...

If you would like to apply to study at University College Birmingham, you can either apply through one of our agents or apply direct:

  Country-specific information

Information for EU students at University College Birmingham

Information for EU students

We know that EU and EEA students who want to study in the UK in future may be concerned about issues such as fees and immigration. Read more about practical advice for current and prospective students coming from the EU, as well as links to further information. 

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Information for incoming Erasmus exchange students can be found here.

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