The University of Birmingham, UK 1

The University of Birmingham was established by Queen Victoria by Royal Charter in 1900. Being one of the most popular UK universities, it has been involved in many discoveries made by the researchers of the university, including gaseous diffusion and cavity magnetron. In addition, the university launched a scheme named Birmingham Heroes which includes major areas of research like an observation on gravitational force and energy-efficient cooling

The University of Birmingham is situated in Edgbaston, Birmingham in the United Kingdom. It houses some of the famous institutes like Barber Institute of Fine Arts which includes artworks by Van Gogh and Monet, Cadbury Research Library and Shakespeare Institute. Also, the campus provides accommodation for its students. Birmingham City has beautiful architecture and is a modern and lively city. Moreover, there are a lot of parks, cafes and delicious street food in the city.

The university has made a remarkable contribution to cancer studies and researches. It is home to over 23,000 undergraduate students and 14,000 post-graduate students including 7875 international students. It has 5 academic colleges which further includes around 100 departments. It provides a number of degree programs like undergraduate degree program, master’s degree program, professional degree program and post-graduate research degrees. 11 of the university staff and alumni have been awarded Nobel Prize

The university has a notable list of alumni that includes Mohamed Yusuf Haji (Defence Minister, Kenya), Perry Christie (Prime Minister, Bahamas), David Aubrey Scott (British High Commissioner, New Zealand) and Bala Garba Jahumpa (Foreign Minister, Gambia)