University of Birmingham
About University of Birmingham
The University of Birmingham (Birmingham) was founded in 1900 and is now one of the largest in the UK, offering degrees across a wide range of disciplines. It is a major centre of research and academic study with an established international reputation for excellence with 10 Nobel Prize winners among its staff and alumni.
At Birmingham, we encourage bold, independent thinking and offer high quality academic experience to stretch and challenge you constantly. We encourage and empower people to turn ideas into reality and make important things happen.Show more
Birmingham Business School (BBS)
BBS has been a major player in business education for more than a century and it is one of the oldest university business schools in England.
BBS enjoys an international reputation and creates business degree courses which academically and personally prepare students for the working world through rigorous academic training, practical relevance and skills for career readiness.
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Rankings & Affiliations
Triple-crown Accredited School
Recognised by the ACCSB, AMBA and EQUIS for quality and rigorous standards in business and management education
Taught by Birmingham academics
Feeds directly into teaching for students to receive latest knowledge and insights
Degree certificate is the same as that awarded on the University’s home campus in the UK
Strong Alumni Community
Broaden network and open doors through alumni events and opportunities
Hear from our students
Thomas Yu and Kymberly
We speak to Thomas Yu & Kymberly Tan, who, despite their respective personal and work pursuits, chose to take on the part-time BSc (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) programme with the University of Birmingham (UoB) at SIM.
Message from the Dean
The University of Birmingham pioneered business education in the UK, establishing the first Chairs of Commerce and...Read more
Professor Matthew Cole
Dean, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham