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    With more than 24,000 students from 80 countries around the world, Birmingham City University is one of the most diverse universities to study in the UK. A quick glance into the history of BCU reveals that five different colleges were brought together to form The City of Birmingham Polytechnic in 1971. In 2007, the university’s name was changed to its present name – Birmingham City University – and a new logo was designed for it, which was a rework of the tiger crest once used by the University of Central England in Birmingham.
    The university offers a range of courses (undergraduate, postgraduate, research, foundation, short-term and part-time), with a large number of part-time students enrolled in the campus and many students choosing to pursue distance learning courses. In recent years, the university has diversified its portfolio of high-tech degrees, with a focus on courses such as network engineering, e-commerce, and electronic systems. BCU welcomes international and domestic students from across the globe and offers various scholarships and bursaries to them.

    Student Life in Birmingham 
    Birmingham City University comprises eight main campuses and schools in the Birmingham area – City Centre, City South – with additional sites located throughout the city. The city is home to contemporary architecture from the Victorian era and the Edwardian times as well as hosts venues for art, theatre, music, and so much more. That’s not all, the city’s central location and excellent connectivity make it highly convenient for students to explore not just the UK but popular cities in Europe as well. For a weekend getaway, just hop on a train and you’ll be in London within two hours. 

    Finding student accommodation 
    One of the most important things that you need to keep in mind once you have decided to study in Birmingham is where you plan on staying. Although as a first-year student, chances are you’ll be able to get on-campus accommodation, but what about the ones who are pursuing their post-graduation or second year. It becomes really important at this stage to look for student accommodation near Birmingham City University, because you want to be close enough to the university campus to cut down on commute. 

    How we can help
    There are many online platforms that will allow you to filter and book accommodation close to your university, one of them being University Living. Depending on your preferences, there are various room type options available from shared to independent. The benefits of these accommodations are that they are close to the campus as well as enjoy all the benefits of being in the heart of the city. Each of the properties also offers onsite amenities like gym, equipped kitchen, communal lounge, and much more. 

    Transport and connectivity
    Getting around the city from one place to the other is fairly easy since Birmingham has an excellent transport network, including buses, trains, and trams. One of the major stations of the UK rail network, Birmingham New Street, is the city’s busiest and largest of the three main railway stations. However, don’t be surprised if you find yourself just walking around or going on a bicycle ride, exploring the city as there are plenty of sights to see and appreciate along the way.