University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham campuses are found in the leafy Edgbaston and Selly Oak areas of the city, close to the world-famous Edgbaston cricket ground.
The university helped establish the city as a world leader in education, knowledge and skills. That's why students flock to the Midlands in order to make an early dent in their new careers.
Alumni of the University of Birmingham include four Nobel Prize Winners, two British Prime Ministers and an array of actors and musicians. The campus is currently undergoing a £500 million redevelopment.
Broderick House is set in the heart of the city's Chinese and gay districts and served regularly by the X64 bus which takes you to the main campus. It features 24/7 security, free parcel collection and a number of great social spaces.
A 15-minute walk away from the campus is Penworks House, which features large common rooms, laundry facilities, secure bike storage and a sculpted courtyard garden for sunny days and study breaks.