The University of Birmingham, a Russell Group university, ranked in the top 100 universities of the world (QS 2021) is all set to open its brand new campus in the international education hub of Dubai.
The university is welcoming international students including Indians with a scholarship of up to 40% based on their academic performance across undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The University of Birmingham Dubai offers degrees that will be taught, examined and accredited to the same recognised high standards as those delivered on its UK campus.T he students will be encouraged to study in interdisciplinary teams across a range of academic subjects working seamlessly with peers in Dubai, UK and Singapore providing them an invaluable global experience. Students in Dubai will receive the same internationally recognised ‘University of Birmingham’ degree certificate.
The brand new, state-of-the-art campus in Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) will provide a modern academic home that is capable of adapting to changes in technology, learning and the climate. The campus will be embedded with cutting-edge technology to deliver a world-class physical and digital experience and has been uniquely designed to embrace sustainable practices. At the heart of the campus design is ‘collaboration’ and ‘digital first’ approach – reflecting real-world working practices.
“Our new building has been designed as an ‘Intelligent Campus’ – embedded with flexible, cutting-edge technology allowing innovative, multidisciplinary teaching and learning. We aim to deliver a flexible and powerful teaching environment in Dubai that students and staff will enjoy. Colleagues coming from our Birmingham campus to teach in Dubai will feel immediately at home in our teaching spaces. Everyone – students and staff alike – is eagerly looking forward to moving into our brand-new, bespoke campus building. We believe that, in our new academic home, we will deliver an educational experience like no other in Dubai,” says Professor David Sadler, Provost University of Birmingham Dubai.