How to apply
There are a number of ways to apply for one of our undergraduate courses at University College Birmingham. We offer full-time, part-time and online courses, for which there are different application processes.
If you are currently studying a Level 3 college course at University College Birmingham and would like to progress onto one of our university courses, please visit our Move Up to Uni page to apply.
If you are unsure how to apply or you have questions about our admissions process, please use our live chat feature to speak to one of our Admissions officers (available 9am-5pm Monday to Friday).
Explore our range of undergraduate courses:
If you are considering only applying to us, there are lots of reasons why applying direct is the best option*:
- No fees – we will submit your application to UCAS on your behalf
- No need for a personal statement
(*You can apply direct if you have not applied through UCAS this year and only wish to apply to University College Birmingham)
After you have applied
Once we receive your application, we will notify you through email and our team of Admissions experts will give careful consideration to all the information you have provided.
Glossary of Admissions terms
Not sure what conditional and unconditional offers mean, or the difference between a bachelor's degree and a foundation degree? We have put together an A-to-Z of university terms to help you understand what our jargon really means.
Find out more about tuition fees for students on our undergraduate courses at University College Birmingham.Read more
Students from outside the EU can apply to us directly while undergraduate applicants can also apply via UCAS. Read our step-by-step guide here.Read more
Whether you need support with your learning, finances, health and wellbeing or other areas, our range of dedicated support services are here for you.Read more
Get to know other people on your course before you join us. You can also connect with those staying in our student accommodation and keep up-to-date with any announcements.Read more