Ucas code: B32
The university holds clubs and sporting opportunities literally for all the sports you could think of. It has a wide variety...
The university holds clubs and sporting opportunities literally for all the sports you could think of. It has a wide variety of sports which you can choose to do led by professionals.×
Modules aren't as diverse as I'd like them to beReport
I was on the meal plan set up which is where a set amount of money is allocated to you per week throughout the year to be used...
I was on the meal plan set up which is where a set amount of money is allocated to you per week throughout the year to be used in most univeristy outlets. I found that I rarely ran out of money and managing costs outside of this only led to occasional groceries such as juice and bread. However, if money is not spent on your card by the end of the week, it does not roll over to the next week meaning that you could in theory be worse off than a self catered student if you dont spend all of the allocated money each week.×
There's something here for everyone - either to join or attend. We have over 200 societies and events everyday.Report
Number and variety of societies; help with being a student/student lifestyle; help with finding out-of-halls accommodation;...
Number and variety of societies; help with being a student/student lifestyle; help with finding out-of-halls accommodation; help with finding work experience placements/volunteering×
Meal-plan (the university's catered option when living in halls) can be used across campus, so is very convenient. Prices are...
Meal-plan (the university's catered option when living in halls) can be used across campus, so is very convenient. Prices are pretty good, and lots of student deals are to be found in Selly Oak. The Guild of Students has a really useful 'jobzone' which not only advertises jobs in the local area but also helps you out as you search. The Guild also employs a lot of students. Transport - invest in a railcard! The uni has its own train station which goes to Birmingham New Street (about 5-7 mins) which costs 2 for a return without a railcard. Taxis are also a good way of getting around, with a standard fare costing 6-9 (student deal, in association with Guild), which when split between a group is well worth it. As long as you manage your money wisely Bham can be pretty cheap. Though prices are never as high as in London, some things do cost more as you are in a big city.×
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