The much awaited Birmingham Dubai campus branch is set to launch and welcome students in the United Arab Emirates from September, 2021.
Before this moment, in 2017 the Russell Group institution announced the plan to open a branch campus in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, but due to unforeseen circumstances the much talked-about Birmingham University Campus is set to admit/take its pioneering students.
The Birmingham University campus Dubai, UAE is located in the ever expanding and developing international education hub – the Dubai International Academic City. The new university campus in Dubai is is embedded with “flexible, cutting-edge technology allowing innovative, multidisciplinary teaching and learning”. According to the school authority.
There is an assurance that students at the United Arab Emirates campus will earn the same internationally recognized ‘University of Birmingham’ degree certificate as they would in the UK; such that, Skills and expertise students will gain are sought by top employers in the current global market
The provost at the university of Birmingham Dubai David Sadler further assured by saying, “We believe that, in our new academic home, we will deliver an educational experience like no other in Dubai,”.
The ‘collaboration’ and ‘digital first’ approach at the heart of the campus design reflects real-world working practices, according to the institution.
“We aim to deliver a flexible and powerful teaching environment in Dubai that students and staff will enjoy,” Sadler added.
“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.”
Students will additionally be encouraged to study in interdisciplinary teams with peers in Dubai, the UK and Singapore, where Birmingham has been delivering business education at its Business School since 1994.
Interestingly, the institution is offering scholarships up to 40% for individual based on their academic performance across undergraduate and postgraduate levels.