For the Spring 2022 intake, the University of Birmingham is delivering an on-campus study experience. Safety of students and staff are the University’s top priority.
While teaching is primarily taking place on-campus, the University understands that some international students may face difficult circumstances and are unable to travel. If you can’t travel, online learning provision will still be in place to ensure that you can start your studies via digital learning from your home country. When you start your course with digital learning, you can transfer to face-to-face learning in the UK at any time. If you wish to start your course online, you have until 21 January 2022 to enrol.
You can even, if necessary, complete your course entirely online. The option to finish your course online will continue to be available until the UKVI deadline of 6 April 2022 for all students, and beyond that for students who do have not received a CAS.
If you are travelling to the UK from a red list country for the 2021-22 academic year, you can also receive financial support for you stay in a quarantine hotel. You will be compensated the full cost of the quarantine hotel stay, up to £2,285.
This flexibility and support means that you can apply for a foundation pathways programme with confidence. You can read more on the University of Birmingham’s website.