We have many students from the Caribbean studying at Birmingham City University on some of our most popular programmes including Business, Art and Design.
Our experienced Regional Partnerships Manager, Mr Robert Hurlbutt understands the study needs of Caribbean students and would be happy to answer any questions you may have about studying here.
- Yasir Majid
- Suite 1901, 5000 Yonge Street
- Toronto Ontario
- M2N 7E9
- Phone: +1 416 628 3815
- Mobile: +1 416 580 3815
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Equivalent UCAS points from Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) from 3 Double Unit (Unit 2) subjects (marking scheme I - V being equivalent to A - E respectively). Points can be made up with the two compulsory Single Unit subjects (Caribbean Studies and Communication Studies) being counted as AS Level. GCSE Maths and English from Caribbean Examination Council Secondary Education Certificate (CXC) Grades I - III at General Level.
Bachelor (Honours) Degree with Second Class Lower Division
Art and Design
All undergraduate Art and Design courses require a good portfolio of artwork. Some postgraduate courses also require a portfolio, others require a proposal of studies while some courses require both a portfolio and a proposal of studies. Please check faculty website for specific requirements.
Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE)
All undergraduate courses in the CEBE faculty require Mathematics at O Level. However for the Engineering suite and BEng Telecommunication and Networks, Mathematics is required at AS Level minimum Grade C or the equivalent.
All Business School undergraduate Year 1 courses require Mathematics minimum of Grade C at O Level or the equivalent
English language requirements
Every year we provide a number of scholarships and bursaries recognising the talents of our international students, which can help cover part of your tuition fees.
Sorry, there are currently no planned visits by Birmingham City University representatives to your country.