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Our city has a Vietnamese community of over 3,500 people who play a major part in contributing to economic, social and cultural life. Our University also has a Vietnamese Society, run through our Students’ Union.

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We have many Vietnamese restaurants to enjoy in Birmingham, as well as events and attractions at the Vietnamese Development Centre including nail art, reflexology, traditional music, food and dance.

There are many temples across our city too, including the Birmingham Buddhist Vihara and Chùa Từ Đàm

Can Tho
  • Hanoi Central: ISC - UKEAS
  • 1st Fl., Phu Dien Building
  • 83A Ly Thuong Kiet
  • Hoan Kiem,
  • Hanoi
  • Phone: (84-4) 3941 1906
  • Email:
  • Hanoi: Vietnam Intellectual Services Co (VISCO)
  • 230 Kim Ma Street
  • Ba Dinh District
  • Hanoi
  • Phone: +84 4 726 1938
  • Email:
Ho Chi Minh City
  • Ho Chi Minh City: idp
  • Tran Tuong Nhi
  • Star Building, 33C Mac Dinh Chi Street
  • Dakao Ward, District 1
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Phone: +84839104205
  • Email:
  • Web:
  • Ho Chi Minh City: SITEC
  • 328D Phan Dinh Phung Street
  • Ward 1
  • Phu Nhuan District
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Phone: +84 8 995 0098
  • Email:
  • Hanoi Medical University


We are happy to consider the Upper Secondary School Graduation Diploma with four or five subjects (depending on course selection) with a score of 5 to 10 PLUS the Intermediate Professional Education Diploma with minimum score of 7 overall. Foundation qualification can be considered for entry to year one of all courses.


We are happy to consider a Bachelor Degree with a minimum GPA score of 6.0 overall.

Some postgraduate courses require a subject specific undergraduate degree to qualify for entry for example, Law, Computing, Social Sciences, Engineering, etc. Please check the relevant course page for this information.

Special requirements

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 the relevant course page 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.

Business School

All Business School undergraduate Year 1 courses require Mathematics minimum of Grade C at O Level or the equivalent.

English language requirements

View our 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.

Find out more about scholarships and bursaries...

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Country contact

Do you have a question?

Rob Hurlbutt
Regional Manager (Vietnam)
Based at Birmingham City University’s City Centre Campus

Tel: +44 (0) 121 331 6684

Student views

What our students say...

“I chose Birmingham City University because it offers a top-up programme which is very beneficial to me. I want to work in finance within a bank or company. I have three relatives who have been very successful in finance, and I want to be like them. I like that you learn the theory in the course, as well as how to use programmes and how to analyse data. The tutors are very helpful and I know I can email them if I don’t understand something, and they will answer.

"Birmingham is the second largest city in the UK, so I love living and studying here; I work part-time in a local restaurant so I earn money alongside my study. It’s a very lively city and I’ve made lots of international friends; you will never get bored of living here and moving here won’t be a culture shock as there are lots of Vietnamese and Chinese students. After I graduate, I want to go home to work in finance but maybe I will come back to do my MBA here in one – two years time.”

Tuyet Kim Ngan Khau, BA International Finance