University of Birmingham

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Headquarters Birmingham, United Kingdom
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1900
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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The University of Birmingham is one of the UK's leading institutions of higher education and research. It serves more than 24,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students at its two campuses with a wide array of programs covering the arts, business, engineering and sciences, humanities, law, and medicine. It also supports nearly 20 major research centers, as well as a technology transfer center and a research park. The school was established in 1900 by the citizens of Birmingham to educate people in the Midlands. The University of Birmingham was the first university in the... More

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University of Birmingham Chancellor Nicholas Dominic Cadbury

Nicholas Dominic Cadbury

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A whirlwind of new experiences, interesting people and enjoyable challenges.

  Former Student Ambassador in Birmingham, England (UK)

Pros: Flexible working hours as a Student Ambassador surrounded by a great group of friendly individuals who thoroughly enjoyed their time working together and providing the highest level of service. Full Review

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Research Fellow

5 University of Birmingham Salaries (5 in UK)

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PhD

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£13,758
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Teaching Assistant - Hourly

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Birmingham, England (UK) – Reviewed Nov 15, 2013

Interview Details – I had one interview with a panel; two lecturers and the head of the department who took turns in asking questions.

Questions -
What attracts you to the Health Economics?
Talk about your research-realted experience.
Have you had any relevant experience in working with Excel?
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University of Birmingham Awards & Accolades

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The Sunday Times and The Times University of the Year, The Times, 2013

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