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Aston University
Aston Triangle, B4 7ET Birmingham
+44 (0)121 204 3000
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The Aston University Campus, Birmingham City Centre

Aston University’s location is unique

Our attractive, green campus is set in the heart of Birmingham – Britain’s second city – just a five minute walk from its first-class social, shopping and cultural attractions.

“An amazingly green campus, right in the middle of Birmingham”
The Independent on Sunday

The fact that Aston is a green campus University situated literally in the heart of Birmingham, the UK's second city was one of the biggest attractions for me. Living on campus, you are never more than five minutes away from a lecture and have all the benefits of city life being within 10 minutes walk of some of Britain's best shops and nightlife.

James Wilkinson, 1st Year, Translation Studies, from Hertfordshire

All Aston’s Student Accommodation is on campus with a guarantee in place for first years. Choose from a place in one of our comfortable high and low rise flats or an en suite room in the Lakeside residences

The Library contains over 300,000 books and much more. It’s accessible too, open 75 hours (and 7 days) a week. Around the campus there are also numerous open-access IT suites, offering free computer and Internet access, 24 hours a day.

The massive Main Building houses many of our academic departments, renowned research groups, support and study facilities, as well as places to eat and meet friends.

Aston Students’ Guild is home to bars, popular nightclubs, eateries, shops, the excellent Student Advice Centre and lots of clubs and societies.

Health Centre and Student Services
An NHS doctors, dental surgery and consistently praised University Support Services ensure that our students are well supported.

There are two sports centres on campus, including a swimming pool, sports halls, pitches, fully equipped fitness centre, gym and 40 sports clubs to get involved in.

The Future: 2005-6 has seen exciting new developments on and around campus. Developments include a new Academy of Life Sciences and a major extension to Aston Business School. New sporting, accommodation and welfare facilities are also planned. Close to campus the new Birmingham Eastside area will offer yet more unrivalled cultural, shopping and leisure facilities.

Come and see for yourself...


20th June, 20th September, all welcome

Students who apply to Aston through UCAS and receive an offer will also be invited to a subject based Open Day, held between November 2006 and March 2007.

Contact Schools and Colleges Liaison.

Tel: 0121 204 4771


Visits to Aston University are also welcome at other times

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