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Syed Irtaza Jafri

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Mayar EI-Sayed,
from Kuwait

BA (Hons) Architecture



Nnanyere Ezenwa Anamekwe,
from Nigeria

BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance



Kalyagrit Thouchagrit,
from Thailand

BA (Hons) Jewellery and Objects



Claudio Conceicao,
from Angola

BSc (Hons) Computer Science



Muhammad Nazreen Idris,
from Malaysia

BA (Hons) Business Management



Nerys Jody Agnes,
from Togo

MBA International



Priyal Raje,
from India

BA (Hons) Fashion Design



Shoaib Sohail,
from Saudi Arabia

MBA International



Weeam Abunowara,
from USA

BA (Hons) Business Management



Fikayo Obadofin,
from Nigeria

LLB (Hons) Law



Bohdan Bazyliuk,
from Ukraine

BA (Hons) Jewellery and Objects



Thomas Ma,
from Hong Kong

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design



Ziyou Fan,
from China

BSc (Hons) Gemmology and Jewellery Studies



Jade Zhao,
from China

BA (Hons) Jewellery and Objects



Yonglin Stone,
from China

MSc Management and International Business



Numan Asif,
from Pakistan

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance



Yuan Qing,
from China

MSc Management and International Business



Sasqia Pristia,
from Indonesia

BA (Hons) Graphic Communication



Tinashe Mujawo,
from Zimbabwe

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance



Dawn Lin,
from China

BA (Hons) Business (Marketing)



Samia Shah,
from India

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design



Quina Reivaldi Limantara,
from Indonesia

MA Visual Communication



Rouzana Attia,
from Eygypt

BA (Hons) Human Resource Management



Kathy-Zoe Baira,
from Zimbabwe

LLB (Hons) Law



Fatema Virjee,
from Kenya

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies



Syed Irtaza Jafri,
from Pakistan

BA (Hons) Business Management

Syed Irtaza Jafri, from Pakistan
BA (Hons) Business Management

My friend recommended BCUIC to me – he joined in January 2017 and has since progressed to the University. Plus, I always wanted to come to Birmingham!

The pathway concept appealed to me too – you get to meet other internationals and class sizes are small, so you have more contact time with tutors.

What I’ve enjoyed most about studying at BCUIC is the student experience – I’ve made so many friends for life. I joined the Student Council in my first semester, and that helped my confidence both academically and socially.

There’s nothing to worry about because you get plenty of support, as soon as you arrive, and Student Services are so responsive if you do experience any problems. It’s a friendly place; everyone is lovely. It’s been an extraordinary experience!

If you’re interested in studying Business Management at Birmingham City University, find out about our Business pathway here.