Educational Institute attributes
The University of Birmingham is an educational institute located in Edgbaston, West Midlands, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1825 by Joseph Chamberlain and has a motto, "Per Ardua ad Alta" (77144225). The university operates as a public organization involved in the industries of education, higher education, and is a university.
This university comprises several subsidiaries, including Walsall College, Mingana Collection, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham Guild of Students, and University of Birmingham Dubai. It has a total of 5,495 employees, placing it in the 5,000-9,999 employees category.
The University of Birmingham has been accredited by the Privy Council and the European Foundation for Management Development. Additionally, it is affiliated with several organizations, such as the Russell Group, Universities UK, European University Association, Association of Commonwealth Universities, and Universitas 21.
This institution owns several notable properties and collections, including Northfield Manor House, Birmingham Quran manuscript, and Mingana Collection.