Aston University

Founded

1966

History

The university was previously established in 1895 as Birmingham Municipal Technical School and gained its university charter in 1966.

Admission to first degree courses

Through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

First Degrees

BEng, BSc, MChem, MEng, MPharm

Higher Degrees

Masters

Admission: Applicants for admission to master's degrees must hold a good first degree. In addition, MBA: at least three years' work experience. MPhil: relevant first degree with first or upper second class honours.

MBA, MPhil, MSc

Doctoral

Admission: PhD: relevant first degree with first or upper second class honours.

PhD

Language of Instruction

English. Modern languages courses are partly taught in French and German, as applicable.

Subject Areas

Accountancy/Accounting
Banking/Finance
Behavioural Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology
Biology Molecular
Biomedical Sciences
Business Administration
Business/Commerce
Chemistry
Cognitive Science
Computer Science
Design, Industrial
E-Business
Engineering
Engineering Biomedical
Engineering Business
Engineering Chemical/Petrochemical/Process
Engineering Civil/Environmental/Structural
Engineering Communications/Telecommunications
Engineering Electrical/Electronic
Engineering Industrial
Engineering Materials/Mineral Resources/Petroleum
Engineering Mechanical/Production
Engineering Medical
Engineering Software
Environmental Health
Environmental Science/Studies
European Studies
French/French Studies
German/Germanic Studies
Industrial Relations/Personnel/HRM
Information Science/Studies/Systems
Linguistics/Translation
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Microbiology/Medical Microbiology
Optometry/Vision Science
Pharmacology
Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Science
Polymer Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
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