You are the rainy April taken by surprise, coming chicly and making me embarrassed.
The University of Birmingham, who participated in the summer exchange program, has excellent mentors. Unfortunately, the old library is going to be demolished. When we entered, it was the last month that the old library opened. Many shelves were empty. Barber College of Art is a gallery in Birmingham University. Oil paintings are exquisite and worth visiting. It is said that when the bell tower of Birmingham University rings, it can't go down, otherwise it will fail.
Campus environment is good, there are green lakes. Very large. The canteen environment is also good.
The University of Birmingham, located in Birmingham, England, is one of the famous "Red Brick" universities in British history. He is currently a member of the Russell University Group. The lake on the campus is clear and green. Surrealist bronze sculptures can be seen everywhere on the lawn. The buildings on the campus are scattered and delicate, with a strong ancient style. Facing the Bell Tower and the auditorium of the school library, it is the most distinctive building. It is a Gothic building made of red bricks and a landmark building of the University of Birmingham. Above the entrance to the auditorium stood ten great scholars, including Newton, Aristotle and Plato, who had made outstanding contributions to the civilization of human society. The interior of the auditorium is luxurious and spacious. It can accommodate thousands of spectators. It is mainly used for degree awarding ceremonies and various concerts. It is also worth mentioning that the Museum of Birmingham University, which also contains the works of famous Renaissance painters such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Monet, Cezanne, etc., is worth a period of time to enjoy.
There's nothing new about the place you stay every day. If you want to see the university, suggest going around London... Birmingham is an industrial city, and schools are bare... At last, there were many trees in South Campus, and they were blocked by road construction. I strongly don't recommend this...
One of Britain's famous Red Brick Universities is also a member of the Russell University Group. The campus has a long history. The environment is great. The lakes and lakes are very clear and green. Everywhere there are various buildings, they are very original European-style buildings with special beauty.
The undergraduate course here enjoys this campus very much. If you exit from Selly oak, there are almost all the areas where students live. Many small shops are on the roadside. They are cheap and delicious. Another exit connects to the railway station and goes to the centre of Birmingham.