Student Clubs in Birmingham
What with the second biggest mass of students in the UK, it's no wonder that Birmingham is a premium city for you educated young-un's to go out on the the town. From post-dissertation parties and mid-term bashes to some of the most raucous Birmingham Freshers Week affairs, these student club nights in Birmingham have space enough for all of you. Check out our recommendations for the best clubs and student nights in Birmingham and make your Mum and Dad proud.... on the dance-floor that is.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Known for holding some of the biggest underground club nights in Birmingham, The Rainbow Venues is a cool blend of hipster souls and house music enthusiasts all weekend long. Join The Rainbow Venues every Wednesday night as Uncle Zubo takes good care of Brummie students in the pub, cellar and courtyard venues with a mix of party tracks. house hits and indie tunes.
You might be a student, but who's to say that you still wont dabble in the finer things in life? One of the most notorious exclusive clubs in Birmingham are also host to one of the most exclusive student nights in the city. 'Minted' on Thursdays is an evening for Birmingham young socialites that just so happen to be undertaking their studies in the UK's second city.
Set to be another clubbing mecca for spirited indie kids in Birmingham, TALK promise a whole heap of late night parties, gig nights and bank friendly drink deals all week long. Join them every Monday night for Manic Monday's where the best in indie hits, rock classics and alternative tracks with be doing the rounds for students in the city.
Known for being one of Birmingham's most popular alternative nights out, Snobs is a club in Birmingham city centre that promise a different kind of clubbing experience. Boasting the very best in Indie hits and alternative tracks, students that are partial to a little air guitar or Indie bop, couldn't find a much more fitting venue.
You might find this student club in Birmingham in one of the city's most iconic spots, but that doesn't seem to bring the party to a halt. Found in a train viaduct and boasting cool warehouse vibes, Tunnel Club host on of the most economic nights out in the city, with '90's Night' charging all of £10 for entry and 10 drinks.