Dissertation Printing Birmingham
Dissertation Printing and Binding to the University of Birmingham Specification.
Birmingham Thesis Printing and Binding
If You’re Looking for a Fast, Reliable Thesis Print and Bind Service, The Document Centre can Help
You’ve been slaving over your keyboard for weeks (or days, we know some people love to work to a deadline). The culmination of all your studying and hard work is almost complete.
You have finished writing. You just need to get it printed and bound to the University of Birmingham specification. And ideally a nice copy for your own bookshelf.
The Document Centre specialises in printing and binding documents. Every year we bind in excess of 10,000 documents, books, thesis and dissertations. In fact, the majority of our binding work is for students like you.
We know exactly what you are going through
Having worked with thousands of students at this critical time, we know how stressful it can be. Whether it is a culmination of 3 days without sleep or a few weeks of stress and building panic. You are not alone. Our team are here to help you get your thesis bound to regulation and delivered on time.
You give us a few details plus the PDF of your document and we’ll do the rest.
Time is of the essence, so we work fast
Missing your submission deadline can be costly. And we know that sometimes you finish writing a little later than you had hoped. Don’t worry, we can handle that.
We offer a guaranteed same day turnaround for most print and bind orders. So you can have your Thesis delivered to Birmingham University tomorrow!
Although we work fast, we remain calm and professional throughout. We treat each and every order as if it was for ourselves.
We have already helped 1,000s of students like You
In 2017 alone, we bound 8,247 thesis and dissertations for 3,862 customers. These were bound to University regulations and personal copies.
Did you know you can get your own copy bound to your own requirements? Just let us know!
What our customers say
University of Birmingham
The University of Birmingham, chartered in 1900, is located in Edgbaston, Birmingham. It is the first civic university in the UK to get a royal charter, which was awarded after it succeeded the Queen’s College and the Mason Science College. The University of Birmingham is not only a leading academic institution but is also a place of wonder with historical artefacts. Here are 5 interesting facts you should know about the university:
1. Holds the record for the tallest free-standing clock tower in the world
The Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower is the world’s tallest free-standing clock tower at 100m. The tower is popularly called Old Joe, after the University’s founder and first chancellor. The tower was built in 1900 and redesigned by the chancellor using the Torre del Mangia campanile as inspiration.
2. It is home to Sir Eduardo Paolozzi’s major pieces of sculpture
The sculpture of English scientist Michael Faraday sits proudly over 5 metres high at the university. Donated in 2000 as an honour to centenary celebrations, the sculpture is one of the amazing pieces of the legendary sculptor, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi. Paolozzi is also famous for the mosaic patterns on the walls of Tottenham Court Road tube station in London and Paul McCartney’s Red Rose Speedway album cover.
3. Old Joe is home to Peregrine falcons
Peregrine falcons have been declared an endangered species and are difficult to come by. You can, however, have a sight of them perching up the Old Joe.
4. A train station was built specifically to serve the university
The University train station was built to specifically serve the university. It is the only train station in Great Britain to have ever been built for such a purpose. The station now serves over 2.5 million passengers every year.
It is situated on the Cross-City line, running to Lichfield from Redditch through the Birmingham New Street. You can also get direct rides to Cardiff, Nottingham and Hereford. A ride to the Birmingham city centre only takes 7 minutes and there are trains at intervals of 10 minutes.
5. You could get a degree in mining
Up to 1960s, the university offered degrees in mining and had an underground mine for teaching aid. Mining was such an innovative subject at the time as minerals powered the local economies. Even though the mine was closed and the mining courses dropped by the university, it is one of the historical places you can visit in the university.
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