Birmingham City University 2017

Birmingham City University

Undergraduate and postgraduate courses for September 2017 entry at Birmingham City.

September 2017 Entry at Birmingham City University

Situated in Birmingham, the UK’s second-largest city, Birmingham City University welcomes over 24,000 students from some 80 countries to study with us. We’re midway through a £260 million campus development offering world leading facilities for courses in Art, the Built Environment, Business, Computing, Design, Education, Engineering, Health, Law, Life Sciences, Media and Social Sciences.

In line with our transforming campus, we have also transformed our curriculum with almost 350 contemporary, flexible courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level, with practice-based learning and international opportunities built into every stage. Our 1,700 teaching staff comes from industry, ensuring you benefit directly from their knowledge. We work with companies like Microsoft, Cisco and Jaguar Land Rover providing you with the chance to gain industry experience.

If you want to work while you study our student employment agency ‘OpportUNIty’ will support with that. At the heart of it all is our student support system. ‘Ask’ brings together student support within a single enquiry service covering a wide range of topics. In summary, Birmingham City University is a large, diverse and increasingly popular place to study. We put students at the heart of everything we do, giving them the best opportunities for future success.

Birmingham City University September 2017 Courses





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