Rules and regulations
When you enrol as a student at Birmingham City University you enter a formal agreement with us with responsibilities on both sides.
One of your responsibilities is to follow the rules and regulations which apply to students. You can download our full Rules and Regulations document via the link on the right, but here are highlights from the key areas:
You'll have access to a wide range of IT facilities, systems and benefits. Once you’ve firmly accepted an unconditional offer of a place, we will send you a username and password to access these services in advance of your enrolment with us.
Our wireless network (Eduroam) provides access to the internet in most locations on all campuses.
Library and learning resources
There are libraries at six of our seven campuses - City Centre Campus; City North Campus; City South Campus; Birmingham Conservatoire; School of Art, Margaret Street; and School of Jewellery.
The libraries are open throughout the year. They are even open at weekends at the Conservatoire, Curzon, Kenrick and Mary Seacole Libraries.
Student identity cards
You'll receive a student ID card which will allow you access to University buildings and campuses. There are some terms and conditions relating to the use of your card.
The name you have provided for enrolment will be used for all formal purposes within the University and will be the name recorded on any award certificate issued to you. It is very important that you enrol under your full legal name.
Birmingham City University is a registered Data Controller under the Data Protection Act 1998. We take data protection issues very seriously.
Our Students' Union runs a wide of sports clubs and societies, along with other activities. By completing your Online Enrolment we will consider you to have joined the Students' Union.
Interruption of services
Should industrial action or other circumstances beyond the control of the University interfere with its ability to provide educational services, the University undertakes to use all reasonable steps to minimise any resultant disruption to educational services.