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About BIAD: Open Days at BIAD

Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (BIAD)

Our next Open Day takes place on:

Saturday, 4 October 2014  - visit our main Open Days page to register

If you wish to talk to our Course Enquiry team about our Open Day activity or to discuss a course interest please call +44 (0)121 331 5595.

Located over four sites in a city which is home to a culturally diverse and vibrant arts scene, BIAD (Birmingham Institute of Art and Design) is one of the largest centres for art, architecture and design education in the UK. It provides a stimulating environment in which to study - helping thousands of people make it in the creative world.

Open Days offer you the opportunity to find out what student life is really like at BIAD. You can ask staff and students questions about your subject course - visit our learning facilities, and get a real feel for what it is like living and learning here.

If you're an applicant you're also invited to attend our Open Days - this will give you a closer look at your course, enabling you to make your decision to study with us.

See the full list of courses on offer at BIAD

Download a prospectus here

BIAD Sites

School of Art, Margaret Street can be found in a magnificent Grade I listed building, located in the city's gallery and museum district. With its stained glass windows, gothic style doors and mosaic tiled floors many have been seduced by this building's beauty.  Courses offered at this site include BA (Hons) Fine Art, BA (Hons) Art and Design, and our Art-Based Masters programme.

School of Jewellery, Vittoria Street is an award-winning institution based in the heart of Birmingham's famous Jewellery Quarter since 1890.

The Parkside Building is on our City Centre Campus and is our new home. It is just a five-minute walk from the city centre. Here you will find the School of Fashion, Textiles and Three-Dimensional Design; School of Visual Communication; and Birmingham School of Architecture.