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We've been granted the highest level awarded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants for its professional accountancy tuition courses.

Study business in the city

Our business degrees are the perfect mix of real-life experience and academic skills.

Join us in our brand new £63 million Curzon Building on our City Centre Campus.

"It was a no brainer"

"I've enjoyed my time here so much I hope to find a job in Birmingham after I graduate."

Suneet Patel

Business School student


Business courses

Places are also still available on our practical Law courses.

Clearing 2015

We have limited places left for full-time undergraduate courses starting in September 2015.

"I'm in a better place"

Marketing, Advertising and PR student Heather came to Birmingham City University through Clearing.

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Achieve your professional ambitions

Birmingham City Business School is a leading practice-based international business school. We offer over 40 highly innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses that are tailored to student and industry needs and wants.

We also offer ‘in-company’ and placement-based degrees that allow for a perfect mix of real-life experience and academic skills.

Business - BA (Hons)Business - BA (Hons)

This course offers a comprehensive introduction to the key disciplines of business, with final year options allowing you to develop the study of the areas most relevant to your career aims.

Martin Eley, Senior Lecturer

Martin's initial career was in management, delivering dynamic and progressive strategies, and operational effectiveness, as executive/director in major organisations, including British Gas, Goldfish and AA.

Placement experience

You will benefit from the opportunity to spend a year working in industry, allowing you to acquire invaluable, hands-on experience ahead of your career in business. Student Katherine Anley worked at Hyundai.

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