News and events
UNIVERSITY NEWS 05 JUN
Visitors to Birmingham City University’s Inspired Family Day on Saturday 9 June will be given the chance to star in their own play, design their own railway or take part in a range of...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 01 JUN
You may have heard the phrase “social sciences” thrown around a lot, in relation to subjects like criminology, psychology and sociology, without really knowing what it means. At a university...
OPINIONS 24 MAY
Birmingham City University criminologists Professor Elizabeth Yardley and Professor David Wilson discuss the release of a ‘school-shooting simulator’ video game and question whether we should be...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 MAY
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has opened a £5 million state-of-the-art collaborative space for businesses, artists and academics to work together on new innovative projects.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 MAY
BAFTA winner and social entrepreneur Akala confronts issues of race and class in a new book being launched at Birmingham City University next week.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 23 APR
The world’s largest festival of public science talks will see more than 30 scientists take the stage in pubs across Birmingham in May, discussing everything from dark matter and DNA to sex and...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 APR
From starring in your own play, jewellery making and designing your own railway, to science experiments, craft workshops and a Commonwealth Games-inspired sports day, Birmingham City University...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 APR
A group of academics will be flying the flag for Birmingham City University this weekend as they take part in the Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony.
OPINIONS 23 MAR
Being a researcher in our School of Social Sciences involves a lot of things, including presenting your work to your peers. Here, PhD researcher Shona Robinson-Edwards talks us through her...
OPINIONS 20 MAR
Dr Lily Hamourtziadou, a lecturer in Criminology and Security Studies within the School of Social Sciences, examines the fallout from the Iraq war, 15 years on.
OPINIONS 15 MAR
Criminology Lecturer Kevin Hoffin offers a small insight into his research into Black Metal Theory, this time exploring the theme of "decay" as a symbol of the music movement.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 MAR
A University Alumna is featured in a film recognising caste discrimination in the UK.