Travelling to the University
Our £41 million expansion of the University’s City South Campus will provide specialist laboratories and teaching spaces for our new suite of courses in sport and life sciences.
Birmingham City University comprises three main campuses, with additional sites located throughout the city.
Click on the links to find out more about facilities, latest developments, accessibility and parking at each campus, along with maps and travel directions.
Find your campus
Please use our “building finder” if you know the name of the building you want, but are unsure of the campus.
Buildings at City Centre Campus...
- Curzon Building
- Millennium Point
- Parkside Building
- Joseph Priestley Building
- University House (close to City Centre Campus on Bartholomew Row)
Buildings at City North Campus...
- Atwood Building
- Baker Building
- Doug Ellis Sports Centre
- Kenrick Building
- The Pavillion
- The Den
Buildings at City South Campus...
- Seacole Building
City North Campus
Based in Perry Barr, including the Doug Ellis Sports Centre
City North Campus >>
City Centre Campus
The Curzon Building, Millennium Point and The Parkside Building
City Centre Campus >>
City South Campus
The home of our health courses in Edgbaston
City South Campus >>
Home to our Vice-Chancellor's Office and NTI Birmingham.
University House >>
Home to Birmingham City University International College
A purpose-built facility for corporate and social events
The Pavilion >>
Near to Symphony Hall and adjacent to the City's Town Hall
Birmingham Conservatoire >>
Birmingham School of Art, Margaret Street
Our purpose-built art school in the heart of the city centre
Birmingham School of Art >>
In the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter
School of Jewellery >>