From Birmingham Government School of Design formed in October 1843, see how we've transformed into the modern university of today. We've also compiled a list of 175 Brummies Who Inspire to mark the occasion.Read more
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Whether you're social, creative or ambitious at heart, be you at Birmingham City University. There's so much going on in Birmingham – from the buzzy street markets to the unmissable transformation of the whole city - you'll be at the heart of it all! Experience our state-of-the-art facilities at one of our Open Days in 2018.Register your interest
How do I enrol? What's on during BCU's Big Welcome? We've got all the info and advice you need for starting at BCU.Find out more
We have seven halls of residence offering a range of on campus and inner city living.Find out more
Whether you’re moving to Birmingham or you’re a Brummie at heart, there’s so much to student life here to explore.Find out more
The new £57 million music college has been recognised in the Excellence and Innovation in the Arts category.Read more
New research into one of the most influential videogame characters of all time reveals as much about contemporary capitalism as it does about the history of gaming.Read more
Birmingham City University has announced it will be launching new partnerships with a much-loved children’s hospice and a specialist women’s aid organisation, after naming its first two ‘I am BCU Chosen Charities’.Read more
Students and graduates from Birmingham City University’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire are celebrating after achieving critical success at the world’s largest arts festival, The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.Read more
Gender, media and sexuality scholars from across the country will gather at Birmingham City University on Wednesday 12 September for a day of discussion and research presentations on masculinity.Read more