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Visiting our Campus

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We understand that when you’re planning to visit our campus you might need to be able to plan our journey in advance. So we’ve detailed the information you might need below, broken down by campus.

City Centre campus

All buildings in our City Centre campus have step-free access and accessible facilities. There is a public car park on our campus which has designated spaces for disabled visitors.

Find out more information about the Millennium Point multi-storey car park.

The nearest train stations (Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street) are less than a mile away. If you wish to get a taxi from the station ask to be dropped off at the Curzon building on Cardigan Street – this will put you in the heart of our City Centre Campus.

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City South campus

Our City South campus has step-free access and accessibility facilities as well as designated parking for disabled visitors on-site.

The nearest train station (Five Ways) is less than half a mile away.

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Margaret Street campus – School of Art

The main entrance to our School of Art is accessed via steps. There is a lift at the front of the building, you will need to use the buzzer to request access, and someone from Security will help you.

The nearest train station (Birmingham New Street) is less than half a mile away.

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Vittoria Street campus – School of Jewellery

The main entrance is accessed via steps. There is a lift in the foyer of the building which is located to the right after you go through the first set of doors. There will be staff available at Reception who can assist you if needed.

The nearest train station is Jewellery Quarter which is 0.2 miles away, and Birmingham New Street (Birmingham’s main central train station) is just under one mile away.

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Open Days - Saturday 2 and 23 October 2021

Our Open Days are designed to give you personalised information about your chosen subject area, where you can hear from tutors and see our campus and facilities in more detail. Our next Open Day is on Saturday 2 October.

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