Built Environment students have been visiting construction sites across Birmingham, from Centenary Square, Paradise Birmingham to Arena Central – all of which are undergoing massive transformation.
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Emma added, “Our Built Environment students are ambassadors for the University, and site visits give them the opportunity and ability to shine within the industry before they leave us to enter the world of work.”
Colby Woodall, a BSc Property Development and Planning student, has been taking part in site visits as part of his course and had this to say:
“Visiting sites is a motivating experience and has helped me realise how soon I’ll be working in industry and experiencing exciting working opportunities. The conversations I’ve had with professionals has given me valuable insights into the industry.”
Check out Emma’s photos of Birmingham’s skyline featuring two of Birmingham’s landmark buildings; the Library of Birmingham and the Rotunda building. See Birmingham’s built environment.