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University showcases business expertise at leading learning event

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 28 SEPTEMBER 2010

Birmingham City University - one of the UK’s major universities with a distinctive focus on education and training, dynamic learning and research excellence - will be showcasing its impressive portfolio of accredited courses and bespoke training at this year’s World of Learning Conference and Exhibition, which will be taking place at Birmingham’s NEC between the 28th and 29th September 2010.

Birmingham City University has developed an excellent reputation in relation to the quality of its learning programmes and many students and businesses alike have benefitted from its professional, tailored approach.

Birmingham City Business School - with over 3,500 students and one of the longest established and most respected in the UK - has been instrumental in helping cement its credentials as a leading developer of bespoke courses, having delivered training solutions for the likes of A.F. Blakemore and Son Ltd, builders’ merchants Jewson and Mitchells & Butlers.

Julian Moore, Marketing Manager at Birmingham City University, said: “The World of Learning Conference and Exhibition provides the perfect platform for us to showcase our courses, training options and research activities, which are providing much needed insight into the many issues facing today’s modern business owner.

“We anticipate the exhibition to fulfill a number of objectives for us, including providing strategic leads for business development purposes, help raise the profile of Birmingham City Business School to over 200 blue chip companies, improve the profile of the business schools service offering with specific focus on Work Force Development, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and Placements and to improve the appreciation of the stature of research conducted across the University.”

Academic staff from Birmingham City Business School will be on hand to provide specialist advice and guidance on the range of opportunities available from the University. To discover how Birmingham City Business School can support your individual or business-related training needs, please come and see us at Stand F130. Alternatively, visit www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs for more information.

Photo: launch of the first ever Foundation Degree in Builders' Merchanting in conjunction with Jewson.

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