Computing, Engineering and the Built EnvironmentSOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF TOMORROW, TODAY
Birmingham City University's Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment applies abstract intelligence to making a better, safer, smarter society.Our schools
About the faculty
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and The Built Environment (CEBE) is located at the City Centre Campus. It comprises of two schools that, together, are able to respond dynamically to the multiple modern technological challenges posed by fast-paced industries.
School of Computing and Digital Technology
The School of Computing and Digital Technology is recognised internationally for the high quality of our teaching, research and extensive industry partnerships, and have established ourselves as one of the leading academies for Microsoft and Cisco Systems.
School of Engineering
The School of Engineering offers a wide range of courses that benefit from active engagement with regional, national and international industry - giving students the best possible introduction to modern engineering.
School of the Built Environment
The School of the Built Environment is dedicated to the teaching of future professionals. Our core activity is educating professionals for a technical, ethical, economic, political and social world where the built and natural environment forms the context for human activity.
Our brand new £70 million pound building, STEAMhouse, is the new home for the School of Computing and Digital Technology.More about STEAMhouse
I AM BCU
Learn about the inspirational stories of our current students within the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.Read our stories
PART TIME STUDY?
Many of our Engineering and Built Environment courses can be studied on a part time basisFIND OUT MORE