The Centre for the Study of Practice and Culture in Education is an inclusive, playful, experimental research collective that interacts closely and dynamically with Birmingham City University’s community of nationally renowned practitioner education programmes. CSPACE supports the development and fruition of the research ideas of BCU staff, students and people from the communities that the University serves. A central principle of CSPACE is that practice-based research is a key aspect of the professional identity of health and education practitioners. Practitioner research is a vital form of knowledge production that needs to be fed back into the policy-making cycle.
B-MERG brings multiple faculties together to research music-based teaching and learning under one umbrella. The group is concerned with all styles, genres and traditions of music.Find out more
CiERG aims to empower children, young people and families by increasing understanding and provision of education services in the wider cultural context of their lives.Find out more
The core research mission of PERG is to interrogate and challenge dominant ideologies, practices and discourses in the field of teacher education/teacher learning.Find out more
Find out more about our research environment and what it's like to work as a researcher in education at BCU. You can also find out more about PhD opportunities.Find out more
Birmingham City University is home to a wealth of knowledge and our staff have considerable experience of working within an education and social work setting.Find out more
The Centre for the Study of Practice and Culture in Education runs a variety of research seminars, conferences and more across the centre. View our latest events and news to see how our research impacts the wider world.Find out more
If you have any questions about our research, current projects or research events feel free to get in touch.Email us
Want to speak to a member of our research team? Call us on the number below.
+44 (0)121 331 6413
Interested in a research collaboration or consultancy? Contact our team and we'll attempt to link you with an academic who's alligned with your interests.Email us