When you join Birmingham City University, the first thing you will notice is the high standard of our campuses. With an investment of £340 million across our buildings and facilities, we are committed to giving you the very best learning environment to help shape your experience.
Discover your bright and open learning spaces, your 24/7 library, drama, media and radio studios, along with state of the art lecture theatres,and a variety of sociable break-out areas, all adding to your unique learning experience.
The Curzon Building
Our English courses are primarily taught in the Curzon Building, a £63 million development, located on our City Centre campus, in the vibrant second city that is Birmingham.
Curzon Library is our biggest library, with two floors of books, journals and AV resources. As an English student, the library is situated in the same building in which you'll be taught, so you'll be able to access all the resources you need easily.
Our dedicated Drama studio is used extensively by students taking drama related modules. It features a separate technical room for students to control the light, sound and ambience. Some of our previous students have performed in groups to transfer original Greek myth transcripts into performance pieces and have also looked at Medieval and Renaissance plays’ staging, costume, cultural influences and linguistic techniques.
Our City Centre campus is full of comfortable and bright spaces in which you can study or relax. The Curzon B study space has many nooks, communal areas and desks for you to finish off your assignments or unwind after a long day of lectures.