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City South Campus

City South Campus in Edgbaston, to the south of the City Centre, is home to our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences. We have a wide range of courses in health and social care, education (teacher training and non-teacher training), life sciences, and sport, and our students benefit from practical learning facilities – from a mock operating theatre and hospital wards, laboratories and sports clinics, and specialised education facilities. Our City South Campus consists of four buildings, Seacole Building, Bevan House, Ravensbury House and Harborne Road.

Seacole Building

Our health courses are taught in the £30 million Seacole Building, where state of the art facilities include a simulated operating theatre and hospital wards, a fully-equipped birthing room, a simulated home environment and a fully-functional radiography suite and 3D imaging diagnostic suite. A further £41 million investment in our Seacole building saw the creation of specialist laboratories for our new courses in sport and life sciences. 

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Bevan House

Careers+ is located in Bevan House, they support our students past and present to enhance their CV's and identify their key skills and explore the options available. Bevan house is named after Aneurin Bevan, the founder of the NHS and includes a lecture theatre, teaching rooms and staff offices. City South's Contemplation Room can used by students and staff of any faith or none and is located in Bevan House.

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Ravensbury House

Ravensbury House is home to our Research, Innovation and Enterprise Team. PGR students can make use of the space in Ravensbury House level 3 (also known as ‘The Attic’). The Anstey School of Physical Education used Ravensbury building for teaching between 1981-1984, memorabilia from the school is still available in the Anstey room within Ravensbury House. 

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Harborne Road

A £5 million expansion to our campus with a new building on Harborne Road will provide additional teaching and training space for more than 1,000 healthcare and education students. The new building will provide a host of additional teaching space for students in the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences. Our Skills Practice and Care Enhancement (SPACE) lab has been relocated into the new building to allow for further space for practice and support.

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Our facilities

We’ve spent £41million expanding and improving the health facilities at our City South campus. Our facilities offer hands-on practical experience with professional standard equipment across our sport, health and education courses.

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Getting to BCU

Planes, trains and automobiles? Birmingham is full of transport links! From the newly refurbished New Street Station, providing a way to work and study in Birmingham for people all across the country, to the newly extended Metro system, there are so many ways to get around.

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