Social Sciences Applicant Taster Days
- Criminology timetable
- Psychology timetable
- Sociology timetable
- Day's Activities
- Getting Here
Applicant Taster Days are by invitation only.
How it works
1You should have received an email on how to register your place.
2You will need the username and password from the email.
Not received an email?
If you haven’t yet been invited to attend one of our Applicant Taster Days and you have been offered a place to study at Birmingham City University, please let us know.
Our Applicant Taster Days are designed to give you a richer and deeper understanding of what it’s like to study at Birmingham City School of Social Sciences.
You will have the chance to find out much more detail about your course, tour our outstanding facilities and accommodation, and meet teaching staff and current students studying on your degree.
All this will put you in a good position to make a decision about studying with us and your future.
Our exclusive Applicant Taster Days will be hosted at our new Curzon Building based in our City Centre Campus, giving you a real feel of what it’s like to be a student in the heart of Birmingham.
There’ll also be an opportunity on the day to ask questions about finance, student support and admissions requirements.
Due to the number of applicants invited to our Applicant Taster Days, we request that you please limit the number of guests you bring with you to one only.
Please also be advised that guests will not be able to attend the subject related talks and activities. This ensures that we are able to cater for everybody’s needs and allows all our potential students the most fulfilling day possible.
Applicant Taster Day dates 2018:
- Saturday 3 February
- Saturday 10 March
- Wednesday 21 March
- Saturday 21 April (excluding Black Studies)
Get £150 free credit for books and other learning materials
The University is offering new Home and EU students enrolling in the 2018/19 academic year £150 credit to spend, giving you the best possible start to life at BCU.