Win the ultimate BCU Open Day experience
Coming to Birmingham for our Open Day on Sunday 25 November? Why not make a weekend of it whilst you’re here? We’re offering the ultimate Birmingham experience worth over £600 for free to one lucky winner.
So you can find out just what the UK’s second city has to offer, we're offering a night's stay in the four star city centre Clayton Hotel, a three course dinner for two at Tom's Kitchen, activities for up to four people at The Bear Grylls Adventure and £100 in High Street Shopping Vouchers in our ultimate Open Day competition.
All you need to do to enter is to register for our Open Day by Sunday 18 November 2018.
For more information please read the full terms and conditions
Win the ultimate BCU Open Day
Register your place by Sunday 18 November and you'll be entered into our draw to win.
Activities at The Bear Grylls Adventure
Start your weekend on Saturday 24 November with an adventure. Master four Basecamp challenges, then experience an indoor climbing experience like no other.
A meal for two at Tom's Kitchen
After working up an appetite at The Bear Grylls Adventure, we're treating you to a fancy three course meal at The Mailbox. The menu is designed by renowned chef Tom Aikens.
A night's stay at Clayton Hotel
Enjoy a night of luxury and breakfast in the four star Clayton Hotel on Saturday night. It's located just minutes from our City Centre Campus, so you'll be refreshed ready for our Open Day on Sunday.
£100 in High Street Vouchers
No-one needs an excuse for retail therapy, but how about £100 to spend in one of the City’s three shopping centres to get you started?
Josh from Manchester won our November Open Day ultimate weekend competition.
"I didn't expect BCU to be as impressive and new as it was. I spoke to the Head of the Accounting Department about my personal statement. I got better advice than I got at school. She told us exactly what she wanted to see, it was very helpful."
Ersan from London won our Open Day ultimate weekend competition in October.
"I found the city to be very student friendly and safe, as well as being full of attractions. Everyone at BCU was really friendly and it seemed like a very safe environment. I'll probably spend the shopping vouchers on clothes."