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Student support

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Mental health and wellbeing

Our professional health and wellbeing services offer support for your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

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Disability support team

Our disability support team will be able to work with you to find the support you need, and liaise with your course team.

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Centre for Academic Success

We're sure that you will want to make the best of every opportunity at Birmingham City University, and we're here to help you.

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Finance

Finance is one of the key issues when deciding to take a higher education course, we offer help and support to help give you a smooth transition.

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Child care

Our child care adviser, located in student support, is at hand to offer help and support whatever your child care requirements, whilst you are studying.

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Care leavers

The University has a dedicated package of support for students who come from a background in care – BCU’s five commitments to care leavers.

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Current students can find us on iCity

Student Support information is available on our student portal, iCity (a university login is required).

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Visas and Immigration

If you currently live in your home country you will need to apply for entry clearance before coming to the UK.

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Careers+

The Careers+ service aims to help develop and improve the employability of our students and graduates.


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Student Mentoring Programmes

Our programmes are designed to help students achieve their potential through trusting relationships with professionals.

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Library and learning resources

Library and Learning Resources has four libraries: Curzon, Mary Seacole, School of Art and School of Jewellery. Each of these contains a wealth of printed material to support the course taught at their respective campus. A variety of study space is available.

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