Our Campuses

We've invested over £400 million in our campus and facilities. From state-of-the-art TV studios to simulated operating theatres and hospital wards, we're making sure you have the best possible space to learn. Explore our buildings below.

Curzon Building

Quick find by postcode: B4 7BD

The Curzon Building is at the heart of our City Centre Campus. It features modern facilities including our psychology labs, mock court room and City Trading Room.

Parkside Building

Quick find by postcode: B4 7BD

The Parkside Building is part of the City Centre Campus expansion and provides a state-of-the art home for the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (ADM), incorporating the Parkside Media House

Seacole Building

Quick find by postcode: B15 3TN

Based on our City South Campus in Edgbaston, the Seacole Building is home to our health and social care courses. Featuring innovative simulation spaces for healthcare students, life sciences labs and subject specific spaces for teaching as well as mock operating theatres, hospital wards, birthing rooms and more.


Quick find by postcode: B4 7XG

Millennium Point is home to our engineering and built environment courses, and currently is where some of our computing and digital technology facilities are located. It's also home to Birmingham Thinktank, an award winning science museum. 


Quick find by postcode: B4 7XR

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s £57 million teaching and performance facility offers unrivalled opportunities for our students.


Quick find by postcode: B4 7RQ

Our brand new £70 million building, STEAMhouse, provides a new teaching and learning space for our computing and digital technology students, as well as the chance for students to learn from businesses in residency.

Margaret Street

Quick find by postcode: B3 3BX

Our Grade 1 listed building is a superb combination of Venetian Gothic architecture and modern workshops, learning and social areas, a specialist arts library, and public exhibition space.

Vittoria Street

Quick find by postcode: B1 3PA

The largest jewellery school in Europe stands right at the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter, where much of the jewellery made in Britain today is manufactured.