our facilities

We've invested over £400 million in our campus and facilities. Whether it's our state-of-the-art Parkside Building which includes the largest concentration of TV studios between London and Salford or the simulated operating theatre and hospital wards at our City South Campus, we're making sure you have the best possible space to learn. Take a look at our facilities below.

Curzon Building

Business, Law, Social Sciences and English

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

Arts, Design and Media

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

Millennium Point

Computing, Engineering and Built Environment

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. 


School of Computing and Digital Technology

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.

City South Campus

Health, Education and Life Sciences

City South Campus in Edgbaston, to the south of the City Centre, is home to our health and social care courses. Our £41 million building is the home of our innovative simulation spaces for healthcare students, life sciences labs and subject specific spaces for teaching. Our students learn in the most realistic settings – from a mock operating theatre and hospital wards to a fully equipped birthing room and virtual radiotherapy suite.

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire


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

Ruskin Hall


Ruskin Hall is a Grade II listed building in the heart of Bournville Village, a leafy suburb just 10 minutes from Birmingham City Centre. Ruskin Hall boasts high-quality rehearsal spaces as well as social and study areas.

Vittoria Street

School of Jewellery

The internationally renowned School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University is the largest in Europe, with unrivalled facilities and expertise to develop your career.

Margaret street

School of Art

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.

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Find your home from home at BCU. We offer eight halls of residence options, ranging from on-campus to inner-city living. You can take a virtual tour of each accommodation option to find the one for you.

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Read our admission FAQs to get your application questions answered. If your question isn’t covered, we have all the details of how to get in touch.

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Student Support

From disability and mental health support to CV and job interview training, BCU ensures you have all you need during your time here – and beyond – to succeed and flourish in your studies and career.

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Social Media

Follow our social media channels and discover more about life at BCU, including what the University and city will offer you if you study here.

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Open Days

When possible, the best way to explore what's on offer is to come and see us in person, and we host a number of Open Days throughout the year. Come and be taught by our trailblazing academics and study in our innovative £400m facilities.

Open days