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Birmingham City University

This is a partnership project between Birmingham City University and Arts Council England West Midlands. Based at a former industrial building on Eastside this new artist led gallery and production space will operate alongside a creative technology laboratory run by the University's Visualisation Research Unit. Eastside Projects will provide facilities and opportunities for practising visual artists to make and present work to the public, developing and encouraging local and regional artists to build links national and internationally.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £122,704
  • 2013-2014: £125,526
  • 2014-2015: £128,790

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American Internships at Birmingham City University's School of Law

The School of Law operates the UK’s largest student internship programme to the USA. Our students share their experiences on this unique placement scheme.

Art Based Master's Programme at Birmingham City University

At the School of Art we offer 10 MA courses as part of our Art Based Master's programme. Hear about these courses from students and lecturers. Find out more

A student tour of School of Art, Margaret Street

The School of Art’s inspiring Victorian design features original stained glass windows, mosaic floors, and hand-carved bannisters, alongside contemporary architecture. Our students give you a tour of the Margaret Street building.

Getting from Page to Stage at Birmingham School of Acting

See how Acting and Stage Management students transform a script into a massive, elaborate theatre performance. Interested in joining us? Visit Birmingham School of Acting at:

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The public benefit of research at Birmingham City University

How does the research at Birmingham City University benefit students , business and external organisations? Our expert researchers discuss the impact of their projects, including creating replicas of the Staffordshire Hoard.

Nursing Taster Day at Birmingham City University

If you've applied to study a nursing degree, come along to one of our taster days to experience role plays and lectures to see what it will be like to be a student nurse at Birmingham City University

What is creative non-fiction? School of English

Ian Marchant, Lecturer in Creative Writing at Birmingham City University's School of English gives his thoughts on what creative non-fiction is.

How to clear writers block - School of English

Anna Lawrence, Lecturer in Creative Writing at Birmingham City University's School of English, gives advice on becoming a writer.

Creative writing five top tips - School of English

Gregory Leadbetter, Reader in Literature and Creative Writing at Birmingham City University's School of English, gives his five top tips for creative writing.

Royal seal of approval for School of Jewellery

Following HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on their visit to Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery.

Very best wishes and Season's Greetings

Everyone at Birmingham City University hopes you have a fantastic holiday season.

MA Environmental and Spatial Planning: get connected to industry

Anna Rose of Rugby Borough Council and Oliver Dove of Lichfield City Council explain how the MA Environmental and Spatial Planning provides you with the skills and know-how employers in the industry need.

Studying a Media Course at Birmingham City University

See the range of undergraduate degree courses on offer at Birmingham School of Media, one of the highest rated media schools in the UK -

Future Media courses at Birmingham School of Media

See how you could become a digital media expert by studying Future Media at the Birmingham School of Media

Highlights on Research: Johannes Tinctoris and medieval music notation

Ronald Woodley from Birmingham Conservatoire discusses his research into late medieval and early Renaissance musical notation. He looks at the writings of the fifteenth-century musician Johannes Tinctoris, and explains how his new online edition and translation helps us understand the music of the period.

Birmingham Rocks

Birmingham Rocks Festival features performances from unsigned bands, including Speaking in Shadows, Fiction Lies and Brains for Breakfast from 11am – 6pm at Studio A, Parkside Building. Students from the School of Digital Media Technology will work at the festival, gaining valuable experience in the delivery of live music events, while showcasing their skills to Open Day visitors. In association with Gigster Promotions.

Welcome Week at Birmingham City University #bringonbcu

New students at Birmingham City University tell us what they have been doing to #bringonbcu during their first week.

Making healthcare students more employable - a seminar at Birmingham City University

The Higher Education Academy hosted a seminar at Birmingham City University's Faculty of Health in April 2014, exploring how we can help our healthcare students be more employable after graduating. See more about the event:

Exhibit This - Birmingham City University media student exhibition

Exhibit this celebrates the success of our undergraduate School of Media and English students as they exhibit their final year projects. It is an excellent opportunity for them to network with potential employers.

Support for students with dyslexia at Birmingham City University

Find out about the support on offer at Birmingham City University for students with dyslexia.

Disabled students' welcome day at Birmingham City University

Meet other disabled students and get tips and advice for your first few weeks at Birmingham City University with our Disabled Students' Welcome Day.

The Placement Experience - Child Nursing

A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.

The Staffordshire Hoard - creating the replicas

Experts at the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre, part of Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery, demonstrate the steps they took to recreate some of the items of the Staffordshire Hoard - one of the world's largest collections of Anglo-Saxon gold found in a field in Staffordshire.

The Staffordshire Hoard - Research at Birmingham City University

The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork ever found, anywhere in the world. It consists of more than 3,500 items, hundreds of which can be viewed at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (BMAG). Researchers at Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery created a series of replicas, which are used as handling exhibits.

School of Law graduate frees Meriam Ibrahim - Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University law graduate Mohamed Elshareef helped to free Meriam Ibrahim in Sudan after she was sentenced to death for apostasy and sexual immorality. More about the School of Law:

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