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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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Ben Stones graduate of BA (Hons) Media and Communication - Radio

Birmingham School of Media graduate Ben Stones now works at BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music. In this clip, Ben explains how he added to his radio skills with other specialist modules offered by the course. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/media-and-communication-radio

Welcome to Birmingham City Business School

Birmingham City Business School is one of the longest-established and best-respected business schools in the UK. We have around 100 full-time staff and more than 3,300 students working and studying in three schools: Management and HR, Accountancy and Finance and Business and Marketing. Every year 87,000 new business graduates enter the competitive job market -- with a business degree from Birmingham City Business School you will stand out from the crowd.

IT Help - How To Use File Storage On Site

Part of a series of 'how-to' videos to help you with IT tasks at Birmingham City University. See more at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA48VtqO8KeeUpi_Kx6VLp_vJWdHvH_Jd

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IT Help - How To Use File Storage Off Site

Part of a series of 'how-to' videos to help you with IT tasks at Birmingham City University. See more at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA48VtqO8KeeUpi_Kx6VLp_vJWdHvH_Jd

IT Help - Connecting to Eduroam via Windows 7

Part of a series of 'how-to' videos to help you with IT tasks at Birmingham City University. See more at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA48VtqO8KeeUpi_Kx6VLp_vJWdHvH_Jd

IT Help - mobile printing

Part of a series of 'how-to' videos to help you with IT tasks at Birmingham City University. See more at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA48VtqO8KeeUpi_Kx6VLp_vJWdHvH_Jd

Paper exhibition commemorates World War One centenary

Students at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design have created a poignant exhibition made of paper and cardboard to commemorate 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War

Trends Exhibition held at INTERIORS UK 2014

Birmingham City University's Trends Exhibition held in January at INTERIORS UK 2014, at the NEC, is now in its sixth year.

Visitors give feedback on our Careers Day

Our guests were invited to the state-of-the-art The Parkside Building to find out more about our courses and our focus on employability.

Why should digital marketeers take our Future Media Masters degree?

Future Media (http://www.futuremedia.me) is a finishing school for digital communications strategists, brand managers, producers and developers from Birmingham City University. Designed by digital agencies such as McCann (http://www.mccannbirmingham.co.uk/), Future Media: Pro MA/MSc is an intensive, one year masters degree course that gives you hands-on digital marketing experience working on real ad briefs for multinational clients as part of the Future Media 'agency'. To find out more or apply head to: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/pme/nti/futuremedia/courses/pro

Student accommodation: City South Campus

Learn more about the student accommodation option for students at our City South Campus.

Student accommodation: The Coppice

Learn more about The Coppice, one of the options for students at our City North Campus.

Student accommodation: Jennens Court

Curzon Gateway is one of the options for those studying at our City Centre Campus.

The Doug Ellis Sports Centre

Into sports? Why don't you join the Doug Ellis Sports Centre? It's next door to our City North Campus and it has a lot to offer you.

Student accommodation: Curzon Gateway

Curzon Gateway is one of the options for those studying at our City Centre Campus.

Student accommodation: Oscott Gardens

Learn more about Oscott Gardens, one of the options for students at our City North Campus.

Cancer Awareness - Treatment

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Testicular Cancer

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Cervical Cancer

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Breast Cancer

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Skin cancer

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Cancer in young people

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

Cancer Awareness - Signs and symptoms

More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. At The Faculty of Health, we see it as our responsibility to offer advice and increase awareness and we hope, as a prospective health professional, you feel the same way. Our senior lecturer, Alison Simons, with the help of other staff and students, delivers cancer awareness sessions to local schools, colleges, students and staff at Birmingham City University and was even invited to talk to a local football team. As well as offering free hands-on advice, we have developed this series of films to help raise cancer awareness. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/news/university-staff-launch-school-cancer-talks

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