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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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Information and Communications Technology student placement – BOA

Burhan Baazab is a BSc (Hons) Information and Communications Technology student at Birmingham City University. He has just completed a placement year at Birmingham Ormiston Academy. Hear his experiences. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/information-and-communication-technology

Interior Design MA at Birmingham City University

MA Interior Design at Birmingham City University embraces the truth that true creative spirit is born out of a radical review of the interior design process... and as such it is determined to facilitate opportunities to continuously develop creative activities and professional experiences that act as a catalyst for reflection, exploration, debate and the strategic management of the multi-facetted aspects that determine interior design processes. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/interior-design-ma

Design Management MA at Birmingham City University

The study of Design Management isn't simply about the management of design or designers, it provides the knowledge and skills to work with, and communicate effectively across design and business disciplines. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/design-management

BCU Racing Team take part in Formula Student competition

The IMechE’s annual Formula Student event sees universities from all over the world competing in a four day racing event at the world-famous Silverstone. Students on Birmingham City University's Motorsports Technology, Automotive Engineering and Mechanical Engineering degrees have the opportunity to take part in the project. Students join the BCU Racing team to design and build a Formula Student car to compete at Silverstone. This video shows the 2014 BCU Racing team in action. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/tee/edms

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Music Technology student placement - Dolby

Daniel Saunders is a BSc (Hons) Music Technology student at Birmingham City University. He has just completed a placement year at Dolby. Hear his experiences. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/music-technology

Music Technology BSc (Hons) - graduate Rishabh Agarwal

Rishabh Agarwal graduated from Birmingham City University's BSc (Hons) Music Technology undergraduate degree course in 2009. He is now a Sound Engineer at Famous Studios in Mumbai. He tells us how the course helped him in his career. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/music-technology

Birmingham City University working with business - Walsall Housing Group

Birmingham City University assists thousands of businesses, large and small, through high-quality research consultancy, with individual solutions tailored specifically to your company. We offer ‘off the shelf’ management and professional development programmes and can design bespoke training courses to meet your organisations requirements. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs/services-for-business

Birmingham City University working with business - Transicon

Birmingham City University assists thousands of businesses, large and small, through high-quality research consultancy, with individual solutions tailored specifically to your company. We offer ‘off the shelf’ management and professional development programmes and can design bespoke training courses to meet your organisations requirements. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs/services-for-business

Birmingham City University working with business - Phil Upton

Birmingham City University assists thousands of businesses, large and small, through high-quality research consultancy, with individual solutions tailored specifically to your company. We offer ‘off the shelf’ management and professional development programmes and can design bespoke training courses to meet your organisations requirements. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs/services-for-business

Birmingham City University working with business - East End Foods

Birmingham City University assists thousands of businesses, large and small, through high-quality research consultancy, with individual solutions tailored specifically to your company. We offer ‘off the shelf’ management and professional development programmes and can design bespoke training courses to meet your organisations requirements. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs/services-for-business

The Placement Experience - Paramedic Science

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. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/paramedic-science-bsc-hons

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Disability Support Team

Dawn Loizou, Rebecca Pickering and Lydia Chaplain, Birmingham City University's Project Team of the Year, talk about how their work is helping to improve the university experience for students with disabilities.

Music Technology student Laura at graduation

Laura Mackie reflects on her experience on the BSc (Hons) Music Technology course at Birmingham City University as she celebrates her graduation.

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Steven Chamberlain

Personal Tutor of the Year Steven Chamberlain discusses the importance of student-led teaching awards and the best ways of helping students to get the most out of their course at Birmingham City University.

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Emma Noble

Emma Noble, student winner of the Vice-Chancellor and Students’ Union President’s Award, speaks about her pride in winning Birmingham City University’s flagship student award and how her studies have helped prepare her for a career in law.

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Kate McInerney

Kate McInerney, Postgraduate Student of the Year 2013/14 at Birmingham City University, speaks about her pride in winning the award and her work with local school children.

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Simon Walker

Lecturer Simon Walker talks about his delight in being named Engaging and Inspiring Teacher of the Year at Birmingham City University and his role in turning “the unintelligible into the intelligible”.

Extra Mile Awards 2013/14 – Winner: Linda Watts

Linda Watts, staff winner of the Vice-Chancellor and Students’ Union President’s Award, explains the important role of support staff and her surprise at winning Birmingham City University’s flagship staff award.

Mooting Society at Birmingham City University's School of Law

Taking part in the Mooting Society at Birmingham City University's School of Law will help you to become more employable and attain a good degree. Hear how our students have benefitted from taking part in one of the most successful mooting societies in England. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/law

Why choose Birmingham City University through Clearing?

If you do not receive the results that you expected or did better than you hoped, you may be able to find a course at Birmingham City University through Clearing. Our hotline will open on Thursday 14 August 2014 at 8am. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/clearing

The BCU Clearing Guide: The Clearing process

In the fourth video of this series, our experts explain the process for people applying to University through either Clearing or Adjustment.

The BCU Clearing Guide: Which course should I choose?

Applying through Clearing? In the fifth video of this series, our experts tell you about what to bear in mind so that you choose the right course for you.

The BCU Clearing Guide: Should I take a gap year?

In the third video of this series, our experts talk to you about the advantages and disadvantages of taking a gap year.

The BCU Clearing Guide: Advice from students

In the final video of this series, our students offer you some useful advice based on their experiences of the Clearing process.

The BCU Clearing Guide: Should I go to University?

In the second part of this video series, our experts discuss whether University is right for you. They also tell you about the advantages of doing a degree.

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B30 2AA

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