The campus has 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, university assures to provide fast and vibrant learning spaces. Each campus has its own unique structure and facilities based on the school/department being studied.
The Curzon Building is a state-of-the-art addition to our City Centre Campus. Business, law, social sciences, and English are being taught in this building. It is characterized by modern facilities including our psychology labs, mock courtroom and CITY trading room.
Millennium Point is home for computing, engineering and built environment courses, and the university has recently invested £6.5 million to upgrade its facilities. It's also home to Birmingham Think-tank, an award-winning science museum.
City South Campus in Edgbaston, to the south of the City Centre which offers courses and facilities related to health and social care. The new £41 million building is the home of specialist laboratories for innovative courses in sport and life sciences and our School of Education. Students are encouraged to have a practical learning approach from a mock operating theatre and hospital wards to a fully equipped birthing room and virtual radiotherapy suite.
The 'Parkside Building' is fragment of the City Centre Campus extension and offers the Faculty of Arts, Design, and Media (ADM), integrating the Parkside Media House.
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire features 9,000 sq. m of purpose-designed teaching, rehearsal, and state of the art performance space. The audio and video digital infrastructure are premeditated to augment and support live performance and to allow students to experiment with innovative technologies.
School of Art places students in the heart of the city's thriving cultural quarter, which includes the new Library of Birmingham, and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
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.
The internationally well-known School of Jewelry at Birmingham City University is the largest in Europe, with unparalleled amenities and expertise in the relevant field.