Birmingham City University

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Birmingham City University combines innovative teaching and learning, sector-leading student support and effective partnerships with some of the country's leading employers. With a history stretching back to 1843, the University now has two main campuses in the city of Birmingham, which are currently benefitting from a £260 million investment programme.

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Birmingham City University delivers high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for it's students. It consistently exceeds rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
Student Population
Female / Male Students
62% Female
38% Male
Full / Part Students
83% Full Time
17% Part Time
International Students
88% Domestic
12% International
Stats from HESA

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20 January 2019

Good library facilities which is open 24 hours. Brand new buildings with lots of computers to use. Friendly helpful staff and lecturers.

20 January 2019

I am situated in the edgbaston campus which is where all the social sciences are taught such as sports science, radiography and biomedical science. The campus was recently built and is very attractive. The inside of he building is just as nice. The library is in the centre of the building on the ground floor and is a very nice, large space to do your work, including a quiet area for those who need to concentrate more. There is an ask desk where students and staff can go to ask any questions regarding the university or personal questions from career to mental health problems and there is always someone there to help.

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Birmingham City University
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B42 2SU
United Kingdom