Birmingham City University

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Birmingham City University

is a forward-looking university of approximately 25,000 students, spread across eight campuses around the
city, making it one of the largest and liveliest universities in the county. Courses have a strong focus on relevance for the job market and there is an
excellent careers service. In the latest research assessment exercise, the university was placed in a “supergroup” of rising-star modern universities at
the forefront of research excellence.

Fees

Visit the Birmingham City University website for details of its fees for 2014-15.

Bursaries/Scholarships

The university will be offering National Scholarships to a number of students from low-income backgrounds. Details for 2015 will be published at bcu.ac.uk/nationalscholarships

Accommodation

Applicants are guaranteed a room in halls of residence for their first year, provided they have accepted an offer on a full-time course, do not live in
Birmingham and apply by the start of the autumn term. This does not apply to students who apply through Clearing. For other applicants, accommodation is
subject to availability. Most halls are self-catering, and 2014-15 prices range from £98 to £132 a week.

Facilities

The Seacole building at City South campus houses state-of-the-art learning equipment, such as virtual hospital wards, simulation dummies and a mock
operating theatre. There is an £8m sports centre comprising a sports hall and an 80-station fitness suite at the City North campus and a further
£180m is being invested in creating a major city-centre campus in the central eastside district of Birmingham.

Transport

Birmingham is easy to get to by road or rail.


Birmingham City University

is a forward-looking university of approximately 25,000 students, spread across eight campuses around the
city, making it one of the largest and liveliest universities in the county. Courses have a strong focus on relevance for the job market and there is an
excellent careers service. In the latest research assessment exercise, the university was placed in a “supergroup” of rising-star modern universities at
the forefront of research excellence.

Fees

Visit the Birmingham City University website for details of its fees for 2014-15.

Bursaries/Scholarships

The university will be offering National Scholarships to a number of students from low-income backgrounds. Details for 2015 will be published at bcu.ac.uk/nationalscholarships

Accommodation

Applicants are guaranteed a room in halls of residence for their first year, provided they have accepted an offer on a full-time course, do not live in
Birmingham and apply by the start of the autumn term. This does not apply to students who apply through Clearing. For other applicants, accommodation is
subject to availability. Most halls are self-catering, and 2014-15 prices range from £98 to £132 a week.

Facilities

The Seacole building at City South campus houses state-of-the-art learning equipment, such as virtual hospital wards, simulation dummies and a mock
operating theatre. There is an £8m sports centre comprising a sports hall and an 80-station fitness suite at the City North campus and a further
£180m is being invested in creating a major city-centre campus in the central eastside district of Birmingham.

Transport

Birmingham is easy to get to by road or rail.