Birmingham City Universityhttp://www.bcu.ac.uk/
Birmingham City University was established by statute in March 1992. Since last year’s report, the number of full-time students has increased by 2.7 percent while the number of part-time students has decreased by 11.4 percent. The main reason for this fluctuation in number is the reduced intake of FE students accentuated by a switch in demand of health-related courses and course closure because of faculty re-organisation.
Birmingham City University has eight faculties, including Birmingham School of Acting, Birmingham City University Conservatoire, Birmingham City University Institute of Art & Design, UCE Business School, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health, Faculty of Law, Humanities, development and Society, and Technology Innovation Centre. Birmingham City University’s virtual learning Environment (VLE), known as “Moodle,” is quickly becoming an integrated and invaluable part of the University’s teaching and learning experience.
Birmingham City University provides a whole range of services and facilities for students, staff, and visitors. The University offers a wide range of full-time and part-time courses. Apart from the normal bachelor’s and master’s degrees, the university also offers a range of professional courses. The Birmingham City University is one of the UK's largest universities, with some 25,000 students and eight teaching sites in and around the city of Birmingham. At present, the university has students from over 80 countries outside the EU, with significant numbers from the Far East, Africa, and the Indian sub-continent.
Birmingham City University
Perry Barr, B42 2SU, Birmingham
Warwickshire, West Midlands Region
Tel: 01213 31 5595, Fax: 0121 331 7994