Birmingham City University is constantly looking at ways to improve the student experience. Recent changes include:
- A new GBP 41 million extension to the City South Campus, which opened in 2018. It includes specialist laboratories for Sports and Life Sciences students, as well as broader social learning spaces and classrooms that sees Education students developing as future educators. The campus also has a lecture theatre and a café.
- In 2017, the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire music building opened at the City Centre Campus. The centre of the new complex is the 500-seat concert hall and there are five public performance spaces in total, plus rehearsal and training spaces. It is the first new, purpose-built conservatoire in the UK for over 30 years, and includes the only permanent jazz space in any UK conservatoire.
Birmingham City University provides updates to any changes across the university relating to COVID-19. Prospective students should use this information source to understand any changes that will impact future study at the University.