Your College Welcome is a chance to hear from some of the key staff you will get to know, as well as students from higher years who can answer questions and give you tips and advice for making the most…

This programme develops the skills, capabilities, and theoretical knowledge needed to support middle to senior leaders and project managers to become effective Systems Practitioners capable of leading systemic change. It is available as a standalone MSc, a Level 7 Apprenticeship…

Your College Welcome is a chance to hear from some of the key staff you will get to know, as well as students from higher years who can answer questions Associate Professor Anne-Marie Glover, Deputy Director of Education and give…

Your College Welcome is a chance to hear from some of the key staff you will get to know, as well as students from higher years who can answer questions and give you tips and advice for making the most…

Find out what an undergraduate Arts and Humanities degree from the University of Birmingham can do to help your future career. Choose from a wide range of employability focused courses including; Anthropology, Ancient History, Archaeology, Classics, Creative Writing, English Literature,…

Fall in with Shakespeare is a short course designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to study Shakespeare at postgraduate level. It develops a critical understanding of the playwright’s contribution to literary and theatrical history, and the place his…

Welcome to all the parents, guardians, and carers whose students are joining us to study this year. Join Jon Elsmore, Director of Student Affairs Prof Celia Greenway, Director of Student Engagement Acacia Matthews, Guild of Students President Drew Linforth, Assistant…

Maria Kolitsida a PhD Student in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences discusses her PhD on the topic of Self-Harm in Dance Students. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/mental-health/themes/suicide-selfharm-prevention.aspx #WSPD2022