Birmingham City University
Birmingham | West Midlands
Ucas code: B25
What students say about this university1145 comments (314 students)
Budget your costs to ensure that you do not run short. The NHS bursary is good.Report
The facilities at the uni are brilliant.Report
2 days a weekNot over challengingExams, assignments and clinical assessmentsGood feedback from most lecturersFacilities are newReport
City North Campus (Perry Barr): Not close to any night life other than the campus pub and a wetherspoons. City centre is a 20...
City North Campus (Perry Barr): Not close to any night life other than the campus pub and a wetherspoons. City centre is a 20 min bus ride or a 10 min taxi.City South Campus (Edgbaston): Close to a few pubs. City centre is 10 mins bus ride or 5 min taxiCity Centre Campus: Lots of pubs and clubs for all music tastes. Popular student nights are thursdays.×
Better inclusion of and facilities for Access To Music studentsRehearsal space with piano and DAW facilities especially after...
Better inclusion of and facilities for Access To Music studentsRehearsal space with piano and DAW facilities especially after 8pmCheaper parking facilities for students×
1. I have a mentor awarded through the university 'Inspiring Futures' project. His advice has been invaluable for networking...
1. I have a mentor awarded through the university 'Inspiring Futures' project. His advice has been invaluable for networking with musicians, improving my DAW and vocal skills. I want to be an independent singer/songwriter in the music industry2. I have spoken to the Careers Advisor at the university and will attend the Creatives Careers fayre in April 2016. I can consult the university's careers advisors for up to three years after completing my degree.×
How students describe this university
Overall student satisfaction82%
of students are very or quite satisfied with this university
Number of students24,065
students attended last year
Undergraduate / Postgraduate82%
of students are undergrads
Full-time / Part-time21%
of students are part-time
Male / Female63%
of students are female
Young / Mature24%
of students aged over 21
UK / Non-UK12%
of students here are from outside the UK
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