With more than 7,500 students, University College Birmingham today is unrecognisable from the small Victorian classes where it all started.
Today, hospitality managers, aviation executives, dazzling hairdressers and makeup artists, educators, chefs, bakers, tourism industry experts, business leaders and creative entrepreneurs learn skills for life at a university hailed for its vocational training, academic achievements and cultural diversity.
We have invested £130 million in our campuses and facilities, including building McIntyre House and Moss House, since 2014. These ambitious projects represent a bold statement of intent beyond the dreams of Birmingham’s early educational pioneers.
University College Birmingham comprises four schools, which are responsible for delivering courses to students at all levels of study. They are: College of Food and Hospitality Management; Business School; School of Education, Health and Community and School of Sport and Creative Services.