Birmingham City Business School (BCBS) is one of the longest established and most respected Business Schools in the UK. With over 23,500 students from over 80 countries, it is internationally recognized and provides practice-based learning alongside links to services and business.
The Business School enjoys enormous respect in all areas of teaching and research. Located at the University’s City North Campus, just a few miles from the City Centre, Birmingham City Business School is one of the six faculties in the University.
The Business School received high recognition and accreditation for the quality of academic programmes from leading professional bodies.
There are nearly 100 full-time academic staff as well as significant number of associates who regularly contribute insights drawn from their commercial and professional experiences to the delivery of the Business School’s programmes.
The Faculty has more than 3,200 students, with over 2,500 on undergraduate programmes and around 700 students on undergraduate and professional programmes.
Compared to any other UK University, Birmingham City University saw the biggest increase in students applying for places in September 2009; an increase of 35.6 percent compared to a national average of 8 percent.
Over 23,500 undergraduate, post-graduate, professional and in-company students drawn from over 80 countries.
One of the UK’s top 10 Universities for spending on facilities. (Complete University Guide 2013)
27th of 124 Universities for the most students in graduate level jobs (Sunday Times University Guide 2013).
Times Higher Education award winner for Best International Strategy (2011), Outstanding Support for Students (2010) and Outstanding Recruitment Campaign (2009). Also nominated in 2011 for Outstanding Support for Students and Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year.
“Virtual Students’ Union” won the award for best practice in the NUS Student Engagement Awards 2011.
Winner of Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) Entrepreneurship Award for BSEEN entrepreneurship programme.
Latest Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008) recognised the University as a ‘rising star’ institution, with one of the highest percentages of submitted work rated as ‘world leading’ compared to other modern universities in the UK.