Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University has students from 80 different countries studying at it, making it one of the most diverse campuses in the UK.

The University has a reputation for its state-of-the-art facilities, including the £4 million Millennium Point drama school. The fully equipped BCU media centre is a great place to learn and create for those looking to break into new media.

The Curzon building provides a full library, a restaurant, a print centre, the student union (based within the Eagle and Ball pub) and a fully licensed restaurant.

Studios 51 and Penworks House are both a short 15-minute walk from BCU campus in the north west of the city. For those wanting to conserve their energy, the number 14 bus will take you there in no time. Penworks House offers large common rooms, laundry facilities, secure bike storage and a sculpted courtyard garden. Broderick House is set in the heart of the city's southerly Chinese and gay districts. With two rapid bus services serving the campus regularly, you'll always be well connected.

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