BCU DMT sound engineering student using a microphone device.
BCU CTN students looking at a gadget.
BCU EDMS motorsport student with wrench.
BCU BSBE model of a building.

A forward-thinking Faculty

Further growth: As a Faculty, we continue to broaden and strengthen our academic disciplines of technology, engineering, and mathematics. Find out more on our School websites.

School of Digital Media Technology

Exceptional record for graduate employability

When you join the School of Digital Media Technology, you'll be entering a learning environment that has gained national recognition and a community of students and expert staff that make up one of the best digital media schools in the country.

School of Digital Media Technology

Birmingham School of the Built Environment (BSBE)

Dedicated to the teaching of future professionals

Our 1,200 students study on undergraduate degree courses ranging from Architectural Technology to areas such as Quantity Surveying, Planning, Environment and Development and Real Estate. Their shared context is the design, production, delivery and subsequent management of all that constitutes the built environment.

Birmingham School of the Built Environment

School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems

A leader in education, training and business solutions

Alongside a large range of undergraduate degree courses is a portfolio of postgraduate courses that build on the engineering knowledge gained in first degrees, allowing students to achieve to in-depth knowledge and skill in specific, practical areas such as Automotive Calibration and Control or in management functions such as logistics and quality.

School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems

School of Computing, Telecommunications and Networks

First-class staff and flexible teaching methods

We are recognised internationally for the high quality of our teaching, research and extensive industry partnerships, and have established ourselves as one of the leading academies for Microsoft and Cisco Systems.

School of Computing, Telecommunications and Networks