Prospectus

Our prospectuses offer a wealth of information. Discover how to order or download the undergraduate or postgraduate version...

Undergraduate

Our Undergraduate Prospectus provides details of over 150 undergraduate courses. It also provides a wide range of information about Birmingham City University, including:

  • Our focus on producing employable graduates
  • Our excellent student support
  • Our student successes
  • Accommodation and student life in Birmingham
Create your personalised prospectus

You can create your own PDF prospectus with unlimited courses – and select the information you want to know about the University – in three easy steps:

Save the courses you’re interested in
Prospectus Builder - Step 1 - Save Courses

To add a course, click the 'Save this course" button.

You can find the button on your course search results or from any course page.

View your saved courses at any time
Prospectus Builder - Step 1 - View Courses

Click on your 'saved courses' at any time to create your personalised prospectus (or to permanently save your courses without making a prospectus).

Build your personal prospectus
Prospectus Builder - Step 1 - Build Prospectus

Click 'Create prospectus' and download your PDF.

We'll also keep you updated with the latest news from around the University.

Order a copy

To order a printed copy of our Prospectus, and receive all the latest news straight to your inbox, sign-up for a BCYou account.

Order a printed copy

Download a copy

To help minimise our environmental impact, please download an electronic version of our prospectus.

Undergraduate Prospectus for 2015/16

Non-EU Students who would like further information should complete our International Enquiry Form.

Postgraduate

Order a copy

To order a printed copy of our Prospectus, and receive all the latest news straight to your inbox, sign-up for a BCYou account.

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Download a copy

To help minimise our environmental impact, please download an electronic version of our prospectus.

Postgraduate Prospectus for 2014/15