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- Employability Statement
Courses review for 2017/18
At Birmingham City University, we’re dedicated to ensuring you develop the skills employers need. So it’s essential that we keep our range of courses at the cutting edge of the discipline in an ever-changing job market.
That’s why we’re reviewing our course provision* for 2017/18, bringing in new courses that we know employers are looking for, and updating existing courses with new modules and structures.
To ensure all new and revised courses fully meet students' needs, representatives of our current students will be part of the course review panel.
We also aim to give you greater flexibility within your course, by making all courses modular in structure, giving you more control over what you learn.
We’re investing in our courses to ensure that our graduates are among the most employable in the UK and beyond.
For more information, call our course enquiries team on +44 (0)121 331 5595.
Brand new courses for 2017/18
As part of our courses review, we'll have a selection of totally new courses starting in September 2017.
New UG courses 2017/18
- Accounting and Finance – MAcc
- Black Studies - BA (Hons)
- Biomedical Engineering
- Biomedical Sciences
- Business (Analytics) - BA (Hons)
- Business Finance – MFin
- Business Management (Consultancy) - BA (Hons)
- Business Management (Enterprise) - BA (Hons)
- Business Management (Supply Chain Management) - BA (Hons)
- Economics - BA (Hons)
- English and Journalism – BA (Hons)
- Finance and Investment - BSc (Hons)
- Finance and Investment – MFin
- Law with Social Justice - LLB (Hons)
- Management and Leadership (Top Up) - BA (Hons)
- Marketing (Digital Media and Technologies) - BA (Hons)
- Marketing (Retail) - BA (Hons)
- Marketing (Consumer Psychology) - BA (Hons)
- Physical Education and School Sport
- Property Development and Planning - MPlan/BSc (Hons)
- Sport and Exercise Nutrition
- Sport and Exercise Science
- Sports Therapy
- Video Game Design and Production – BA (Hons)
More details about our new courses will be available soon. Be the first to hear about it.
Updated courses for 2017/18
Although we're updating our module structure*, you can still get a real flavour of the kind of things that happen at BCU.
Simply sign-up to receive the latest news relating to our existing courses and subjects.
*All subject areas are being reviewed for 2017/18, apart from the following: Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
More information from our Faculties
Arts Design and Media
Hear from David Roberts, Executive Dean for the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media.
Health Education and Life Sciences
Hear from John Deane, Head of School of Allied and Public Health Professions.