Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University is one of the largest universities in the country, with a proud history dating back to 1843. Around 23,500 students study across four academic faculties, covering a range of subjects from art to engineering. The University has invested £260 million in its estate, including a major expansion of its city centre campus at Eastside, providing students with an enviable range of facilities. Birmingham City University is a dynamic and innovative university which is continually developing and improving the facilities and services offered to its students.
For further details, visit www.bcu.ac.uk
The University of Wolverhampton
Established as a university in 1992, the University of Wolverhampton can trace its roots back to the 19th Century when the Wolverhampton Mechanics’ Institute and the School of Art were established. The University has over 23,000 students and offers over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Its research has been deemed world-leading and students are among the most employable in the UK, with the most recent Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey reporting a 96% graduate employability rate.
For further details, visit www.wlv.ac.uk
The University of Worcester
Shortlisted in the Times Higher Education Awards 2016 for University of the Year, the University of Worcester is one of the UK’s fastest growing Universities. It is a truly inclusive University where each and every person counts as an individual. It concentrates on helping students thrive and realise their potential; placing great importance on combining enduring human values with true professionalism. The University has an outstanding record of graduate employment where 19 out of 20 graduates find work or continue to study within six months of graduating. The College’s highly successful Early Years provision is delivered in partnership with the University.
For further details, visit www.worcester.ac.uk