Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University is one of the largest universities in the country, with a proud history dating back to 1843. Around 25,000 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
Staffordshire University is a modern University with over 100 years’ experience of pioneering higher education within the creative, technological and scientific industries. The University delivers relevant, inspiring and vocationally led courses and thus develop students who are independent thinkers.
Based in the Midlands in the heart of the UK, the University is home to approximately 14,000 students that make up a dynamic and vibrant community. In addition, the University has an international network of approximately 20,000 students studying on Staffordshire University courses at over 40 partner organisations around the world (summer 2015).
Passionate about transforming the lives and aspirations of the individuals and communities it serves, the University is agile and flexible; quick to adapt as student requirements change and is renowned for providing ground-breaking new courses and outstanding learning opportunities.
For further details, visit www.staffs.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 38 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. A wide range of programmes are offered in partnership with the university, ranging from a suite of teacher training courses, through to health programmes and the Foundation Degree in Sport and Exercise Science.
For further details, visit www.wlv.ac.uk
The University of Worcester
Originally founded in 1946 as a Teacher Training College, the University of Worcester was granted full university status in 2005. It is the UK’s fastest growing University and has an outstanding record of graduate employment where 15 out of 16 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