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Birmingham City University
Curzon Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
B4 7XG
Tel: 01213317474

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Birmingham School of the Built Environment (BSBE): 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.

School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems: 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.