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Fall 2023 Applications Are Still Open!
Fall & Spring 2023 Applications Are Still Open!


Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC) offers students an entry point to a wide range undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, many of which include opportunities for work placements. Students receive academic and language training and support that will prepare them for success in their progression degree. Pathway subjects include: Architecture, Art & Design, Business, Engineering, Fashion, Media, Sport Management and more!

BCUIC is located in the heart of Birmingham, right next to the university's City Centre campus and offers several accommodation options that are only a few minutes' walk from the campus. Once enrolled at BCUIC, students also gain full access to the university's facilities. 

Why University of Plymouth International College

  • Campus: Birmingham City University comprises three main campuses, with additional sites located throughout the city – including one of the largest jewelry schools in the world.
  • Facilities: Students can find the latest in spaces, equipment, and technology that will support their learning, such as the £8.5 million sports center, with an 80-station fitness suite and 8-court sports hall, new specialist laboratories for Health and Life Sciences, the CITY trading room which uses the same investment analysis software as traders and financial analysts, and more!
  • Location: Located right in the center of the UK, Birmingham is the country's second-largest city, with under 25s accounting for nearly 40% of its population - an ideal destination for students! Also, rent prices in Birmingham are more than 50% lower than in London, making it a more affordable place to live, study, and explore.
  • Global industry links: BCU works with big-name employers like the BBC, the NHS, Jaguar Land Rover, Cisco, Microsoft and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
  • High employment rate: Birmingham City University has been ranked 7th in the UK for employability and 97% of students are in employment or further study within six months of graduating (DLHE Survey 2016/17).

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