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BCU Parkside P350



Birmingham City University – Parkside Building,
Cardigan Street,
Birmingham, UK

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The BCU City Centre Campus is a multi-million pound centre of excellence in the heart of Birmingham’s Eastside development. It is made up of four buildings: Millennium Point, The Joseph Priestley Building, The Parkside Building and The Curzon Building.

The Parkside Building is the home to our Faculty of Arts, Design and Media.

The City Centre Campus supports the creative industries, business engagement, applied innovation and cultural excellence.

With over 5,500 of our 24,000 students enrolled on courses in music, theatre, writing, media, digital technology, art, design, jewellery and architecture, Birmingham City University is one of Britain’s leading providers of talented professionals to the cultural and creative industries.

The vast majority of these students are part of the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media – the driving force behind the creative provision at Birmingham City University.


Access information:
If you are attending in a wheelchair, access to P350 is location on the second floor. Lifts are located on the far side of the Parkside atrium, with the entrance to the room located along the corridor to the right, signposted as P250.

On Saturday there will be a family day at BCU and the Atrium will be very busy, you will be able to move through to the lecture rooms fairly quickly but please bear in mind if you don’t like big crowds.


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  • Nearby Parking
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Toilets
  • Accessible Toilets

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