UCB is named the best college in the country by the Further Education Funding Council.
Receives the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for education and training in the hospitality and tourism industries. The citation praises UCB as a “centre of excellence… It is an exemplar of what can be achieved through close working between industry and education to maintain the highest standards in a key international industry.”
UCB gains “outstanding in all areas of provision” by Ofsted – the first time the feat is recorded by a general FE College.
Awarded Beacon status, marking excellence and innovation in the learning and skills sector.
UCB is granted taught degree awarding powers by the Privy Council.
UCB is again judged Grade 1 Outstanding in 2012.
Granted full University Title by the Privy Council.
Hospitality Assured 2015 prize for “Most Innovative Use of the Standard Award” – providing consistency and quality across the multitude of services provided by the University.
University College Birmingham is judged Grade 2 Good
University College Birmingham achieves TEF Silver Award
Supported by a £140 million investment in new campuses, equipment and resources, University College Birmingham's facilities are nothing short of world class.Read more
University College Birmingham comprises of two schools, which are responsible for delivering courses to students at all levels of study.Read more
Documents setting out our strategy for teaching, learning and assessment at University College Birmingham.Read more
Policies and regulations
Information regarding how University College Birmingham is governed, including documents on the University's strategy and management.Read more
Gender Pay Gap Report
Data on the gender pay gap, published in response to the University's responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010.Read more
Equality of opportunity
We work in a highly respected institution with people from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences.Read more
External examiners are appointed to provide the University with impartial, independent advice and informed comment on our academic standards and student achievement.Read more
Our student charter has been written by staff and students to clearly set out what we expect of each other and the responsibilities of all those within our community.Read more