How to find us

How would you be getting here?

By Car

Due to our unique city centre location car parking space is limited. There are no student car parking spaces on the campus with the exception of a space for the mobility impaired. However, there are several Pay and Display car parks in close proximity to the University.

NCP Car Park, Newhall Street

By Coach

Our coach station located in Digbeth, you'll find some of the city's most popular attractions. Coach services run frequently to Birmingham Central Coach Station from all major towns, cities and airports. 

www.nationalexpress.com

By Rail

Birmingham New Street Station is served by a fast Intercity link from London Euston and is just a few minutes walk from the University. Birmingham Snow Hill and Birmingham Moor Street welcome trains from London Marylebone. The journey by fast train from London takes 90 minutes.

www.nationalrail.co.uk

By Bus

With hundreds of brand-new eco-efficient buses hitting the roads, in Birmingham. Our city centre location makes us easy to reach by bus from all parts of the city and throughout the West Midlands. 

www.nationalexpress.com

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Places of interest

 

  • Library of Birmingham
    It has been described as the largest public library in the United Kingdom  the largest public cultural space in Europe. Centenary Square, Broad St, Birmingham B1 2ND
  • Birmingham Symphony Hall
    The International Convention Centre is a major conference venue that incorporates Symphony Hall. Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EA
  • The Mailbox
    It serves as the base for BBC Birmingham and houses one of seven Harvey Nichols department stores in the United Kingdom. 7 Commercial St, Birmingham B1 1RS
  • Bullring & Grand Central 
    Contemporary, landmark shopping centres with diverse high-street fashion and household shops, plus restaurants. Moor St, Birmingham B5 4BU
  • Birmingham Arena
    Arena Birmingham is an indoor arena and sporting venue in the centre of the City. King Edwards Rd, Birmingham B1 2AA
  • St Phillips Cathedral
    Built in 1715 as the parish church “on the hill”, St Philip’s is Grade I listed and one of the oldest buildings in the city still used for its original purpose. Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2QB

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