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Our campuses

University College Birmingham has four campus buildings located in Birmingham city centre. Sustainable and easy to navigate, each site has its own distinct character and has been specially designed to enhance your student experience.

Developed with real industry in mind, the practical facilities within our campuses are growing rapidly, while we have also invested over £6 million into providing learning support spaces that offer you the best environments in which to expand your mind.

We are also situated right in the heart of the city’s business and hotel district, meaning there is a wealth of placement and work opportunities on the doorstep during your studies.

Study in the heart of the city

Distance of our campus buildings from Birmingham city centre:

Summer Row: 0.6 miles

Moss House: 0.8 miles

McIntyre House: 0.8 miles

The Link : 0.7 miles

Camden House: 0.7 miles

Richmond House: 0.4 miles

Moss House

Three years in the making, our £44 million Moss House campus is the newest addition to the University's city centre sites. Part of our £130 million investment into our campuses and facilities since 2014, Moss House features a wealth of state-of-the-art facilities for areas ranging from nursing and physiotherapy to sport and fitness.

Hosting the very latest resources and equipment reflecting demand from industry, this four-storey campus is located a stone's throw from our three other campus sites and just a 10-minute walk from Birmingham city centre.

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McIntyre House 

McIntyre House is our purpose-built centre for undergraduate and postgraduate study. Opened in September 2014, it features a stunning design underpinned by the latest technology, a high-specification fit-out and cutting-edge environmental features.

The campus has a 250-seat flagship lecture theatre and two 126-seat lecture theatres alongside smaller seminar and tutorial rooms and private meeting rooms. It is also home to our state-of-the-art Financial Trading Suite.

In addition, there are informal break-out spaces spread across all four floors for informal study and discussion. 

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Campus Summer Row (Evening) - University College Birmingham

Summer Row 

Summer Row is the hub of university life at University College Birmingham. It is conveniently located by the busy Colmore Row business district, filled with top restaurants, bars and cafés, while you can also see the impressive Library of Birmingham from the front of the building.

Opened in 1968, Summer Row is the home of our acclaimed industry-standard kitchen facilities and our £2 million Food Science and Innovation Suite. The site also hosts our award-winning training restaurant, as well as our Aviation and Tourism Suite featuring stunning simulation facilities including a mock plane cabin.

The Link Campus

The Link 

The Link is the home of many of University College Birmingham's support services and staff departments. Located between Summer Row and McIntyre House, it is only a few minutes’ walk from all our city centre campuses, providing a base for students at the heart of the University.

The building features a bright modern design with services on eight floors. Each department's floor has a welcome area with reception desk alongside open plan offices and meeting rooms. 

The Link is also the location of the University Library and Academic Skills Centre (ASC), situated across the top three floors. It features group study areas, PCs, workspace pods and tutorial rooms, as well as a helpdesk, self-service kiosks and subject librarian office. 

Camden House 

Camden House is the home of our dedicated Technology Hub, hosting our IT Support Unit, DICE, web developers and AV teams. Situated opposite The Link, it also provides a large and comfortable study space with more than 100 PCs, group study areas and dedicated laptop booths, as well as full colour and black-and-white printing facilities.

£140 million investment into our campus facilities

Take a look around our state-of-the-art £44 million Moss House

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