University College of Birmingham

University College Birmingham (UCB) started off as part of Birmingham’s Municipal Technical School (now also known as Aston University in Birmingham) in the 19th Century. UCB was then established as Birmingham College of Food and Domestic Arts in 1957.

By 1968 UCB has expanded their course offering to include hotel and catering, bakery, domestic arts, residential childcare and nursery nursing and after a several more restructures, the university was renamed as University College Birmingham in 2007 amd achieved full university status in 2012.

Due to its close partnership with University of Birmingham, majority of the degrees studied at UCB will receive an degree award from University of Birmingham. All of the degress offered has work placement opportunity as UCB has very strong industry links. UCB also offered a wide range of Top-Up courses which allows student to enter into the final year of university if they meet the entry requirement. 

Courses Offered

  • Culinary
  • Computer Science
  • Business
  • Early Childhood
  • Events Management

University Campus

  • Birmingham

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