Birmingham City University has always been a popular choice with students in the UK and overseas. And the word is spreading fast. This large, multicultural university attracts 23,000 students from near and far.But some things haven’t changed. The reputation of Birmingham City University for innovation, its engagement with business and emphasis on practice-based learning and focus on preparing graduates from Birmingham City University for the future. Through the continuous innovation, University fosters intellectual, critical and creative endeavor. Its mission is to be a powerful force for learning, creativity and enterprise, promoting economic, social and cultural well being. Whatever subjects you choose, the focus will be on giving you up-to-date knowledge and real-world experience, so that when you complete your course you’ll be ready to launch into your chosen career. Many of our lecturers have extensive experience in industry and the professions, and maintain close links with these organisations. Some courses offer work placements with leading companies – offering vital opportunities to get your foot in the door. Cisco, Sony and Cartier are just some of the major brands we have links with. As a result, our students are among the most employable in the UK - 90 per cent of our 2012 graduates gained employment within six months of graduation. We’ve invested in innovative student support, such as groundbreaking mobile learning and teaching research with O2; Virtual Case Creator – a pioneering online simulation tool for Health students; and Shareville – a virtual environment that offers real-world scenarios to enhance student learning.
The following is the list of scholars from Birmingham City University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Birmingham City University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.