Birmingham Business School is located within University House at the University of Birmingham Edgbaston Campus. University House combines the original 1908 building with a modern, multi-million pound state-of-the-art teaching and learning complex and is set within 2.75 acres of green gardens.
The building includes 14 teaching rooms in total, including a 200 capacity tiered lecture theatre, as well as two computer clusters and a computer lab. There is also a dedicated MBA common room, an Entrepreneurship and Innovation incubation space and a careers skills interview room. University House includes its own cafe and Business Lounge area for all students, staff and visitors to use.
It provides accommodation for the departments of departments of Accounting & Finance and Management. The Department of Marketing is located in Ash House at Edgbaston Park, the Department of Economics is housed in the JG Smith Building and Doctoral Research Students are sited within the College of Social Sciences Muirhead Tower Building.
Alan Walters Building
Devoted to the teaching of postgraduate courses, the Alan Walters Building opened in September 2016 after a £10 million investment from the University and a generous philanthropic donation from Lady Walters.
The facility offers a truly exceptional experience for future generations of postgraduate business students and contains several distinctive features for students of postgraduate programmes at Birmingham Business School, including the campus’ first Harvard-style lecture theatre. The high quality facility also provides dedicated learning spaces and communal areas for studying and group work for the Business School’s MSc and MBA students.
University of Birmingham campus
The University itself is set in 250 acres of parkland campus and offers a safe, friendly environment with plentiful facilities.
Visit the University of Birmingham campus pages to find out about our unique campus experience.
The University is in the midst of one of the most exciting and transformational campus redevelopments since the first phase of building on our Edgbaston campus was completed in 1909 under the auspices of Sir Aston Webb.
The development projects, worth £606 million over a five year period, are creating outstanding new facilities which will benefit students, staff and the local community. Pioneering projects at other University sites are also ensuring that our investment is not confined to our main campus.
Find out more about how the University of Birmingham is building for the future.