The College is home to a whole host of learning resources and facilities, all of which you have access to as a postgraduate student.
The Bramall Music Building hosts a wide variety of events across the year, and is also home to the Electroacoustic Music Studios. These are used for a variety of tasks, including multichannel electroacoustic composition, mixed instrumental and electroacoustic composition, and multimedia work.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts contains two libraries specialising in music and fine art, and also exhibits the work of an extraordinary range of artists, including Monet, Manet, Renoir, Degas, and Van Dyck.
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing has a range of digital tools which can be used for viewing original materials, transcribing them, comparing texts and analysing patterns of variation.
The Shakespeare Institute, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, is home to researchers with a range of interests, including Shakespeare and medicine, Asia and religion, textual editing, and wider corpus of Renaissance drama.
The Danford Collection of West African Art and Artefacts celebrates the artistic expression of counties in West Africa, and is home to over 1000 objects, including woodcarving, metalwork, pottery, textiles, painting and domestic and votive objects.
The Archaeology Museum is an actively used teaching collection of approximately 2000 examples of Greek, Mycenean, Roman and Egyptian pottery, funerary, domestic and religious objects.
With such a range of facilities available, hear current postgraduate students talk about their favourite thing about the postgraduate experience at Birmingham below: