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Why Biomedical Engineering?
 
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What is Biomedical Engineering and why is it such an interesting and rewarding career?
Becoming a Secondary Art teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Alex shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Art teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
Tips for a successful interview - applying for a healthcare course at Birmingham City University
 
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If you're applying for a nursing or healthcare undergraduate degree course at Birmingham City University, you'll probably have to take part in an interview. Here's our top tips for a successful interview. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/hels
The Placement Experience - Child Nursing
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/nursing-child
Becoming a Secondary Biology teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Victoria shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Biology teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
The Placement Experience - Learning Disability Nursing
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.
Creative writing five top tips - School of English
 
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Gregory Leadbetter, Reader in Literature and Creative Writing at Birmingham City University's School of English, gives his five top tips for creative writing. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/english/courses
The Placement Experience - Paramedic Science
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/paramedic-science-bsc-hons
Birmingham City University accommodation tour
 
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A tour of our University Locks halls of residence. Prices correct for 2017/18 academic year. Find out more http://ow.ly/elsl30fgfMP
Being a primary school teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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PGCE Primary students at Birmingham City University share their experience on placement working as primary school teachers. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/pgce-primary-education
David Wilson talks... Serial Murder
 
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Find out more about Criminology at Birmingham City University : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/elss/school-of-social-sciences/criminology Can you name Britain's only female serial killer since the 1960s? Or have you ever wondered why certain killers become infamous while others 'disappear' from public view? Professor David Wilson takes a more academic look at the phenomena of serial killing. He describes how, by taking a structured approach, we can go beyond the headlines and discover those groups most likely to be targeted by serial killers. David is Professor of Criminology in our Centre for Applied Criminology. He has previously worked for the Prison Service and was prison governor at several prisons including Wormwood Scrubs. He is widely published on the criminal justice system and a regular contributor to TV and radio. His latest TV series, Killers Behind Bars, recently aired on Channel 5.
Sir Adrian Boult conducts Sir Edward Elgar's ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ (1968)
 
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Excerpts from Sir Adrian Boult conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra – with Rodney Friend as leader – and the London Philharmonic Choir, recorded in Canterbury Cathedral on the 27th and 28th March 1968 by the BBC. One of the first classical music performances to be filmed in colour, it will be screened ahead of the last ever concert in the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire on Sunday 26 June. Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, is now preparing to move to its new £56 million home in the Eastside region of the City, currently under construction and due to open in 2017. The full 1968 recording of ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ will receive a long-awaited double-DVD release in October this year by ICA Classics who are currently cleaning, restoring and digitally remastering the original recording, shown here. More information: www.bcu.ac.uk/news-events/news/sir-adrian-boult
A day in the life of an early childhood student at Birmingham City University
 
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Early Childhood Studies student Naomi Evans shares her typical day studying for her undergraduate degree at Birmingham City University's School of Education. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
BCU Textile Design Portfolio guidance
 
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As part of your application to BA (Hons) Textile Design you will be asked to create a physical portfolio. Take a look at what Course Director Kate and current student Tasha think makes a great portfolio. For more specific portfolio requirements please see: https://www.bcu.ac.uk/arts-design-and-media/portfolio-guidance
The Placement Experience - Mental Health Nursing
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.
Being an international student at Birmingham City University
 
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Our international students show you around our campus and facilities and what's on offer in Birmingham City Centre. www.bcu.ac.uk/international
The Placement Experience - Midwifery
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.
Mooting Society at Birmingham City University's School of Law
 
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Taking part in the Mooting Society at Birmingham City University's School of Law will help you to become more employable and attain a good degree. Hear how our students have benefitted from taking part in one of the most successful mooting societies in England. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/law
Paramedic Simulation
 
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If you came across a car accident would you know how to help? The Faculty of Health paramedic staff and students run regular simulation exercises. At every Open Day you can watch this simulation live and even take part. To attend an Open Day visit http://www.bcu.ac.uk/opendays
Becoming a Secondary Drama teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Phil shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Drama teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
The Placement Experience - Diagnostic Radiography
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.
BSc (Hons) Nursing (Child)
 
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Find out more : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/nursing-child The BSc (Hons) in Child Nursing at Birmingham City University course is aimed at people who wish to study nursing at degree level. Successful completion will enable you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. 50 per cent of each year is spent in clinical practice. The course requires attendance for 45 weeks per year. The Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOS's) are designed to emphasise patient-centred care, integrate theory with practice and acquire professional competence. Academic achievement is high with many students obtaining a first or upper second class honours degree. The programme is delivered within a dynamic and forward-looking Faculty which uses the best in modern learning and teaching methods.
Transformation at Birmingham City University
 
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As Sir Lenny Henry joins us as Chancellor, we take a look at how Birmingham City University has been transforming students, graduates and the city. www.bcu.ac.uk/transformation
Mental Health Nursing
 
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Discover more about Mental Health Nursing at Birmingham City University, one of the branches of our BSc Nursing degree. More : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/nursing/nursing.html
How to prepare for your interview - applying for a healthcare course at Birmingham City University
 
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If you're applying for a nursing or healthcare undergraduate degree course at Birmingham City University, you'll probably have to take part in an interview. Here's our top tips for a preparing for a successful interview. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/hels
A day in the life of a Criminology student at Birmingham City University
 
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Ever wondered what its really like to study Criminology at Birmingham City University, and if its the course for you? Current student Zoe shares her typical day, including hanging out with friends, playing football and working on campus - as well as studying of course!
What is creative non-fiction? School of English
 
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Ian Marchant, Lecturer in Creative Writing at Birmingham City University's School of English gives his thoughts on what creative non-fiction is.
Day in the life of an Accounting student - Irfan
 
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Md Irfan is an Accounting student at the Birmingham City Business School. Here, he shows you what a typical day is like for him on campus.
Interior Design - BA (Hons) at Birmingham City University
 
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Hear what students on the Interior Design undergraduate degree course at Birmingham City University think about the course and facilities on offer. More information: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/interior-design
David Wilson talks... Public Criminology
 
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Find out more about Criminology at Birmingham City University : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/elss/school-of-social-sciences/criminology What is your opinion about crime and punishment? Should we lock up all offenders and throw away the key? Professor David Wilson explains how, in his job as a criminologist, he has to balance public opinion with the need to look for crime-fighting solutions. David is Professor of Criminology in our Centre for Applied Criminology. He has previously worked for the Prison Service and was prison governor at several prisons including Wormwood Scrubs. He is widely published on the criminal justice system and a regular contributor to TV and radio. His latest TV series, Killers Behind Bars, recently aired on Channel 5.
The Placement Experience - Adult Nursing
 
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A placement is your chance to be a part of the working world of health and social care as it really is: your first taste of your career. For most of our courses, it's a compulsory part of your training; it's that important. Placements help you with your confidence, by putting theory from the classroom into practice. We make sure you get a quality experience and that you are fully supported by a workplace mentor on hand throughout your placement.
Becoming a Secondary Chemistry teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Joshi shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Chemistry teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
A day in the life of a law student at Birmingham City University
 
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Wondering what it might be like to be a student at Birmingham City University? Watch the experiences of law student Chanae as she shares her typical day at University, from hanging out with friends to organising a cake sale. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/law/courses
Studying at Birmingham School of Acting - Mara's story
 
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Mara is a student at Birmingham School of Acting, part of Birmingham City University. She tells us what it's like to study acting in Birmingham. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/acting/applications
Birmingham City Business School - a student introduction
 
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Our students tell you more about what's on offer at the Business School at Birmingham City University - including a range of fantastic degree courses and opportunities to make you employable when you graduate. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs
BCU Visual Communication Portfolio guidance
 
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Thinking of creating a physical portfolio for one of our School of Visual Communication courses? Take a look at what staff and one of our graduates from the School think makes a great portfolio. For more specific portfolio requirements please see: https://www.bcu.ac.uk/arts-design-and-media/portfolio-guidance
Life as a Student Children's Nurse at Birmingham City University
 
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The Child Health Department at Birmingham City University's Faculty of Health aims to deliver a high-quality learning and teaching experience for its students. Our students benefit from pioneering learning resources including enviable virtual and interactive software and comprehensive online learning facilities. More : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/health/departments/child-health
How to be a great primary teacher
 
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Birmingham City University asked primary school pupils in the West Midlands what they think makes a great teacher. Find out more: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/primary-education-with-qts
What is Applied Performance at Birmingham City University?
 
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Check out the Applied Performance (Community and Education) BA (Hons) degree course at Birmingham School of Acting here: http://goo.gl/5AFRDE "It's a brilliant course. It's not just about performance skills. We learn about different types of theatre, different types of communities and vulnerable people. It helps us decide what we want to specialise in, what we want to do with our lives, and it gives us the opportunity to challenge stereotypes and say, it's ok to talk about this." Danielle Cairns, Student, The Guardian, May 2013 (http://goo.gl/UIhEiZ) Photography by Courtney Wallis Richardson.
Showcase (Birmingham School of Acting)
 
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In the course of your three-years of training if you choose to study Acting at Birmingham School of Acting, you will be involved in 10 professional productions in external theatres, workshops and, occasionally, Theatre in Education tours, plus a showcase to the industry in Birmingham and London. Find out more about our BA Acting course http://www.bcu.ac.uk/pme/school-of-acting/courses/acting-ba-hons
Becoming a Secondary Computer Science teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Ali shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Computer Science teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
David talks about qualifying as an Operating Department Practitioner
 
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Discover more about training to become an Operating Department Practitioner at Birmingham City University. More : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/health/odp.html
BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health)
 
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Find out more : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/nursing-mental-health The course is aimed at people who wish to study nursing at degree level. Successful completion will enable you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council 50 Per cent of each year is spent in clinical practice. The course requires attendance for 45 weeks per year. The Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOS's) are designed to emphasise patient-centred care, integrate theory with practice and acquire professional competence. Academic achievement is high with many students obtaining a first or upper second class honours degree. The programme is delivered within a dynamic and forward-looking Faculty which uses the best in modern learning and teaching methods.
BCU Official Giving Voice Flash Mob
 
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As part of the national Giving Voice campaign, Speech and Language Therapy students from Birmingham City University staged a Flash Mob in Chamberlain Square on Saturday 6 April 2013.
Child Nursing at Birmingham City University
 
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Find out more about our Child Nursing course at Birmingham City University.
Becoming a Secondary Music teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Poppy shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Music teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses
BCU Fashion/Costume/Garment Portfolio Guidance
 
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Wondering what to include in your Fashion portfolio? Take a look at our portfolio guidance video for advice on how to create the best possible portfolio for your application. For more specific course requirements please see: www.bcu.ac.uk/arts-design-and-media/portfolio-guidance.
Birmingham Conservatoire : Composition
 
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The Composition Department provides both composers and composer-performers with the technical skills and broad understanding of musical styles necessary to formulate and express a distinct musical voice. More : http://www.bcu.ac.uk/pme/conservatoire/departments/composition
Day in the life of a Criminology student - Georgina
 
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Georgina Spencer is a Criminology student at our School of Social Sciences. Here, she shows you what a typical day is like for her on campus.
Becoming a Secondary Design Technology teacher - PGCEs at Birmingham City University
 
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Thinking about a career in teaching and wondering if its for you? Our PGCE student shows you what its really like to be a Secondary Design Technology teacher and study a PGCE in Secondary Education at Birmingham City University. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/education/courses

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