Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University Birmingham City University

Birmingham, B5 5JU, GB

About

Listed in the Sunday Times University Guide 2013 as one of the UK's top 30 universities for the most students in graduate-level jobs and with figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency in July 2018 showing that 97.4% of our 2017 graduates were in employment or further study six months after graduating, Birmingham City University has a reputation for providing high quality education in a professional and friendly environment with a focus on practical skills. Around 23,500 students from over 80 countries study at Birmingham City University, one of the three long-standing universities in Birmingham. From the UK's leading criminologist to the first female President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, our academics come from and maintain strong links with industry. We collaborate closely with the business, industry and creative services of Britain's vibrant second city and our commitment to the region is reflected in the £270 million we put into the local economy, supporting thousands of jobs in the area. Furthermore, our Knowledge Transfer Partnerships create three-way partnerships between graduates, businesses and the University to solve real-world problems and we provide students with opportunities to gain hands-on industry experience through work placements. We are investing £260 million in our facilities - including our new City Centre Campus at Birmingham’s flourishing Millennium Point - which puts us in the UK's top 10 universities for spending on facilities, according to the Complete University Guide 2012 and 2013. Our state-of-the-art facilities include industry-standard TV studios and mock hospital wards, courtrooms and classrooms, while the quality of our education training is reflected in the Grade 1 'Outstanding'​ rating we have received from Ofsted for our primary and secondary courses.

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John Mercer

John Mercer

Professor of Gender and Sexuality

John Mercer is recognised as one of the leading voices in the study of gay pornography and gay culture.

Gender 1950s Hollywood Cinema Masculinity Sexuality Pornography Representations Film and Television Studies

Kim Moore

Kim Moore

Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery

Kim Moore is an expert in mental health nursing in both Australian and UK health settings.

Quality Standards in Nursing Management and Leadership in Nursing Addictive Behaviors Drug and Alcohol Nursing Mental Health Nursing Policy and Politics in Healthcare

Gillian Rudd

Gillian Rudd

Senior Lecturer and Joint Programme Lead, School of Health Sciences

Gillian has extensive experience of supporting children and young people with a wide range of communication needs

Stammering and Cluttering Speech and Language Therapy Fluency Disorders

Dr. Ryan Stables

Dr. Ryan Stables

Senior Lecturer, Digital Audio Processing and Subject Leader, Sound Technology, School of Computing and Digital Technology

Ryan Stables is an expert in the areas of digital audio effects, digital signal processing and audio software development.

Music Informatics Digital Signal Processing Audio Engineering Maching Learning

Ian Williams

Ian Williams

Associate Professor, School of Computing and Digital Technology

Ian Williams is an internationally recognised researcher in Image processing and Mixed Reality.

Image Filtering Image Feature Extraction Mixed and Augmented Reality Digital Image Processing User Interaction Digital Video Processing Pattern Recognition

Professor Elizabeth Yardley

Professor Elizabeth Yardley

Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology

Elizabeth Yardley is passionate about criminological research that is exciting, needs-led and meaningful.

Healthcare Serial Killers Narrative Criminology Television Crime Drama Homicide Female Serial Killers Domestic Violence Social Media Crime Homicide and Violent Crime in ‘Mediatized’ Worlds

Professor Jon Yorke

Professor Jon Yorke

Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights

Jon Yorke's main interests include the United Nations, European Human Rights, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and the Temporality of Law.

European Human Rights Legal Research Public Law Capital Punishment Legal Trials Legal Theory English and European Medical Law

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