College of Arts and Law

Undergraduate study

Undergraduate study

Delivering high quality programmes underpinned by inter-professional learning.

Postgraduate study

Postgraduate study

We encourage creative thinking at Masters and Doctoral levels, via different modes of study.

Research

Research

Links to research centres, department research and our latest research awards.

NEWS

'How to write a female villain' creative writing competition winners visit campus

'How to write a female villain' creative writing competition winners visit campus
Description
The three winners of the ?GLARE competition visited campus today, where Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Michael Whitby, presented them with a certificate and a set of signed books by author Robin Stevens.

Department of Modern Languages welcomes Brazil Visiting Fellow, Dr Ana Calindro (UFRJ)

Description
Dr Calindro, from the Department of Linguistics and Philology, UFRJ, is spending two months at the Department of Modern Languages collaborating with Dr Alice Corr as part of Birmingham's Brazil Visiting Fellow Scheme.

Module Focus: Shakespeare in Asia

Description
Students studying on our Shakespeare Institute distance learning programmes have the unique opportunity to study the performance of Shakespeare in Asia.

EVENTS

Modern British Studies Beyond Boundaries

Modern British Studies Beyond Boundaries
Date
03 - 05/07/2019
Description
The Modern British Studies Centre at the University of Birmingham invites proposals for our 2019 conference, 'Modern British Studies Beyond Boundaries'.

The response to HIV from Human Rights and the UN Strategy 90-90-90

Date
09/07/2019
Description
Professor Miguel A Ramiro Avilés, Associate Professor of Legal Philosophy, Chair 'Disability, Chronic Condition and Access to Rights' initiative (DECADE-UAH) at the University of Alcalá, Madrid.

TMI: Sharing and Surveillance

TMI: Sharing and Surveillance
Date
19/07/2019
Description
This one-day conference at the University of Birmingham invites you to reflect on how literature, culture, and new media can interrogate the effects of sharing and surveillance.
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