Expanding our teaching spaces

Ensuring we continue to meet the needs of our current and future students, and deliver outstanding educational experience is a priority. As part of this we need larger teaching spaces and more computer clusters.

This summer, from mid-June onwards, several rooms across campus will undergo refurbishments and will re-open as teaching-only spaces in the autumn.

Building / AreaLocation 
Medical School Room CS03  
Old Gymnasium Room 110  
Chemical Engineering Room 217A  
52 Pritchatts Room SB24a  
The Engineering Building (Y3 on the campus map) Room B05 / B07 / B24 /B24A  
Noble Room Room 205

We apologise for any inconvenience. For alternative lunchtime options to Noble Room, food can be bought at nearby locations, including:

Catering OutletLocation 
Bratby Bar The Noble Room’s new summer menu will be introduced at Bratby at the end of this term. You can share your feedback on the menu now via the QR codes on each table in Noble Room 
Campus Infusion, Costa Coffee, Kimiko, Metro University Centre
Fellows Coffee Shop Main Library
Cafe Collaborative Teaching Laboratory
Fellows Coffee Shop Bramall
Penny’s Café School of Education
Café 1902  Birmingham Business School  – also now selling delicious sushi, and hot Japanese dishes and snacks by Kimiko (term time only)
Med Café  Medical School
Post Grad Café Alan Walters
Terrace Tea Room Winterbourne House and Garden

In September, a new Mediterranean deli, offering plated meals, will be launched in the centre of campus in response to feedback from staff and students. More information about this, and another food concept, will be announced shortly.

A full range of catering outlets continues to be available for staff and students across campus. 

Aroma, first floor of R24, continues to be available for staff and students to socialise, meet and eat, with provisions to heat up food. 


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