Birmingham Metropolitan College

Outside view of Birmingham

Birmingham Metropolitan College is a large FE College of approx. 20,000 learners, formed after a merger between Matthew Boulton College and Sutton Coldfield College in 2009. This was followed in 2013 with a merger with Stourbridge College to form BMET as it stands, covering both Birmingham and the Black Country. The college has 5 campuses however, the proposal is for the FdSc Professional Development (Health and Social Care) to be delivered at the Matthew Boulton campus only.

The college overall offers a wide range of courses from pre-entry to level 5. The college currently works with a variety of HE partners to deliver level 4/5 programmes including the University of Worcester, Staffordshire University and the University of Wolverhampton.


The following programmes are currently running at Birmingham Metropolitan College:
• FdA Children's and Young People's Services
• FdSc Professional Development (Health and Social Care)
• BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies (Top-Up)


Students apply to Birmingham Metropolitan College throughout the year and enrol in September.

Award Ceremonies

Awarding students are invited to attend the University of Derby Awards Ceremonies which are held in July and November.

Contact Details

Birmingham Metropolitan College
Jennens Road
B4 7PS
0845 155 0101