Handsworth College

Handsworth Hall was built as a Wesleyan Methodist theological college 1881 by Goddard and Ball in Tudor perpendicular style in brick with terracotta dressings. The front of the college has a large square central embattled tower; the original E-shaped building had a central chapel, now a hall. The college amalgamated with Queens College Edgbaston to provide ecumenical training and this building is now a residential hall of the University of Aston.