Bolt and co are coming back to Brum
which will be held in London in August.
The Jamaicans will be the first to use the new eight-lane athletics track which is just days away from being completed.
It replaces the old track they used back in 2012 which has been dug up to make way for a new library.
As well as the athletics track, the team will have the use of the university’s new £55 million sports centre and 50-metre swimming pool which opened in May.
There will be 50 athletes and the campus will be their base for around 12 days.
They are hoping that returning to Birmingham will bring them the same good luck they enjoyed in 2012 when the team had record-breaking success, winning four gold, four silver and four bronze medals.
As well as Bolt, the team will include fellow 100m contender Yohan Blake and the 100m and 200m women’s Olympic champion, Elaine Thompson.
After his last visit to Birmingham, Bolt personally thanked the university for the support and facilities which helped win his second “triple” gold medal in London.
The university said they were proud to be hosting Bolt and his team mates.
Director of sport Zena Wooldridge said: “We are incredibly fortunate to have such amazing new facilities on campus, and very excited to have the opportunity of the World Athletics Championships in London to share our new track and indoor facilities with our Jamaican friends.”
The Jamaicans’ visit also coincides with Birmingham’s bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, in which the university’s campus would provide a range of training venues.