Birkbeck, University of London (BBK)

About

The Birkbeck University of London was founded in 1823 as an open research university. It wasn’t until 1858 that they began offering undergraduate programs and eventually gained university status. The campus has numerous scientific institutions, laboratories, and teaching hospitals. They also have their own halls of residence, a cinema hall, and lots of stores, restaurants, shops, and cafes nearby for students to enjoy.

They opened a new campus in East London in 2013 in response to their increasing student population. Birkbeck, University of London provides a range of postgraduate and undergraduate programs to students. Their most well-known faculty is the School of Humanities and they have collaborated with London Knowledge Lab for research studies. They have 19 notable departments across various disciplines.

Postgraduate Programs They Run

Birkbeck, University of London has a plethora of postgraduate degree programs to choose from. They cover areas such as business, science, history, management, archaeology, architecture, coaching, psychology, writing, sustainability, education, and much more. Their postgraduate courses offer accreditations such as Master of Science (MSc), Master of Law (LLM), Master of Research (MRes), Master of Art (MA), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil), and more.

Admissions Process

Full-time undergraduate students should make their application by visiting www.UCAS.com. Here you will need to register and then you can start filling out your application. It is vital to ensure you are including the correct institution and course codes, you can find these on the Birkbeck, University of London website. The university will be in contact with you in the following weeks once they have reviewed your application.

Those looking to study part-time or distance learning courses can apply by navigating to the ‘Apply Now’ button on the relevant course page on the university’s website. Postgraduate applicants and international applicants can apply in the same way. Once the university has reviewed your application, they may request further information or offer you a place on the course.

Accommodation

The Birkbeck, University of London has a range of student accommodation to choose from in its College Hall, Connaught Hall, The Garden Hall, Handel Mansions, and International Hall. All accommodation is in close proximity to the main campus and all necessary amenities. They are also nearby public transportation routes, particularly underground stations. Living in the accommodation, students will have access to a 24-hour reception, common room, quiet room, lounge, laundrette, computer room, music room, TV room, bike storage, and Wi-Fi. Small pantries are available on each floor with shared fridges, hob, and microwave. Bathrooms are also shared. Some of the accommodation is catered while others are self-catered. The rooms contain a bed, wardrobe, storage, a desk, and a chair. You can apply for accommodation at Birkbeck, University of London on their website.

Scholarships and Financial Support

Birkbeck, University of London mainly has scholarships specifically for international students but they do still have a number for undergraduate and postgraduate students. These are mainly for accommodation. Some of the scholarships available for international students include Birkbeck Global Future Scholarships, the Birkbeck International Excellence Scholarships, Commonwealth Scholarships, and more. You can find out more about the scholarships available by visiting the Birkbeck University of London website.

Contact Info

For general enquiries, call +44 (0)20 3926 3926

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