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It only takes a minute to update your contact details, to ensure you remain part of the Birkbeck alumni community.
There are lots of ways you can contact us, ask questions and get the information you need: face to face, over the telephone, via email and through social media.
Volunteer and mentor at Birkbeck
Come back to Birkbeck as a volunteer: your time and expertise can make a real difference to prospective and current Birkbeck students and to the College’s future.
Benefits and services
As a former Birkbeck student, you have access to a range of alumni benefits and services.
Groups and networks
Finishing your course at Birkbeck does not mean goodbye. Stay in touch with classmates and make new friends and contacts by joining one of our alumni groups.
Order your academic transcript
If you need additional copies of your transcript (for example, if you are applying for further study at another university), here is what you need to do.
Twice a year, we gather to celebrate the fantastic achievements of our hard-working students. Find out everything you need to know about your big day.
Get your results
If you have successfully completed your qualification, you will receive a diploma. The University of London will normally mail your diploma to you within six months of formal notification of your results.
Discover more about the progressive thinkers, social reformers, poets and writers - and even a prime minister – who studied at Birkbeck.
Race, Law and Brexit Britain
The Centre for Research on Race and Law at Birkbeck has launched, providing a vitally needed space to develop rigorous race-conscious critical analysis in a range of areas of law.
Eric Hobsbawm Memorial Lecture: Russia’s revolution and the destruction of the past
Professor Catherine Merridale said that Russia shows us how history matters and called on historians to be witnesses to a past that is vanishing from public consciousness
From research to reform
Birkbeck’s Department of Criminology celebrated its launch this week with a lecture by leading prison reformer Juliet Lyon CBE.
VISA DROP-IN SESSION
Talkroom 2, My Birkbeck Student Advice Centre
No booking required
Working the Room: developing your network skills and your leadership presence.
Birkbeck College, Main Building, Torrington Square, Room MAL 402
Free entry; booking required
Floor 5, Birkbeck, University of London
Free entry; booking recommended
OVERCOMING THE ODDS
Student Warren O'Keefe talks about overcoming homelessness and addiction to achieve his academic goals at Birkbeck.
A day in the life
of Dr James Hammond who visited Chile as part of his research in to earthquakes.