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Birkbeck last night celebrated the end of the first year of the Compass Project, an initiative which gave asylum seekers access to fully funded study. 20 more students will begin courses through the scheme this autumn.

20 July 2018

Professor Nead is among 76 distinguished scholars to be elected to the fellowship, having been chosen in recognition of her work on the history of nineteenth- and twentieth-century British visual culture.

20 July 2018

Birkbeck’s President calls debate to highlight collapse in part-time and mature student population and request action to reverse the trend.

06 July 2018

Anthony Bale - Executive Dean of Arts and Professor of Medieval Studies – has been awarded the Morton Bloomfield Fellowship at Harvard University for 2018-19.

04 July 2018

Government data shows salaries for Birkbeck graduates are way above sector averages a year after end of studies and ninth highest in UK.

21 June 2018

A £100,000 award from Santander will fund two significant projects to promote, develop and understand entrepreneurship.

13 June 2018

The exhibition, entitled Capsule: Inside the Medieval Book, uses modern animation to understand medieval objects. It will run from 26 June - 28 July 2018 in the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck School of Arts.

07 June 2018

Influential film theorist Professor Laura Mulvey was awarded an honorary degree by the leading US university.

29 May 2018

Birkbeck doctoral students competed in annual contest with Keith Jarrett taking the overall £500 prize.

24 May 2018

Birkbeck's Professor Marjorie Lorch had an important role in creating the RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden which has landed a Silver Gilt medal.

22 May 2018