Applicants from Romania who have completed the Diplomă de Bacalaureat can be considered for direct entry to an undergraduate course at Birkbeck if they have obtained a minimum overall grade of 8/10. The marking scheme is on a scale of 0–20 where the minimum pass-mark is 10.
Applicants with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or A-levels will be considered for direct admission to our undergraduate degree programmes. IB requirements range from 28–30, depending on the course.
Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements can consider a Foundation course, which allows students the chance to progress onto Birkbeck’s Bachelor programmes.
To be considered for entry onto a Master’s degree at Birkbeck, a student from Romania must have completed a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a recognised Romanian institution; students with the following qualifications will be considered for postgraduate degrees:
Diploma de licentã (since 2005) with a minimum overall score of 8/10
Romanian degree classification;
10 (English translation or equivalent: 1st)
9 (English translation or equivalent: 2:1)
8 (English translation or equivalent: 2:2)
Please note that all applications are considered on an individual basis and students may be admitted to Master's programmes with a lower level degree if they have work experience relevant to the degree applied for.
If you do not meet these criteria, you can apply for Birkbeck’s International Foundation Programme, which acts as a bridge between undergraduate and postgraduate study, preparing students to study a Master’s degree in the UK. There are progression pathways onto various courses at Birkbeck
Another option is the Master's Foundation programme, which is available for 2- or 3-term progression onto a wide range of Master’s degrees at Birkbeck.
Research degrees entry requirements
The usual entrance requirement for a research degree is a Master’s degree from a recognised university; schools may accept students with high grades in the undergraduate degree.
Applicants are strongly urged to contact potential supervisors within the department before submitting a research application.