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The female prison population worldwide has risen by more than 50% since 2000 with more than 714,000 women and girls now imprisoned globally, according to new research from Birkbeck’s Institute of Criminal Policy Research.

09 November 2017

Birkbeck opens applications for its inaugural Birkbeck Public Engagement Awards.

08 November 2017

Twenty asylum seekers from troubled places around the world joined Birkbeck at the start of the new academic year thanks to the Compass Project, a ground-breaking initiative that provided fully-funded places for them to study undergraduate or postgraduate certificate courses of their choice.

19 October 2017

Professor Bowring is a leading expert in the UK on legal and human rights issues in Russia and the countries of the Former Soviet Union, and Eastern and Central Europe.

16 October 2017

Professor David Latchman, Master of Birkbeck, offers his personal welcome to new and returning students.

02 October 2017

The newly published Times Higher Education World University rankings for 2017-18 puts Birkbeck in the top third of more than a thousand leading universities, and in the top 10% of universities for international outlook, based on overseas staff, students and research collaborations.

05 September 2017

Daniele D’Alvia received the commendation for his paper on Special Purpose Acquisition Companies.

17 August 2017

The Survey, and the College’s recent TEF Silver award, confirms that Birkbeck’s teaching is among the best in the country.

08 August 2017

The bursaries, each worth £3000, will enable students from groups under-represented in higher education to enrol on a foundation year programme at Birkbeck.

28 July 2017

Donors, volunteers, students and staff of Birkbeck gathered at ‘An Evening of Thanks’ to celebrate contributions to college life, made possible by the generosity of benefactors.

17 July 2017