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Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London

NSS Survey 2018

HAVE YOUR SAY. Make a difference to the Birkbeck student experience and take part in the National Student Survey or other BBK student surveys. Have #bbkyoursay now!

MRes Bursaries

New Mres Bursaries are available from the 2018/19 academic year, click here to find out more.

Internationally Recognised Research

The Department of Philosophy enjoys an international reputation for the consistently high quality of its research. We have compiled an overview of all academic staff members' reseach interests for your reference.

New Government Postgraduate Loans

Find out more about the new government loan for Master's courses, plus our flexible payment options

Funding for Research Students

Find out more about the funding available within the School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy.

Dr Stacie Friend to give a talk during the PhilEAs Conference Cycle

On Thursday 19 April, Dr Stacie Friend will give a talk on 'The Factual Basis of Learning from Fiction' as part of the PhilEAs Conference Cycle at the University of Geneva.

Philosophy Master of Research Bursary

The Department of Philosophy will award a limited number of bursaries to students embarking on the MRes in Philosophy for 2018/19

Promotions in the Department of Philosophy

Dr Alex Grzankowski, Dr Andrew Huddleston and Dr Robert Northcott have recently received promotions.

Birkbeck in global top 100 for latest QS subject rankings

College achieves high placings for many of its subjects in 2018 world tables.

From Paris with love

“Studying at Birkbeck is easily the most significant thing I’ve ever done in my life.” Inspired by her time at Birkbeck and motivated to invest in the College’s future, actress and photographer Paris Jefferson has pledged a gift to Birkbeck in her will.

03 May 2018 - 10:00: The Role of Content in Mind, Language, and Metaphysics

The Birkbeck Workshop On The Role of Content in Mind, Language, and Metaphysics

08 June 2018 - 10:00: 4th biennial Edgington Lectures

4th biennial Edgington Lectures will be delivered by Katherine Hawley on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th June 2018 + Call for papers