Undergraduate entry requirements
- Applicants from Jordan who have taken the Tawjihi (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) will normally require a Foundation course for entry onto undergraduate programmes at the university. These offer the opportunity for guaranteed progression onto Birkbeck’s Bachelor programmes.
- 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.
- Students who have studied for 1 or 2 years at a recognised higher education institution in Iraq may be considered for year 1 entry.
Postgraduate entry requirements
- To be considered for entry onto a Master’s degree at Birkbeck, a student from Jordan must have completed a Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university. 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.
- Jordanian degree classification:
- Letter: A; CGPA: 3.25-4.00 (alternative name: Excellent; English translation or equivalent: 1st)
- Letter: B+/B; CGPA: 2.50-3.24 (alternative name: Very good; English translation or equivalent: 2:1)
- Letter: B/C+; CGPA: 2.10-2.49 (alternative name: Good; English translation or equivalent: 2:2).
- CGPA: 2.00-2.09 (English translation or equivalent: Third Class).
Research degrees entry requirements
- The usual entrance requirement for a research degree is a Master’s degree.
- Applicants are strongly urged to contact potential supervisors within the department before submitting a research application.