Presentation schedule

Our free presentations are a great introduction to Birkbeck and what it's like to study here. You don't need to book - just drop in. You can come along to as many presentations as you like.

This schedule is indicative, to give you a sense of the range and type of presentations available. The actual schedule for our next Open Evening, on 22 June, will be posted here closer to the time.

Woburn Suite – Senate House

  • 4.10pm: Get Started Undergraduate: Applying to university – Andrea Picazo
  • 4.35pm: Welcome to Birkbeck – Caroline McDonald/Mark Stringer
  • 5pm: Student Support Services – Speaker TBC
  • 5.25pm: Welcome to Birkbeck - Caroline McDonald/Mark Stringer
  • 5.50pm: Work & Learn: Make the most of your evening study (Careers and BBK Talent) - Alex Jones
  • 6.15pm: Psychosocial Studies - Dr Gillian Forrester and Ana Lewin
  • 6.40pm: Counselling courses – Laurence Spurling
  • 7.05pm: Economics, Mathematics and Statistics – Professor Stephen Wright

Gordon Room - Senate House

  • 4.10pm: Get Started Postgraduate: Why Study and How to Fund Your Postgraduate Qualification - Krishna Tirbhowan
  • 4.35pm: Politics - Professor Eric Kaufmann
  • 5pm: Management (Postgraduate) – Dr Geoff Walters
  • 5.30pm: Management (Undergraduate) – Dr Christine Guo
  • 5.50pm: Psychology (Undergraduate) - Dr Gillian Forrester
  • 6.15pm: Computer Science and Information Systems – George Magoulas
  • 6.40pm: Politics - Matthijs Van de Bos and Dermot Hodson
  • 7.05pm: Criminology - Dr. Sarah Lamble

Bloomsbury Room - Senate House

  • 4.15pm: Undergraduate Student Financial Support
  • 4.45pm: Postgraduate Student Financial Support
  • 5.15pm: Undergraduate Student Financial Support
  • 6pm: Postgraduate Student Financial Support
  • 6.30pm: Undergraduate Student Financial Support
  • 7pm: Postgraduate Student Financial Support

G21A - Senate House

  • 4.10pm: BSc Social Sciences – Dr Jan Etienne
  • 4.35pm: Certificates of Higher Education in Science and Maths - Access to Undergraduate Programmes - Dr Sue Dunn
  • 5pm: Birkbeck Library - Noemi Defossez
  • 5.25pm: Central Saint Martin's Birkbeck MBA - Pamela Yeow
  • 5.50pm: Cultures and Languages - Dr Joanne Leal
  • 6.15pm: History, Classics and Archaeology - Dr Fred Anscombe
  • 6.40pm: Law - Adam Gearey
  • 7.05pm: Higher Education Introductory Studies - From Certificates to Degree study - Kerry Harman