If you are applying to any full-time undergraduate course at Birkbeck after 30 June 2017, you need to make your application through UCAS Clearing.
Fees and payment
With government loans for undergraduate and postgraduate study, fantastic financial support packages and flexible payment options, there’s never been a better time to study at Birkbeck.
Courses taught in Stratford
We offer undergraduate courses in a range of subjects at our second campus in Stratford, east London.
Birkbeck is committed to doing everything we can to help you finance your studies. Find out about what is available, how to apply and the advice and support we provide.
Evening study explained
Birkbeck is London’s only specialist provider of evening higher education. With classes held 6pm-9pm, your days are free to study, work, volunteer, or just do your own thing.
Most of our students live in private accommodation, but we also offer student accommodation and access to the professional services of the University of London Housing Services.
How to apply
Once you've found the course that's right for you, here's what to do next to get your place at Birkbeck. We can give you the advice and support you need.
Every year, we run events to help new students get the best possible start at Birkbeck. Come and explore the campus, prepare for study and meet your classmates.
We welcome applicants from all educational backgrounds and we encourage those without traditional qualifications to apply. We will consider your knowledge and work experience alongside your qualifications.
Life at Birkbeck
Birkbeck offers a unique combination of evening study and a matchless central London location, right in the geographic and academic centre of the city, giving you exceptional opportunities.
Birkbeck graduate named among 100 Most Influential Young Africans
Amr Sobhy, who graduated from Birkbeck’s MSc Public Policy and Management in 2016 is best known for MorsiMeter: a digital initiative to monitor the performance of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, the first tool of its kind in Egypt and the Middle East to hold a president accountable for his promises.
Workplaces failing to tackle 'always on' culture
New research from the Department of Organizational Psychology’s Dr Almuth McDowall found that unlike other countries, the UK has made little progress in helping staff switch off outside of work hours – to the detriment of workers' wellbeing.
In Pursuit of Love
The Peltz Gallery celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality with an exhibition of artist Sunil Gupta’s iconic images of gay love and desire.
Study UK: Discover You! Work and Study (Online)
No booking required
Sunil Gupta: In Pursuit of Love - private view and reception
Peltz Gallery, 43 Gordon Square
Free entry; booking recommended
Bridges to Birkbeck: HEIS Application Workshop (Tottenham)
639 Enterprise Centre, 639 High Road, London, N17 8AA
Free entry; booking required
Siblings and the law
Daniel Monk discusses what the law has to say about sibling relationships, including inheritance and care laws, drawing on research that has highlighted the importance of siblings for children’s development, wellbeing and identity.
Politics and populism
Dr Jason Edwards on the quickening pace of politics and a resurgent populist movement.