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.
Professor Bill Bowring awarded Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences
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.
Professor Martin Paul Eve awarded Medal of Honour in the Humanities and Social Sciences
The Medal of Honour is awarded to laureates of exceptional academic or social distinction, who make a unique contribution to the mutual relationship between faculties and universities.
Public engagement with research
A grant from Research Councils UK will enable Birkbeck to build upon existing public engagement initiatives and enrich our culture of engagement.
Sunil Gupta: In Pursuit of Love
Peltz Gallery, 43 Gordon Square
No booking required
The Centre for Research on Race and Law - Strategic litigation: Anti-racism in the courtroom?
CLO B01, Clore Management Centre, Tavistock Square, London, WC1E 7JL
Free entry; booking required
Murray seminar - Kim Woods on Speaking Sculptures
Keynes Library, Birkbeck School of Arts, 43-46 Gordon Square
Free entry; first come, first seated
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.