Birkbeck is working in partnership with several organisations in London to help make it possible for students to study and achieve their goals.
University of East London
- Birkbeck's offering in Stratford is part of the Birkbeck and University of East London (UEL) partnership in Stratford.
- The key objective of this partnership is to offer additional opportunities for students in east London to study an exciting new range of higher education programmes.
- Birkbeck and UEL are developing arrangements to allow students to move more freely and flexibly between the two institutions, to create new routes for students to gain university-level qualifications.
Theatre Royal Stratford East
- Birkbeck and Theatre Royal Stratford East believe that it is central to their aims and philosophy to play a leading role in the development of the cultural and social life of east London.
- Both organisations seek to offer a wide range of individuals the opportunity to develop their potential and enhance their lives.
Sponsorship and donations
- Birkbeck works closely with organisations across London, and beyond, to create partnerships and support for Birkbeck students studying in Stratford. We are particularly pleased that the following companies and charitable organisations have actively supported Birkbeck's offering in Stratford and would like to recognise and thank these organisations for their continued collaboration:
- Aldgate & Allhallows Barking Exhibition Foundation
- Clifford Chance LLP
- Denton Wilde Sapte LLP
- Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
- Man Group plc
- Morgan Stanley
- Paul Hamlyn Foundation
- Sir John Cass's Foundation.
- We would also like to thank:
- The Eranda Foundation
- The Noon Foundation
- West Ham United Football Club
- All Birkbeck alumni who contribute to the Alumni Fund.
- Birkbeck is also working in partnership with:
- Barking College
- Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Organisations
- East Thames Housing
- Ethnic Minority Foundation
- Havering Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations
- Linking London Lifelong Learning Network
- London Thames Gateway Development Corporation
- National Institute of Adult Continuing Education
- Newham College
- Newham Sixth Form College
- Newham Voluntary Sector Consortium
- Redbridge Institute of Adult Education
- Sure Start
- Tower Hamlets College
- Tower Hamlets Youth and Community Services