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School of Science, Birkbeck, University of London

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Birkbeck's evening study can transform your life

With evening classes your days are free for you to study, work, volunteer or care for your family. Find out more at one of our Open Evenings.

Full-time and part-time study

Find out how studying at London's evening university can change your life.

One World Festival - a look back at events

Read about some of the highlights from Birkbeck's first One World Festival [blog]

Science Week 2018 - catch up with content

Catch up with blogs, photos and videos from our recent Science Week lectures

Department of Psychological Sciences achieves Athena SWAN Bronze Award

The Athena SWAN Awards are bestowed by the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) to recognise and reward commitment to gender equality in higher education.

Birkbeck researchers discover source of historic Italian earthquake that killed 80,000

The fault runs along the Messina Strait where Europe’s longest bridge has been proposed

Congratulations to Birkbeck’s graduates

Graduates are formally celebrating their academic qualification at seven ceremonies across three days from 30 April to 2 May.

20 May 2019 - 10:00: Arts Week 2019

Arts Week 2019 programme is now live!

21 May 2019 - 18:00: The Journey of a Start-up: In Action!

Birkbeck's Enterprise Programme are excited to bring two founders to campus to meet, advise and inspire you with their startup journey.

28 May 2019 - 18:00: Get Started: Studying at University (Stratford)

So you want to go to university, but aren't sure where to start? Birkbeck's Access and Engagement team are here to help!

3 June 2019 - 12:00: Refugees, Newcomers, Citizens: migration stories from Picture Post, 1938-1955

This exhibition explores the Picture Post magazine's stories of refugees and immigrants to Britain from the 1930s to the 1950s.

4 June 2019 - 18:00: Refugees, Newcomers, Citizens: migration stories from Picture Post, 1938-1956 reception and private view

This exhibition explores the Picture Post magazine's stories of refugees and immigrants to Britain from the 1930s to the 1950s.