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Government data shows salaries for Birkbeck graduates are way above sector averages a year after end of studies and 12th highest in UK.

21 June 2018

A £100,000 award from Santander will fund two significant projects to promote, develop and understand entrepreneurship.

13 June 2018

Anne-Marie Canning, who studies Public Policy and Management at Birkbeck, was recognised in the Honours for services to higher education.

11 June 2018

Convened by the Raphael Samuel History Centre at Birkbeck and Queen Mary University of London, along with Ash Kotak, the festival will explore the histories and cultures of HIV/AIDS from the 1980s to the present day.

01 June 2018

Birkbeck doctoral students competed in annual contest with Keith Jarrett taking the overall £500 prize.

24 May 2018

This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding postdoctoral researcher to join the core team of the new Wellcome Trust-funded Investigator Award on ‘Sexual Violence, Medicine, and Psychiatry’

10 May 2018

A position is being offered to undertake oral histories from people (staff and students) who have been involved with Birkbeck over the past 80 years

10 May 2018

Dr Sue Brooks has won an award from the Geographical Association (GA), which is given to the author of the article in each of the GA’s journals that is felt to have made the most significant contribution to geographical teaching and learning.

02 May 2018

Professor Jan Rüger is shortlisted for the Wolfson History Prize for his exploration of Heligoland, from the Napoleonic Wars to the Cold War.

16 April 2018

A new book co-edited by Dr William Ackah uses historical and contemporary examples to show how spiritual rituals and religion are understood by people of African descent.

04 April 2018