Applications and admissions
Once you've found the course that's right for you, here's what to do next to get your place at Birkbeck. We are on hand to give you all the advice and support you need, from choosing your course to writing your personal statement, completing your application and enrolling as a new student.
If you have a query about your application or the admissions process at Birkbeck, please contact the Student Advice Service.
If you want to study one of our full-time undergraduate courses, you will need to apply through UCAS.
You apply directly to Birkbeck for our part-time undergraduate and part-time and full-time postgraduate courses.
Birkbeck offers full-time courses to international students at a variety of levels, in a wide range of subject areas.
If you are interested in studying a particular module, without doing a full degree, you can apply to study here as an affiliate student.
If you accumulate credits through university study, it may be possible to transfer them to another institution from Birkbeck or to Birkbeck from another institution.
If you are studying a Level 3 qualification at a partner institution, you are guaranteed an offer for any undergraduate course at Birkbeck.
Before you can start your course each year, you need to enrol. By enrolling, you officially become a student of Birkbeck.
In these videos, our academics advise on what we look for in applications and give their top tips.