Many of our schools offer bursaries and studentships to enable the most promising students to pursue their research at Birkbeck.
- : we are delighted to announce our participation in the ESRC funded UCL, Bloomsbury and East London Doctoral Training Partnership.
School of Arts funding
School of Business, Economics and Informatics funding
- School of Business, Economics and Informatics research studentships
- Department of Computer Science and Information Systems studentships
- The Economic and Social Research Council Studentships on health and well-being (psychological approaches).
School of Law funding
School of Science funding
- ArcelorMittal Learning Ladder bursaries for students in east London: ArcelorMittal - the world’s leading steel and mining company - has made a major donation to Birkbeck to sponsor students in east London. As part of the three-year gift, called the Learning Ladder, ArcelorMittal will pay for four undergraduate student bursaries, tuition fees for one postgraduate student, and support for a student researching a PhD in crystallography (the study of atomic and molecular structures). For more information or to apply for the ArcelorMittal awards please email Matthew Jackson or telephone 020 7380 3169.
- Birkbeck Anniversary funding for Psychology research
- BBSRC funded London Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme
- ESRC funding for Psychology degrees
- London NERC Doctoral Training Partnership: for Earth and Planetary Studies PhD candidates
- STFC PhD Studentship in Planetary Science
- Wellcome Trust 4 year Interdisciplinary PhD Programme.
School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy funding
Professional and Career Development loans
- A Professional and Career Development loan is a commercial bank loan that you can use to help pay for work-related learning. We are a registered Learning Provider (registration number 4857), which means you can apply for this loan to study at Birkbeck.
Birkbeck Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund (ISSF)
- The Bloomsbury Colleges are offering 11 PhD studentships, each of three years' duration, to start in the academic year 2017/18.