*Birkbeck is a Cambridge Education Group partner. The course offered through Kampus is their foundation program. Foundation students studying at an institution will be provided with a conditional offer to study their desired course at that institution and upon meeting that condition (exam marks, language requirements) will be provided an unconditional offer.
Birkbeck, a part of the prestigious university of London group, is one of the few universities in the UK to specialize in evening higher education in the UK. Nearly all it’s lectures are given in the evening.
Birbeck’s alumni include numerous political leaders, members of parliament, and a British prime minister.
Birkbeck continuously receives various awards, including The Times Higher Education University of the Year Award in 2010 and the Queen’s Anniversary prize for it’s research in Brain Function and Development in 2005. Moreover, it was ranked 95th in the world for Psychology in the 2021 Times Higher Education Rankings.
Course offered at Birkbeck:
Birkbeck also offer over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that can be studied part-time or full-time.
It consists of 19 departments, which are:
Department of English, Theatre and Creative Writing
Department of Cultures and Languages
Department of History of Art
Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies
Department of Computer Science and Information Systems
Department of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics
Department of Management
Department of Organizational Psychology
Department of Law
Department of Criminology
Department of Biological Sciences
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Department of Psychological Sciences
Department of Applied Linguistics and Communication
Department of Geography
Department of History, Classics and Archaeology
Department of Philosophy
Department of Politics
Department of Psychosocial Studies
Birkbeck was the number one in graduate employment for part-time students according to a 2015 HESA survey.
Birkbeck’s part-time students were more likely to be in employment or further study six months after graduating than students from other London universities.
Birkbeck’s part-time students are more likely to be in employment or further study six months after graduating than students from other London universities.