Birkbeck, University of London

In the year 1823, Birkbeck University of London was established at the city of London. From the long history of University it has been dedicated to produce highly qualified manpower, fantastic academic programs and different research programs. The quality of education and research programs are in affordable price and considerable for all the educational sectors. Numbers of students are always welcome every year without any discrimination on the basis of age, sex, nationality, colors, caste & creeds. Highly qualified and dedicated lecturers are the ornaments of the University where as highly skilled manpower are the pride of the University. Every year numbers of students are graduate from this University and they are able to earn name & fame in different educational sectors.

Birkbeck, University of London offers different fantastic academic programs which are beneficial for all the students. The lists of academic programs are as follows:

  1. Undergraduate Programs:
  • Accounting
  • Art and architecture
  • Arts management
  • Biology
  • Business studies
  • Chemistry
  • Computer science
  • Foundation degrees
  • Information systems and technology
  • Interdisciplinary studies
  • January start courses
  • Management
  • Media studies
  • Science
  • Stratford courses
  • Web design and development
  1. Postgraduate Programs:
  • Business studies
  • Development studies
  • Economics
  • Human rights
  • Interdisciplinary studies
  • International studies
  • January start courses
  • Law
  • Management
  • Sports management
  1. Mphil / PhD Degrees Programs:
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Archaeology
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Arts Management
  • Biology
  • Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Classics
  • Comparative Literature
  • Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Education / Lifelong Learning
  • English and Humanities
  • Film and Screen Media
  • French
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Geography, Environment and Development Studies
  • Geology
  • German
  • History
  • History of Art
  • Iberian and Latin American Studies
  • Japanese
  • Law
  • Management
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Organizational Psychology
  • Politics
  • Sociology
  1. Certificates of Higher Education:
  • Applied Psychology
  • Arts Management
  • Community Leadership
  • Counseling and Counseling Skills
  • Criminology
  • Culture and Language (Japanese)
  • Development Studies
  • Economics
  • Film and Media Studies
  • French Studies
  • Funeral Management
  • German Studies
  • Higher Education Introductory Studies
  • History and Archaeology
  • History of Art
  • Information Technology
  • International Studies
  • Journalism
  • Management
  • Management for Personal Assistants
  • Media Practice
  • Philosophy
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Social Anthropology
  • Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies (Spanish or Portuguese)
  • Web Design Technologies
  1. Short Courses:
  • A Basic Introduction to R
  • Academic English Skills Pre-sessional (10 weeks)
  • Actors in Development: States, Institutions, Markets
  • Advanced Web Authoring
  • An Introduction to Epistemology
  • An Introduction to Metaphysics
  • Anglo-Norman London
  • Applied Data Interpretation and Analysis (Fast Track)
  • Approaches to Cinema History
  • Approaches to Language (Level 4)
  • Approaches to Study
  • Approaches to Study with English Language Support (Intensive)
  • Archaeology of the Roman Empire I
  • Archaeology of the Roman Empire II
  • Art and Society in Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • Art History: A Survey
  • Biological Basis of Behaviour
  • Birth of a Nation
  • Bosch to Bruegel: New Insights in Northern European Art 1470-1570
  • British History from 1750 I
  • British History from 1750 II
  • British Prehistory: Hunter-gatherers to Farmers
  • Building Web Applications using MySQL and PHP
  • Business Studies
  • Byzantine Constantinople
  • Chemistry Series
  • Choosing your Course
  • Community Action
  • Community-Based Project Development and Management
  • Comparative Government
  • Confirmatory Factor Analysis with AMOS
  • Creative Marketing and PR in the Creative Industries
  • Creativity and the Creative Process
  • Critical Approaches to Attachment
  • Critical Approaches to Positive Psychology
  • Cultural Perspectives on German History
  • Developing an Arts Project
  • Development and Globalisation
  • Development Economics (Fast Track)
  • Dictatorships and Crisis in Europe, 1917-1949: A Political and Social History
  • Documentary
  • Doing Anthropology
  • Economic Principles
  • Economics of Natural Resources
  • Emerging Markets
  • Essay Writing for Psychology Students
  • European History 1500-1800 I
  • European History 1500-1800 II
  • Everyday Life in Medieval London 1000-1500
  • Exploring Wellcome Collection: A Social History of Madness in Europe
  • Exploring Wellcome Collection: Medicine and Literature
  • Film: Narrative and Genre
  • Financial Markets
  • Foundation in History of Art
  • Foundations of Modern Psychology
  • French 1
  • French Language Enrolment Module, Stages 2-5
  • Freud and Psychoanalysis: An Introduction
  • From Adam Smith to Mr Keynes – A Short History of Economic Thought
  • Fundamentals of Information Technology
  • Generalizability Theory with SPSS, R, and Excel
  • Geography
  • German 1
  • German Language Enrolment Module, Stages 2-5
  • Giorgione and Caravaggio: Innovation and Influence
  • Health Psychology
  • History
  • History, Memory and Post-War Art
  • History, Theory and Method
  • Imagining France: An Introduction to French Studies
  • Intermediate Greek
  • Intermediate Latin
  • International Economics and Finance
  • International Organisations
  • Interpreting the Tower
  • Introduction to Ancient Greek
  • Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
  • Introduction to Cinema
  • Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Introduction to Counselling
  • Introduction to Database Technology
  • Introduction to Ethics
  • Introduction to Global Politics
  • Introduction to Journalism Practice
  • Introduction to Latin
  • Introduction to Methods in Cultural Study
  • Introduction to Modern Philosophy
  • Introduction to Political Philosophy
  • Introduction to Public Relations and Marketing
  • Introduction to Sumerian 1
  • Introduction to Sumerian 2
  • Introduction to Web Authoring
  • Introductions: Community and Local Government Studies
  • Introductions: Understanding the Social World
  • Introductory Logic A: The Philosopher’s Toolbox
  • Introductory Logic B: The Languages of Logic
  • Japanese 1
  • Japanese Language Enrolment Module, Stages 2-5
  • JavaScript
  • Journalism and Politics
  • Journalism in British Life
  • Journalism: Interview Skills and Feature Writing
  • Key Concepts in Cultural Analysis: The Production of the Human
  • Leadership and Governance in Local Communities
  • Leadership and Team Building
  • Literature and Culture
  • London at War: Film, Fiction and Archives
  • London from the East: A Social History of the East End
  • Macroeconomics
  • Making Financial Decisions
  • Managerial Economics (fast track)
  • Managing Change
  • Material and Process in Art
  • Material Culture, Consumption and the Construction of Self
  • Mathematics for Business
  • Mathematics Series
  • Maths and Statistics
  • Maths for the Terrified
  • Media Studies: Key Thinkers and Approaches
  • Media, Technology and Culture
  • Method and Practice in Archaeology I
  • Method and Practice in Archaeology II
  • Methods and Modelling in Mathematics
  • Mobile Application Development
  • Modern Political Analysis
  • Multiple Linear Regression with R
  • Narcissism, Depression and Authenticity
  • Nineteenth-Century French and English Painting and Design
  • Painters and Painting in the Middle Ages
  • People Management and Diversity
  • Performing/Live Arts: Histories, Networks and Organizations
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Political Identities
  • Politics
  • Pop-Up London: London History Study Day
  • Popular Culture in Japan and East Asia
  • Portuguese Language Enrolment Module, Stages 3-5
  • Pre-Sessional English for Academic Purposes (Full-time NNSE)
  • Preparing to Study Psychology
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making (Cognitive Psychology)
  • Problem-Solving for Programming
  • Psychoanalysis and Art
  • Psychological and Developmental Issues in Adolescence
  • Psychological and Developmental Issues in Adolescence
  • Psychological and Developmental Issues in Childhood
  • Psychology
  • Psychology of Criminal Behaviour (Fast-track)
  • Psychology of Learning and Learning Styles
  • Psychology of Mental Health
  • Quantitative Economic Methods (Fast Track)
  • Random Effects Models with SPSS, R, and Excel
  • Research Methods [Part 1]
  • Research Methods [Part 2]
  • Rethinking Japan: Introduction to Modern Japanese Society and Culture (Level 4)
  • Roman and Saxon London
  • Rome and Papal Patronage 1500-1650
  • Russian Art: Peter the Great to Serge Diaghilev
  • Screenwriting
  • Screenwriting – The Thirty-Minute Script
  • Social Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Sociology of Crime (Fast-track)
  • Spanish 1
  • Spanish Language Enrolment Module, Stages 2-5
  • Storytelling in Television
  • Strategy and Business Planning
  • Structural Equation Modeling with AMOS
  • Study Skills for Psychology Students
  • Study Trip to Moscow
  • Studying the Hispanic, Luso-Brazilian and Native American Worlds
  • Taking Timed Tasks for Research Methods for Psychology
  • Television: History and Future
  • The Ancient Near East in the Proto-Historical Period (3500-2000 BC)
  • The Birth of the Modern: Art and Architecture in Austria and Germany from c. 1900 Onwards
  • The Black Death
  • The Byzantine World: An Introduction
  • The Criminal Justice Process
  • The Developing Child: A Psychological Perspective
  • The English Civil War: Causes, Conflict, Consequence
  • The Evolution of the International System
  • The Holocaust: Propaganda, Experiences, Memory
  • The Marketing Challenge
  • The Medieval World I
  • The Medieval World II
  • The Mini MBA
  • The Modern British Economy
  • The Political Economy of Globalisation (Fast Track)
  • The Politics of Culture
  • The Practice of Politics
  • The Prehistory of the Ancient Near East (10,000-3500 BC)
  • The Role of the Executive Personal Assistant
  • The Study of Politics
  • The Versatile Journalist
  • The Vikings
  • Theories of Development
  • Theorizing Japanese Cinema
  • Understanding Crime
  • Understanding Culture: Language and Texts
  • Understanding Human Personality
  • Understanding Organizations
  • Visual Art: Histories, Networks and Organizations
  • Ways of Seeing
  • Web Data with XML, JSON and AJAX
  • Web Design and Development: Effective Website Development
  • Web Design and Development: Making the Web Work
  • Web Programming using PHP
  • Women in the Middle Ages
  • Writing and Language

International students are eligible to apply in this University if they follow these procedures at the time of admission:

  • Complete application through online with necessary documents.
  • Official transcripts of high school and college must be shown.
  • Immigration documents along with citizenship certificates must submit.
  • IELTS must pass out while applying in this University.
  • All the financial statement must to afford the cost of University.

Get Connected:

Address:

Birkbeck, University of London,

Malet Street,

Bloomsbury,

London WC1E 7HX,

United Kingdom.

Website: www.bbk.ac.uk