Because Birkbeck's courses are taught in the evening, students have opportunities to work or intern during the day to further their career before they graduate.
Birkbeck provides extensive support services including its own specialist recruitment agency, Birkbeck Talent.
Birkbeck has a financial support scheme for undergraduate students enrolling on new full-time and part-time degree programmes.
Birkbeck is London’s evening university, with classes taking place between 6pm and 9pm. This unique evening study gives Birkbeck students the freedom to use their daytime however they like. With a global reputation for high-quality research, Birkbeck is part of the prestigious University of London, and has two campuses: one in Bloomsbury, central London; and one in Stratford, east London.
Given its unique collegiate structure with thirteen academic partners, it would be inappropriate for the University of the Highlands and Islands to appear in the main league table. The university does appear in the relevant subject tables.