About the institution
Birkbeck is part of the University of London, having joined in 1920. It has a central London campus and a campus in Stratford, east London. The university teaches its degrees on weekday evenings (usually two to three evenings for part-time students and three to four evenings for full-time students). You can take a three, four or six year programme. Rosalind Franklin, a member of the team who discovered the molecular structure of DNA, worked as a research fellow at Birkbeck.
Department of Economics, Maths and Statistics
Still looking for the perfect university course? It’s not too late to apply to Birkbeck for autumn 2019.
Based in the heart of Bloomsbury, our Department of Economics, Maths and Statistics offers a full range of academic programmes in economics, finance, mathematics and statistics, as well as a range of shorter introductory courses. Birkbeck is a great place to study. Courses include:
- BSc Economic and Social Policy
- BSc Economics
- BSc Economics and Business
- BSc Economics and/with Mathematics
- BSc Financial Economics
- BSc Financial Economics with Accounting
- BSc Mathematics
- BSc Mathematics with Economics
- BSc Mathematics and Statistics
- BSc Economics and Business with Foundation Year
- BSc Mathematics with Foundation Year
Courses and subject guides
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