Birkbeck University of London Gordon Square

By | 18th April 2017

Birkbeck University of London Gordon Square

43 Gordon Square

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GOR B0124£160 – £245More information about GOR B01
GOR B0220£160 – £250More information about GOR B02
GOR B0340£185 – £275More information about GOR B03
GOR B04127£395 – £610More information about GOR B04
GOR B0624£155 – £245More information about GOR B06
GOR B0724£155 – £245More information about GOR B07
GOR B1330£165 – £260More information about GOR B13
GOR G0130£165 – £260More information about GOR G01
GOR G0228£165 – £260More information about GOR G02
GOR G0328£165 – £260More information about GOR G03
GOR G0434£180 – £280More information about GOR G04
GOR 10424£165 – £260More information about GOR 104
GOR 12020£165 – £260More information about GOR 120
GOR 12112£155 – £245More information about GOR 121
GOR 12227£165 – £260More information about GOR 122
GOR 12430£165 – £260More information about GOR 124
GOR 21816£155 – £245More information about GOR 218
GOR 22416£155 – £245More information about GOR 224
GOR 22716£155 – £245More information about GOR 227
GOR 31716£155 – £245More information about GOR 317
GOR 32118£155 – £245More information about GOR 321
GOR 32422£160 – £250More information about GOR 324
GOR 3230£145 – £230More information about GOR 323
GOR 32720£160 – £250More information about GOR 327

 

The history of Birkbeck

Birkbeck has been helping people access higher education and transform their lives for nearly 200 years. We have an illustrious, unconventional and radical history that we are very proud of.

Birkbeck was founded on the evening of 11 November 1823, when around 2000 people flocked to the Crown and Anchor Tavern on the Strand to hear Dr George Birkbeck speak on the importance of educating the working people of London. Supporters present at the event including Jeremy Bentham, the philosopher and originator of Utilitarianism, Sir John Hobhouse, a Radical MP who held several important government posts across his career, and Henry Brougham, a liberal MP, anti-slavery campaigner and tireless educational reformer.