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Average salary for Birkbeck College alumni & graduates

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The average salary for Birkbeck College alumni & graduates is $61,000 per year.The average bonus for Birkbeck College is $3,100.


Top Birkbeck College Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

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Financial Services

$96,000 
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Human Resources

$77,000 
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Consulting, Accounting & Professional Services

$65,000 
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IT & Software Development

$62,000 
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Finance Control & Strategy

$59,000 
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Programme & Project Management

$56,000 
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According to our data, the highest paid Birkbeck College alumni & graduates are Financial Services professionals at $96,000 yearly. The lowest paid Birkbeck College alumni & graduates are Public Sector & Not For Profit professionals at $42,000.

 


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Top Birkbeck College Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

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Masters in Finance

$125,000 
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Masters in Science

$66,000 
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Master (Other)

$61,000 
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Masters of Arts

$55,000 
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Bachelor of Science

$48,000 
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Other

$45,000 
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The best paying degree at Birkbeck College is Masters in Finance, with alumni earning an average salary of $125,000.
Graduates from Birkbeck College who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Other degree, earning a salary of $45,000 yearly.

 

More about Birkbeck College

 

Birkbeck College has been a constituent college of the greater University of London since 1920. It was founded 1823 as a higher educational college dedicated to the education of working people a radical idea at the time. Today it is acknowledged as London's leading provider of higher education evening courses, incorporating undergraduate, post-graduate and short programmes. The Department of Management was established in 1992 and became part of the new School of Business, Economics and Informatics in 2009. Some of its undergraduate management degrees can be pursued at the college's recently established second campus in Stratford, East London.

 

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