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Ready to apply? Please choose carefully from the three types of application form below.

British and Irish Citizens

If you are a British or Irish Citizen, please apply here.

International applicants

Please apply here if you do not require a Student Visa and are not a British or Irish citizen.

International applicants & Visas

Please apply here if you do require a student visa.

Our Admissions service considers you as a person and not just your qualifications. Our personalised approach will ensure barriers or challenges you may have faced in the past do not determine your future. Therefore we aim to support you through the application process, so get in touch if you are unsure. Complete the form in full and ensure you keep an eye on your emails for updates and any further requests for information. We look forward to welcoming you.

Fees and financial support

Our commitment to removing barriers means that we look at every possible way we can to support our students, knowing that every little does count.


Curriculum interviews are part of the application process, we want you to feel relaxed and confident so that we see you at your best.

Open Days

Come and meet us, we are a friendly, diverse bunch and you’ll find out so much more when you attend an open day.


Download a personlised prospectus to browse through, this will help you decide if we are right for you.

Want to talk to someone?

Do you have a question for us? Talk to our application experts, you can also ask our Student Ambassadors about life at Bloomsbury Institute.

We’re here Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm (except bank holidays).

At Bloomsbury you qualify quicker

Accounting and Finance promotion
Law and legal practice promotion
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How the application process works

Step 1

Complete the application form to let us know which course you would like to study and your existing qualifications.

Step 2

Apply for Student Finance as soon as you have submitted your application to avoid delays.

Step 3

You will be offered a place if you meet the entry requirements, or, invited to an Admissions Assessment.

Step 4

International applicants are issued a CAS or may take a Pre-CAS Interview in order to gain a Student visa.

Step 5

Welcome to Bloomsbury Institute! Enrolment and Induction take place the week before your studies begin.

The Bloomsbury Institute difference

Work experience on course

Students build up their hours on course, for example via Bloomsbury Law Clinic.

International scholarship

Upon graduation, all of our International Graduates recieve £1,000

Based in Central London

In the heart of London’s education quarter, with access to Birkbeck’s vast library and resources.


Support to find work

As soon as international students are issued their CAS, they will have access to Student Circus, providing a wealth of vacancies, support, employability courses and resources.

International Student visa

The Student visa entitles students to work 20 hours per week, full-time during vacation,  and on graduation they receive a further two-year Graduate visa.

Are you happy with our service?

We put a lot of effort into ensuring everyone that we interact with has a positive experience of Bloomsbury Institue.  For that reason, we provide a transparent and clear complaints process.