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Student Recruitment Agents

Bloomsbury Institute is unique in its diversity, thanks in part to our international students and staff who come to us from all over the world. We have a big heart, daring students and staff to be different, to make things happen, and to be kind. We will leave no one behind.

Why choose Bloomsbury Institute for your clients?

Our newly designed undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are academically rigorous but are distinctly vocational to ensure graduates are work-ready and can secure graduate-level employment, qualifying quicker. All our degrees have globally recognised accreditations built in, Law having the maximum exemptions in the UK.

At Bloomsbury you qualify quicker

Accounting and Finance promotion
Law and legal practice promotion
Business management promotion
International markets

We actively recruit globally, where you will find us at education fairs, see us on social media, and hear our name via student counsellors.


Equivalent qualifications

To find out if we accept your international qualifications, on many of our course pages you will find a box where you will be able to see which equivalent qualifications we accept per country. If you are unsure, just contact us.

Latin America

Currently we are increasing our recruitment activity in Latin American countries.


Currently we are increasing our activity in African countries.

The Bloomsbury Institute difference

Work experience on course

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

International scholarships

Upon graduation, all of our International Graduates receive £1,000. We also offer a £1,500 Entry Scholarship to our new MSc Accounting and Finance and MSc Finance and Wealth Management international students for the June and October 2024 intakes.

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.

“One of the great things about Bloomsbury is its support network, in particular the SEWS team. They provide invaluable support and encouragement that just make you feel like you are not alone. No matter what our struggles are, you know they are there to fall back on and steer you in the right direction, no matter the issue.”

Andrea David, Law Undergraduate

Bloomsbury Radio

“Through Bloomsbury Radio we teach the attributes of listening, empathy and critical softer skills.”


Bloomsbury Institute offers the chance to study in central London, one of the most exciting cities in the world.

English language requirements

It is important that applicants have a good standard of English to be successful in their studies with us.

How to apply

Here you will find everything students need to know about the application journey.

Tuition Fees, deposit and scholarships

Students need to prove they have enough money to support themselves whilst studying in the UK.

How international students apply to Bloomsbury in 6 easy steps

Step 1

Student creates their account here, verifies their email and logs in.

Step 2

Admissions will contact their Agent within 3 working days and ask them to upload these 5 documents on their behalf:

  • Academic Certificates and Transcripts
  • English Language Qualification/Test
  • Letter of Recommendation or a Reference
  • CV
  • MBA students will be required to provide proof of 2 years of supervisory/managerial experience
Step 3

Subject to document verification and satisfaction of entry criteria, students will then be made a conditional or unconditional offer.

Step 4

Once all verification is complete, the agent and student will be provided with access to CAS Shield where all administrative stages will be completed before the CAS is issued.

Step 5

Once ready, we will ask the student to complete an online enrolment form.

Step 6

CAS is issued, alongside a date and time for enrolment and induction. Students will then be instructed on how to apply for their student visa.

Do you want to speak to someone?

Our International Office is here to help and can offer guidance and support throughout the application process.

We’re here Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm except bank holidays.

Useful resources for International Agents and students

How to apply for your UK Student Visa
Qualification verification process
Pearson qualification verification process
How to make an online application
Further details on courses, entry requirements and fees
The Agent Journey on CAS Shield
The Student Journey on CAS Shield