10 tips for overcoming back-to-campus anxiety

Published: Monday 20th September 2021

Written by Rebecca Collins (Disability and Well-being Advisor) Bloomsbury Institute is returning to campus on September 2021. Does this make you excited, nervous or unsure? There is no right answer and it’s ok to feel uncertain or anxious. You won’t be the only one with mixed feelings. You may have worries about travelling, health, mask […]

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TLC 2021: Who Do We Want To Be?

Published: Friday 30th July 2021

On 9 July 2021, Bloomsbury Institute’s Teaching and Learning Conference returned for a day spent considering the importance of identity to the future of higher education. Shifting guidelines around coronavirus restrictions meant that preparing for the event had the feeling of planning for a picnic in the rain. So it came as no surprise when, […]

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External appointments to Academy of International Business & Global Entrepreneurship Network

Published: Friday 30th July 2021

As we continue to collaborate with like-minded organisations across the higher education sector and beyond, our academic staff are also forming exciting links with networks in their fields of expertise. This year, Arif Zaman, Business Management Senior Lecturer and Module Leader, joined the team of the Academy of International Business (AIB) and Global Entrepreneurship Network […]

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Bloomsbury Institute’s innovation showcased through Advance HE Torch Relay

Published: Tuesday 27th July 2021

The pandemic has presented all higher education providers with a range of challenges. But with this came the opportunity to innovate. This summer, the Advance HE Connect Benefit Series celebrates the efforts of all those colleagues in academia who have shown ingenuity, resilience, and empathy as they have coped with an unprecedented change in teaching, […]

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Bloomsbury Institute students 14% more satisfied than average

Published: Tuesday 20th July 2021

Bloomsbury Institute continues to surpass the sector average for student satisfaction. This year the overall satisfaction rate of Bloomsbury Institute students is 89%, 14% higher than the sector average of 75% according to The National Student Survey (NSS). After a challenging year for students, Bloomsbury Institute maintained an overall satisfaction rate of 89%, compared to other universities […]

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Help Joe raise money for Combat Stress

Published: Friday 4th June 2021

On 25 June, Joe Stevens, LLB Course Leader here at Bloomsbury Institute, will be walking the length of Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for Combat Stress. Combat Stress is the UK’s leading mental health veteran’s charity, dedicated to helping former servicemen and women with mental health problems. Having been a former military veteran serving in […]

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TalkCampus has launched at Bloomsbury Institute!

Published: Monday 24th May 2021

Student life can be tough and we know sometimes you might not want to talk to us about how you’re feeling. For times like these, we’ve launched a new mental health service called TalkCampus. It’s a free to download app where you can talk with other students from around the world if you’re struggling and […]

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Covid-19 Support Fund is back!

Published: Friday 14th May 2021

Earlier this year, we launched the Covid-19 Support Fund to give financial support to students who have been negatively affected by Covid-19. The Fund helped many of you and we are now happy to announce that we have re-opened the Covid-19 Support Fund for all our students. If you have experienced a significant reduction in […]

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Bloomsbury Radio: New programmes and updates

Published: Friday 30th April 2021

Bloomsbury Radio officially launched just over a year ago, and since then the station has grown popular with staff and students, as well as the wider Bloomsbury community. After successfully completing this year’s Radio Training Programme, there have been lots of exciting developments thanks to the ‘Radio Graduates’. Firstly, we’re delighted to announce the launch […]

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Resources to help homeschool children during lockdown

Published: Monday 25th January 2021

We’re well into our third lockdown, and for many of you, that means more time at home juggling your degree with extra pressures and responsibilities. We know that for a lot of you, not only are you keeping up with your own studies, but the closure of schools has now put you in charge of […]

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