Bloomsbury Institute / Goodenough College Scholarship

Published: Monday 25th April 2022

We are delighted to announce the creation of a new partnership scholarship, the ‘Bloomsbury Institute / Goodenough College Scholarship’ – starting in October 2022. The scholarship, covering 50 weeks of study and living costs (worth £27,500), is open to a student from Paraguay, allowing the successful candidate to study for a one-year MBA or MSc […]

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Valrie Grant in conversation with Arif Zaman

Published: Thursday 21st April 2022

We were delighted to host Valrie Grant, winner of Commonwealth Woman Entrepreneur of the Year and accomplished geospatial analyst, on Bloomsbury Radio in conversation with our very own Arif Zaman. Valrie highlighted the importance of walking the fine line between educating and supporting emerging entrepreneurs, whilst also building a sustainable future. The conversation marks the announcement (by the Commonwealth Businesswomen’s […]

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The Gratitude Project

Published: Tuesday 22nd March 2022

Gratitude has been celebrated throughout history, religions and cultures as the key to happiness, but is it still possible to practice gratitude in the 21st Century? Practicing gratitude can regularly decrease stress and build resilience, but it can sometimes feel that modern life gets in the way. In this blog post, we’ll take a look […]

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Why study Law?

Published: Wednesday 16th March 2022

If you are interested in making a difference to society, then studying a law degree may be for you. A degree in law will help shape and develop your thinking around key issues related to humanity. A law degree opens doors to many different opportunities. You will gain the skills needed to become a successful […]

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Choosing the right university for you

Published: Wednesday 23rd February 2022

With over 150 higher education providers in the UK, choosing the right university for you isn’t a simple decision! There are so many factors to consider – the course, teaching style, location and the support available to students. If you’re feeling a bit lost, we’ve shared our top tips to help you choose which university […]

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11 ways to practice self-love on Valentine’s Day

Published: Monday 14th February 2022

Today is Valentine’s Day, and many people, even card manufacturers, are feeling under pressure, undervalued or underwhelmed. It can feel like an endurance test for the loved up and singles alike. But this year, whoever you’re celebrating with, we’d like you to focus on the most important relationship you’ll ever have: the one with yourself. […]

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Why study Accounting and Finance?

Published: Tuesday 8th February 2022

Whether you’re an accountant working directly in a business, or you’re keen to join an accounting practice working with multiple clients, effectively managing money is key to the running of any successful organisation. And as countries around the world evolve, qualified accountants are in huge demand. The accounting field offers several career options from auditing […]

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Student Learning Technology job

Published: Wednesday 2nd February 2022

If you love studying at Bloomsbury Institute and want to get involved, join our Learning Technology team! You will gain valuable work experience and we offer payment for all work undertaken, in line with the London Living Wage. You will be involved in creating digital resources and at the same time, you will improve or […]

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Perfectionism and imposter syndrome

Published: Thursday 27th January 2022

Perfectionism and imposter syndrome often come as a package deal – not surprising, as both include having outrageously high expectations and are fuelled by self-doubt. Given the pressures of balancing studying for a degree with family, work and a social life, students will often have first-hand experience of being a perfectionist and / or imposter […]

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NSS 2022 is now open for all final year students

Published: Monday 24th January 2022

The National Student Survey (NSS) is now open to all final year students! And good news for all that take part – you’ll receive a £10 Amazon voucher. To complete the survey, head to: The NSS closes 30 April 2022. What is the National Student Survey? The National Student Survey is an independent, widely […]

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