Graduation 2021: Celebrating your success

Published: Friday 3rd December 2021

Graduation is the highlight of our academic year – it is the much-awaited celebration of graduates’ hard work and achievements with family and friends. This year we were extremely happy to hold an in-person ceremony, at such a historic building, Central Hall Westminster. This couldn’t have been possible if not for the sheer resilience and […]

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How students engage with their learning and develop their skills

Published: Friday 3rd December 2021

On 24 November 2021, we welcomed Jonathan Neves, Head of Business Intelligence and Surveys of Advance HE, to our first Widening Participation Forum of 2021/22. The Widening Participation Forum takes an in-depth look at the barriers students face when accessing and engaging in higher education and the steps we can take to remove these obstacles. […]

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How to break the habit of procrastination

Published: Tuesday 30th November 2021

Written by Rebecca Collins (Disability & Wellbeing Advisor) The art of putting things off until tomorrow is often sadly underappreciated, especially by academics who were expecting your assignment today. The lengths we go to avoid something are quite phenomenal and our inventiveness really should be applauded. It rarely is though, and we are often our […]

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Getting the most out of your graduation day

Published: Tuesday 16th November 2021

Make the most out of your graduation day in London! Celebrate your success with your friends and family in a city with so much to see, from Westminster to the West End. If you’ve only got one day to spend, make sure you spend it well! In this post, we’re going to help you plan your […]

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Bloomsbury Radio’s Extensive Coverage Shines a Light on 16th Annual Bloomsbury Festival

Published: Monday 8th November 2021

With sponsors including The Bedford Estates, The University of London and the National Lottery’s Heritage Fund, the 16th Bloomsbury Festival took place between 15 and 24 October with 130 events celebrating Bloomsbury’s unique contribution to London’s cultural, academic and residential communities. This year’s theme, ‘Shining Light’, was conceived in the long, dark days of the […]

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Enter Bloomsbury Radio’s first radio play competition

Published: Monday 8th November 2021

Bloomsbury Institute is delighted to announce its inaugural radio play competition. Playwrights are invited to submit a two-hand radio play to be performed on Bloomsbury Radio by professional actors. Exploring the theme of Legally Speaking, the competition is open to everyone – aspiring or established writers, legal professionals, students and anyone in-between. The closing date […]

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Tatiana Veiga Das Neves Student President 2021-2022 Bloomsbury Institute

Student Election 2021-22 results

Published: Thursday 4th November 2021

The Student Election 2021-22 results are in and we are very happy to announce that Bloomsbury Institute Student Guild’s (BISG) next Student President is… Tatiana Veiga Das Neves – 2nd year Business and Management student! Tatiana, pictured to the left, will be the Guild’s 7th Student President and will lead the Student Guild through the […]

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3 ways to manage your stress

Published: Thursday 28th October 2021

Written by Rebecca Collins (Disability and Wellbeing Advisor) Stressed out?  Wouldn’t it be nice to only feel just enough stress to be motivated, in control and confident? You know when you’re multitasking like a pro and no challenge is too great? Scientists call this eustress and whilst we can’t remove all the things that cause […]

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lnternational Day of Action Against Contract Cheating

Published: Monday 18th October 2021

Wednesday 20 October is the Sixth lnternational Day of Action Against Contract Cheating. Bloomsbury Institute is joining schools and universities around the world to stand against the practice of contract cheating. But what is contract cheating? Why are we worried about it? And what are we doing to take part in the IDOA? What is contract […]

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Launchpad – welcoming our academic community back to campus

Published: Wednesday 29th September 2021

On 15 September, our brand-new Launchpad event brought together Bloomsbury Institute staff to re-connect and prepare for the 2021 – 22 academic year. Throughout the day, we explored our values, ethos and ambition – and showed off our new building at 373 Euston Road. Our Managing Director and Academic Principal, John Fairhurst, opened the event by […]

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