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Join us to discuss inclusion, accessibility and academic integrity

Published: Tuesday 21st March 2023

Over the last few months, Bloomsbury Institute has been contributing to a QAA-funded project called ‘Improving student learning by linking inclusion/accessibility and academic integrity‘. We’re very excited to announce that we have a free online launch day event on Thursday 30 March 2023. The event will run 9.30am – 3pm (BST). You can attend all […]

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Tips for students during financial crisis

Published: Tuesday 14th March 2023

We know that students in the UK have been struggling during the cost of living crisis, many have reported skipping meals and working longer hours to get by. According to The Sutton Report, 1 in 4 students are saying financial worries are affecting their ability to complete their degree. Discounts and offers for students Some […]

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St Patrick’s Day

Published: Thursday 9th March 2023

London’s St Patrick’s Day Festivities occur from 10 am on Sunday 12 March. The day will begin with a march from Hyde Park Corner and through Central London culminating with the St Patrick’s Day Festival on Trafalgar Square. The St Patrick’s Day Festival is free to attend, you can learn more about it on the […]

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Applications for KPMG Mentoring Scheme now open!

Published: Friday 10th February 2023

The Bloomsbury Institute KPMG Mentoring Scheme matches later year undergraduate students with an Executive from one of ‘The Big 4’ accounting firms. The programme offers you the unique opportunity to recieve support, advice and encouragement from a KPMG Executive Mentor regarding your future employability. Mentoring takes place over 3 months during which time you will […]

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The Power of Conversation course starts 15 February

Published: Tuesday 31st January 2023

The Power of Conversation is a 4-week online workshop open to all Bloomsbury Institute students. The course is designed to help you master the art of conversation and unlock the many benefits that come with it. Each week, Bloomsbury Institute’s Conversation Specialist, Barra Fitzgibbon, will delve into a different topic to help you progress your […]

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Volunteers wanted to help promote Academic Integrity

Published: Friday 27th January 2023

Do you want to make an impact on academic integrity at Bloomsbury Institute? If you are motivated, approachable and creative, this opportunity is for you! You will be trained as a Student Academic Integrity Champion, helping you develop your leadership and employability skills. Those who take part can also get an enhanced reference from Bloomsbury […]

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NSS 2023 is now open for all final year students

Published: Thursday 19th January 2023

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 £20 Amazon voucher. Take the survey The NSS closes 30 April 2023. What is the National Student Survey? The National Student Survey is an independent, widely recognised survey. It’s completed […]

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End of term dates

Published: Thursday 15th December 2022

Season’s greetings! Please make a note of the following important dates regarding our winter break. Bloomsbury Institute closures Saturday 24th December – Sunday 8th January All Bloomsbury Institute facilities will be closed between these dates. No classes will take place and if you need to contact staff, please expect a delayed response. Birkbeck Library closures […]

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How can we look after our mental health during a time of financial stress?

Published: Thursday 1st December 2022

During a cost-of-living crisis, day-to-day activities can feel overwhelming, and your mental health may be worse than usual. In this post, Togetherall‘s clinical team share some things you can do to ensure you’re keeping well and getting the right support. The current state with the cost of living Inflation, energy bills, rising household costs – […]

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Ain’t No Sunshine

Published: Friday 18th November 2022

Getting out of bed on cold, dark Winter mornings is tough. Your alarm is public enemy number one and snooze your bff. With sunrise later and sunset earlier we’re even commuting in the dark, which let’s face it is never a joy. Days can go by before we wake up to see the sunshine; it’s […]

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